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Installation & Operation

For more details, read the HEPAir X100 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Guide.

 Download HEPAir X100 Introductory Product Data Sheet

HEPAir X100 combines a fresh, outside air ventilator with energy recovery, an air cleaner using high-efficiency particulate air filtration (HEPA), and a heating and cooling unit into one compact packaged system. The system takes over complete environmental control of a room, managing temperature and high humidity as well as reducing airborne contaminants from such sources as cooking gases, household cleaning products and pet dander.

What is unique about the unit is not the technology itself but rather the combination and orientation of those technologies and components. No chemicals are used and no ozone is created in the process, unlike other competitive products currently on the market.

HEPAir X100 fits into a standard, double-hung window. A specially designed sleeve facilitates installation so little window retrofitting is required. No additional ductwork is needed. HEPAir X100 runs quietly because of a special fan design and because the compressor and condenser are located outside the window.

HEPAir X100’s safety and performance is ETL-certified to Underwriters’ Laboratories and Canadian standards.

Note: All windows are different. These instructions are based on commonly used, double- hung style windows, but may require adaptations based on your particular style and manufacturer of window. Unit may also be installed through an outside wall, with or without the window sleeve.

For more details, read the HEPAir X100 Installation, Operation and Maintenance Guide.

Hepair X100 Installation

Installation sleeve detail as viewed from inside the bedroom.

HEPAir X100 angle bracket

Installation sleeve support as seen from outside the home.

Note: Two-person install recommended.

Side view of install showing compressor and condenser located outside the home.

Side view of install showing compressor and condenser located outside the home.