Cleanspace Launches New Low-Profile HEPA Filter for Cleanspace2

March 19, 2018

CleanSpace Technology, a global manufacturer of powered air purifying respiratory protection, today announced the NIOSH approval (#TC-21C-1065) and immediate availability of a new low-profile HEPA filter for its revolutionary CleanSpace2 respirators.  The new low-profile assembly with the more compact filter is just 1.2 lbs. and represents a 30% reduction in size compared to CleanSpace2 with the high capacity filter, but with the same high performance worker protection. 

“We are very excited about the low-profile HEPA filters and the new CleanSpace2 assembly now being available in the U.S.  Based on customer feedback, size, mobility and safety remain top priorities and CleanSpace2 certainly meets these needs across the board,” commented Alex Birrell, CEO at CleanSpace Technology. “The CleanSpace2 now offers a more compact and lighter profile, which is ideal for increased mobility, heavy use, high heat and other challenging work environments and fits very comfortably under welding helmets and other safety equipment.”

The new low profile HEPA filter is fully compatible with existing CleanSpace2 systems.  More information about the CleanSpace2 is available on the CleanSpace web site. A video of the low profile HEPA filter for CleanSpace2 is also available.

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