DRI-EAZ HEPA 700 Air Scrubber User Guide

DRI-EAZ HEPA 700 Air Scrubber User Guide

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ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
DRI-EAZ HEPA 700 Air Scrubber User Guide - ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD iconThe unit must be electrically grounded. Use only on GFCI protected receptacles.
Connect to a properly grounded outlet only. Do not cut off the grounding prong. Do not use with an adapter.
Do not use with extension cords.
Do not use with damaged cord or plug. If unit is not working as it should, has been dropped, damaged, left outdoors, or exposed to water, return it to an authorized service center for repair.
Unplug cord from outlet when not in use or when servicing unit.

DRI-EAZ HEPA 700 Air Scrubber User Guide - ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD iconELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
Keep motor and electrical parts dry.
Do not use outdoors. For indoor use only.
Do not handle plug or unit with wet hands.
Do not operate unit in standing water.

DRI-EAZ HEPA 700 Air Scrubber User Guide - BREATHING HAZARD IconBREATHING HAZARD
When using the HEPA 700 in a containment area, turn off all sources of power to open combustion appliances such as fireplaces, boilers, furnaces, water heaters and HVAC systems to avoid the risk of back drafting deadly carbon monoxide fumes.

DRI-EAZ HEPA 700 Air Scrubber User Guide - Warning or Caution iconThis equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

  • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
  • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
  • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected
  • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help

SPECIAL FEATURES

Command Hub Technology
Integrated Command Hub technology with the free Command Center mobile app enables firmware updates and 24/7 monitoring and control to ensure optimal air filtration. (App available soon in Apple and Google Play stores.)

Ducting options
Inlet: 14 in. wire reinforced ducting (purchased separately).
Outlet: 14 in.(diameter) lay flat or wire reinforced ducting (purchased separately) using the provided duct attachment ring. Do not exceed a maximum ducting length of 25 ft. / 7.6 m.

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Setup

  1. Unwrap the cord completely.
  2. Place the HEPA 700 with the handle up. Ensure that neither the inlet nor the outlet are obstructed.
  3. Plug into a standard 115V GFCI-protected outlet.

Parts Identification

DRI-EAZ HEPA 700 Air Scrubber User Guide - Parts Identification

Electrical Outlets
Connect up to eight (8) HEPA 700s on a 15-amp circuit on the lowest speed; four (4) on the highest speed.

COMMAND HUB: HOME
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MAINTENANCE

About the filters
IMPORTANT: Use Legend Brands HEPA 700 filters only (see Filter Options below). Using other filters will reduce filtration effectiveness.

Regularly check and replace the prefilter(s) and HEPA primary filter as needed. Control panel indicates when the HEPA primary filter needs to be replaced. Do not attempt to clean and reuse filters.

NOTICE: When using the HEPA 700 on remediation projects, change BOTH filters after every job. Dispose of contaminated filters per local, state and federal regulations.

Replacing the Prefilter
When using the unit in environments with a high volume of airborne particles, the prefilter should be replaced more frequently to help preserve the life of the HEPA filter.

  1. Lay unit on its back and release the four (4) buckles. Lift off the filter door.
  2. Remove the prefilter from the filter door and discard.
  3. Insert new prefilter into filter door. Ensure that the prefilter is seated properly on the retention tabs.
  4. Replace filter assembly on unit and reattach four buckles.

Filter Option

DRI-EAZ HEPA 700 Air Scrubber User Guide - Filter Options

Changing Filters

DRI-EAZ HEPA 700 Air Scrubber User Guide - Changing Filters

Replacing the HEPA Primary Filter

IMPORTANT: Performance is reduced when a non-Legend Brands primary filter is installed. For maximum filtration performance, use only Legend Brands filters. Do not clean and reuse the HEPA filter. Always replace the prefilter when replacing the HEPA filter.

  1. Lay unit on its back and release the four (4) buckles. Lift off the filter door.
  2. Remove the prefilter from the filter door and discard.
  3. Replace HEPA primary filter, handling it with care, as filter is easily damaged. Do not use a filter that is damaged.
  4. Place new prefilter(s) in filter door. Replace filter cover and lock the four buckles securely.

Regulatory approvals – ATWINC3400-MR210CA modules:

  • United States/FCC ID: 2ADHKWINC3400
  • Canada/ISED:
    • IC: 20266-ATWINC3400
    • HVIN: ATWINC3400-MR210CA
    • PMN: Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Module

For parts and service, contact your local dealer or Legend Brands, 15180 Josh Wilson Rd., Burlington, WA 98233 Live Chat: Info.legendbrands.com | Email: [email protected] | Phone: 800-932-3030

Documents / Resources

DRI-EAZ HEPA 700 Air Scrubber [pdf] User Guide
HEPA 700, Air Scrubber, HEPA 700 Air Scrubber
DRI-EAZ HEPA 700 Air Scrubber [pdf] Owner's Manual
HEPA 700, Air Scrubber, HEPA 700 Air Scrubber
DRI-EAZ HEPA 700 Air Scrubber [pdf] User Guide
HEPA 700 Air Scrubber, HEPA 700, Air Scrubber
DRI-EAZ HEPA 700 Air Scrubber [pdf] User Guide
HEPA 700 Air Scrubber, HEPA 700, Air Scrubber

References

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