Austin Healthmate and Austin Healthmate Junior Air Cleaners
Odors removed by Austin Healthmate and Austin Healthmate Junior Air Cleaners

Users Guide for Odors Removed
by Austin HealthMate Air Filters

Many of the classifications are rather general, so it was necessary to pick a typical or average condition. The odor index for a specific situation could vary somewhat from that given in the table if special circumstances apply.

The capacity index has the following meaning:

A Locations that contain the lowest amount of odor
B Locations that contain more odor than A
C Locations that contain more odor than B
D Locations that contain the highest amount of odor

C Adhesive manufactoring plants C Air conditioning systems C Aircraft
B Airline terminals D Air raid shelters B Amusement places
D Animal rooms A Apartment buildings A Apartments
C Apple storage B Art studios C Athletic clubs
D Atomic processes B Auditoriums C Automobiles
B Banks C Bank counting rooms C Bank safe deposit departments
D Bank vaults C Banquet rooms C Barber shops
C Bars C Basements B Bathrooms
C Beauty shops A Bedrooms B Binderies
D Biological processes B Bomb shelters B Book stacks
C Breweries C Buses B Bus terminals
B Cafeterias B Canneries C Central air conditioning systems
D Chemical laboratories D Chemical plants D Chemical storage
D Chlorine manufacture A Churches B Circulating fans
B Circulating systems C Clinics B Closets
C Club houses D Coating processes C Cocktail lounges
C Cold storage plants D Collective protection shelters B Commercial establishments
C Conference rooms C Conventions B Corridors
C Creameries C Crowded rooms C Dairies
C Darkrooms D Decalcomania production B Department stores
C Dentists offices B Dining rooms B Display parlors
C Distilleries C Doctors' offices B Drafting rooms
B Dressing rooms C Drugs stores C Dry cleaning plants
B Educational institutions B Electrical installations C Elevators
D Embalming rooms C Enclosed spaces C Engine rooms
B Equipment rooms C Examination rooms D Exhaust hoods
C Factories B Federal offices C Fermentation plants
D Fertilizer plants C Fish markets C Five-and-dime stores
C Food processing A Forced air furnaces C Fruit storages
C Funeral homes C Game rooms D Garbage disposal plants
A Gravity return furnaces B Greenhouses B Grocery stores
C Grills A Homes C Hospitals
B Hotels B Hotel rooms C Incinerators
C Individual cubicles C Industrial kitchens B Industrial offices
B Institutions B Instrument rooms B Jewelry stores
C Kitchens D Kitchen exhausts D Laboratories
C Laundries D Leather processing B Libraries
D Linoleum plants C Live poultry rooms A Living rooms
B Lobbies C Locker rooms B Lounges
C Lunch counters B Maintenance departments C Manufacturing plants
C Mausoleums D Meat packing plants C Meat markets
C Meat storage B Metal industries C Military equipment
B Military installations C Mixed cold storage C Morgues
B Motels C Motion picture studios B Municipal offices
B Museums D New processes C Night clubs
D Nuclear processes B Nurseries C Odor barriers
B Offices C Office buildings C Officers' clubs
D Oilcloth production C Operating rooms D Paint department
C Paint  plants C Penal institutions C Personnel protection
C Pet shops C Pharmaceutical plants C Photo dark rooms
C Photographic industry C Photographic studios B Planes
C Plastics manufacturing C Plating shops D Pollution control
C Poultry processing C Poultry sales rooms C Prescription departments
C Printing plants B Private offices C Processing laboratories
C Processing rooms D Projection booths C Public assembly rooms
B Public buildings C Public toilets D Pulp and paper plants
C Radio studios C Railway cars B Railway stations
B Reading rooms B Reception rooms B Recovery room, hospital
C Recreation rooms C Refineries C Refrigerated show cases
D Rendering plants C Refrigerators C Research plants
C Reservation offices A Residences D Resin manufacturing
B Restrooms B Restaurants C Restaurant kitchens
A Retail shop D Rubber plants B Rumpus rooms
B Sales rooms B Sample rooms C Schools
C Service departments C Sewage disposal plants D Sewer vents
C Show cases C Sick rooms B Silverware manufacturing
C Soap manufacture B Soda fountains C Specialty shops
B State institutions B Steamships B Stock rooms
B Storage spaces B Stores C Studios
B Stuffy rooms B Super markets C Surgical rooms
B Switchboards rooms C Tanneries D Tar processing
C Taverns C Telephone booths C Telephone exchanges
C Television studios C Test cubicles B Theaters
C Theater lobbies C Theater lounges B Ticket booths
C Toilets B Trains B Train reservation offices
C Undertakers B Unit air coolers C Untidy rooms, hospital
C Unventilated spaces D Varnish manufacturer C Vegetable storage
D Vent systems C Vestibules C Veterinary hospitals
B Waiting rooms C Wards, hospital B Warehouses
D Waste treatment plants B Window ventilators B Wood working plants
C Work rooms C X-Ray darkrooms B Yachts
C Youth clubs C Zoological gardens    


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