IsolationAir® Portable Contamination Control System for AIIR

IsolationAir® is a portable contamination control system ideal for hospitals, extended care facilities, and emergency preparedness centers. This system maintains a sterile environment in an isolated room, which prevents cross-contamination throughout the rest of the facility— creating a better environment for patients and staff.

IsolationAir is equipped with on-board HEPA filtration, UV sterilization, and ductwork connections. This system is capable of quickly converting a standard-sized patient room into a negative or positive pressure environment. IsolationAir helps hospitals meet and address Capability 4 Medical Surge Objective 2 in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response:

  • Activity #9 Enhance Infectious Disease Preparedness & Surge Response
  • Activity #6 Provide Burn Care during a Medical Surge Response
  • Activity #1 Develop Emergency Department and Inpatient Medical Surge Capacity and Capability
  • [Ensure Immediate Bed Availability by rapidly… using non-traditional spaces;
  • Critical Care: rapidly expand capacity by adapting… areas for critical care]

Call for pricing (315) 452-7414.

U.S. Government organizations can purchase IsolationAir systems through Franklin Young International (SDVOSB), GSA # GS-07F-0636W or ECAT # SPE2DE-21-D-0014. Non-government organizations should contact us directly.

Leasing Options Available.

SKU: 99H0065-01 Category:


Beyond the Basics – Achieving Contamination Control in Critical Spaces


Combining known technologies into an easy-to-deploy portable unit

  • HEPA filtration for airborne particulate removal via recirculated air
  • Ultraviolet C (UVC) light to aide in sterilizing airborne viruses and bacteria trapped in the HEPA filter
  • Pressure control either negative or positive
    • Airborne Infection Isolation Rooms (COVID-19, TB, SARS, smallpox, etc.) require negative pressure
    • Protective Environments (burn, immuno-suppressed) require positive pressure
  • Temperature control – the room becomes isolated from the central system
  • Only air having passed through both UVC and HEPA filtration will be returned to hospital HVAC

IsolationAir® meets CDC, AIA and ASHRAE guidelines for new or renovation

  • 12 air changes per hour via HEPA filters
  • Each IsolationAir unit conditions rooms up to 375 sqft with an 8’ ceiling
  • Pressure differential of 0.01” minimum between room and adjoining spaces
    (May require additional seals around doors or other significant leak points in large rooms with poorly sealed doors)
  • Continuous operation when plugged into emergency generator outlet
  • Provides stable temperature control for patient comfort
  • Originally designed to meet the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ critical benchmarks:
    • Critical Benchmark #2-2: Surge Capacity: Isolation Capacity
    • Critical Benchmark #2-9: Surge Capacity: Trauma and Burn Care
    • Cross-cutting Critical Benchmark #6: Preparedness for Pandemic Influenza

Download the Full Data Sheet*

View SUNY Upstate Test Data 

View Testing for Usage in Surge Capacity Hospital Rooms Study

View Portable Surge Capacity Testing at BIC Report

View Portable Surge Capacity Testing at BIC Poster

View Air Innovations and the CARES Act Reimbursement Program Page


Airborne Infection Isolation Rooms (AIIR) (Negative Pressure Setup) 

Negative pressure room

Protective Environments (Positive Pressure Set Up)

Positive pressure rooms with isolationAir unit