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Contact our Customer Solutions Ninjas to help you determine the right amount of units for your space. You should aim to have the highest ACH (air changes per hour) as possible.
No. Our unit draws 65W. Depending on local electricity rates, it could cost an additional $1-2 on your monthly bill.
1600 hours. Assuming it is used for 180 school days and it is run for the school day only versus 24 hours a day, the filters would last about 1 year.
Our unit pulls air in from two sides, so if you’re placing it in a corner or against a wall, leave 20” of space around each side.
We suggest wearing a mask and gloves while handling the filters. When possible, change filters outdoors and wrap in a plastic bag.
Vacuuming the filters can potentially damage them and reduce efficacy, however, you can and should vacuum the filter covers if they become covered in dust.
We recommend using a clean cloth with a disinfectant for non-porous surfaces and wipe the product down. Alternatively, a clean, dampened cloth with hot soapy water works too. Use a clean cloth for drying. Please avoid any electrical components. Spot test with cleaner in a small spot prior to using.
Humidity can affect 3D printer filament. The majority of filament materials attract water molecules in the air and absorb it, some more than others. If enough moisture is absorbed into the filament, it could affect how well your 3D prints turn out. It can even lead to a failed print. In order to reduce the absorption of water by your filament, it is recommended that you store filament in a sealed container. Common DIY solutions include re-sealable bags and the inclusion of Silica gel to absorb any moisture within the bag or container.
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How to synchronize your devices.
Please see our complete Self-Regulation Classroom Cruiser FAQ document.
Our products are exclusively available through our dealer network and we do not sell directly. Visit our Where to Buy page to locate a dealer near you.
Please contact the dealer from which the item was purchased.
Please save all packaging and cartons if your shipment has been damaged. If you have a Copernicus Educational Products ‘packing slip’, please contact us for further instructions as soon as possible. Phone our Customer Solutions Ninjas at (800) 267-8494 or e-mail email@example.com. If your packing slip is from a dealer, please contact them for further instructions.
All of our accessories are available for purchase through a dealer. If the dealer you use does not carry the item you are looking for, please contact our Customer Solutions Ninjas to connect you with a dealer that does.
Please contact the dealer from which the item was purchased. However, should you encounter any problems, please contact us immediately and we will do our best to help you.
Please check our Whiteboard Tips and Tricks page for suggestions. If you have any further difficulty, please contact our Customer Solutions Ninjas.
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