Our air purifiers can help drastically reduce many health risks through state-of-the-art photocatalytic oxidation (PCO) technology. To stay healthy, we pay close attention to what is in the food we eat and the water we drink, but why not the quality of the air we breathe? It’s often an afterthought, but the air we breathe both indoors and out can directly impact our health, quality of life, and state of mind.
In today’s increasingly congested communities, the quality of our air is becoming a rising concern. What’s more, is that the quality of the air INSIDE your home or office is often worse than the air outside. Poor indoor air quality can lead to an increased occurrence of respiratory problems like allergies, asthma, or COPD.
Many triggers can be lurking in the home; the bathroom can harbor mold and mildew; the living room can have animal hair, dust, dander, or smoke; and your bedroom could be contaminated with VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) from furniture, household cleaners, paint, carpet, air fresheners, and perfumes. Use our PCO air purifiers to rid your home of viruses, bacteria, allergens, odors, and other volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as formaldehyde and benzene.
Rather than just relying on air passing through the unit as most air purifiers do, our PCO reactor air purifiers actively disperse air cleaning molecules into the surrounding environment to attack and destroy contaminants and toxins throughout your home, office, and even car. Our air purifiers are safe for use around people and pets.
Research has shown that when air quality is improved, the overall quality of life increases through higher productivity, fewer sick days, and sharper focus. Protect the air we breathe inside our home, workspaces, and other, more public locations to minimize the risk of potential widespread illnesses. Take a deep breath and see what makes our PCO units a good choice for cleaner indoor air.
Our air purifier units utilize active photocatalytic oxidation technology (PCO) in which UV light activates a PCO coated honeycomb structure. The air purification units do not rely on air passing through the unit, but actively disperse air cleaning molecules into the surrounding environment. The PCO air treatment system unit actively outputs a continuous stream of multi-clustered ions which attack and destroy contaminants and pathogens throughout the indoor environment. The process is known as active photocatalytic oxidation and it’s safe for both humans and animals.
PCO air purification units substantially reduce viruses, bacteria, odors, smoke, and mold both in the air, as well as on surfaces, which is something that passive air treatment devices, like HEPA filters and passive UV lamps, cannot do. The UV light activates the coating to create molecules capable of decomposing pathogens, nitrous oxides (NOx), carbon monoxide (CO), allergens, odors, and other volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as formaldehyde and benzene.
Optional: All 200 Series In-Duct Units are available with an optional VariFlow Green Switch, an HVAC fan speed control switch that continues to run the fan at 35% of its normal speed in the central air conditioning and heating system when the heating and cooling functions are off. The fan itself costs hardly anything to run and uses the residual energy in the coil and/or heating unit. It operates quietly in most systems and keeps air treatment optimized at all times.