(High Efficiency Particle Arresting) Filter
widely known method for purifying air. Depending on the filter size,
it can clean up to 99.99% of particulate in the air with proper
ventilation. They are not effective on treating mold, mildew,
bacteria, and other fungi.
filtration system with a negatively charged surface is used to attract
particulate. In comparison to most HEPA systems it is more effective
in trapping smaller micron particulate and effective in clearing smoke
from the air. Low levels of ozone may be produced which can neutralize
most mold, mildew, bacteria, and other fungi that comes in contact
with the filter.
uses a negatively charged surface to produce and expels an abundance
of negative ions and cause suspended particles to cling to walls,
floors, and other surfaces . Most ionizers are effective in settling
dust and particulate out of our breathing space.
is a very powerful oxidizer that will neutralize odors, mold, mildew,
bacteria, and other fungi. This technology is commonly used in flood
and fire restoration. Ozone is found to be effective because it works
on the problem at the source and air does not have to be pulled
through the unit for treatment.
used for disinfecting purposes. This technology is effective in
sterilizing air and surfaces that come in contact with the UV light.
UV has been proven in both air and water applications to inactivate
bacteria and viruses to prevent them from reproducing.
light to react with a catalyst resulting in oxidation. This is found
to be effective in destroying mold, mildew, bacteria, other fungi,
dust mites, and many odors. This technology is produced with an
Ozone/UV lamp set in a variety of combinations. When this type of
photocatalysis is combined with the natural humidity in indoor air it
creates hydroxyl radicals and super oxide ions that are effective in
combating bacteria, fungi and VOC. This method is also a pro-active
approach that goes to the source for treatment.