Does your home in Jackson, Mississippi, always feel stuffy or smell bad? Do you find yourself coughing or sneezing at home but not when you’re outside? If you answered yes to either of these questions, chances are you have poor indoor air quality. There are plenty of IAQ devices available to help you combat this comfort and health hazard, including the REME HALO® in-duct air purifier. Read on to learn more about how this device works and its benefits.
How the REME HALO® In-Duct Air Purifier Works
The REME HALO® in-duct air purifier can purify every cubic inch of air that your HVAC system blows into your home. It’s effective at eliminating all three types of indoor pollutants: gases, particulates and microbes. So, how does it work?
A service technician must install the purifier into the supply plenum of your HVAC system’s ductwork. The device works by producing Hydro-Peroxide plasma and distributing it through the air handler, ducts and into your living spaces.
Unlike other IAQ technologies that require pollutants to pass through them to filter the air, the REME HALO® in-duct air purifier proactively purifies them at their source around your home. What’s more, the charged plasma pushes particles to stick together. As a result, it makes them bigger and easier for the HVAC system’s filter to catch. Hydroperoxides are a natural part of the Earth’s atmosphere — essential to nature’s process of cleaning the air.
The Benefits of Installing One in Your Home
- Reduce airborne particulates like dust, dander and pollen.
- Eliminate up to 99 percent of bacteria, viruses and microbial growth.
- Integrates easily with your HVAC system to provide whole-home purification.
- Ease asthma, allergy and other symptoms associated with respiratory illness.
- Prevent odors from pets, cooking, diaper pails, dirty clothes and musty rooms.
Do you want to improve your indoor air quality and lead a healthy life at home? Contact Modern Air at 601-255-9660 for expert help. We offer a range of IAQ solutions to help you breathe easier and sleep better.
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