Use activated carbon for the adsorption of volatile chemicals and harmful gases and their removal from the environment. The activated carbon is quite capable of removing smaller molecules, but may remain ineffective against large sized contaminating particles. To combat this problem, they are used in combination with other filter technology such as HEPA filters and ULPA filters for maximum filtration efficiency.
The highly efficient HEPA filters trap these microbial cells and effectively remove them from the air circulation. They physically entrap the particulate matters as the air circulates through them, removing particles as small as 0.3 microns with around 99.97% efficiency. The HEPA filters used in our air cleaners display a higher rate of efficiency, removing even 0.1 micron sized particles with around 99.99% efficiency.
Air cleaners also use aluminum static plasma filters that combine the properties of passive mechanical filters as well as electronic air cleaners. They contain a supercharged negative ionization filter and a positive charged electrostatic filter. The combination leads to the formation of a static electric field that causes ionization of the air borne contaminants and their neutralization and subsequent removal from the air circulation. The contaminants that are not destroyed due to ionization are trapped by the electrostatic filter. The aluminum filters are completely washable and reusable, therefore they also help in reducing the cost of operation.
Equipped with pollution sensors, including odor sensors and particulate sensors, for the detection of harmful gases and contaminating particles in the indoor air. The pollution status of the indoor air is displayed in red/yellow/blue on an LCD display. Our air cleaner units are also provided with LED indicators and alarms for UV replacement, HEPA filter replacement and electric static plasma filter cleaning for increased efficiency of the equipment. They feature an in-built integrated circuit for selecting the auto mode, allowing automatic or manual operation of the equipment and setting of the timer and air sensors.