REME HALO UV Light Air Purifier
The award-winning REME HALO entire home in-duct air purifier is the next generation of indoor air quality (IAQ) technology and capable of filtering every cubic inch of air that your central air conditioning system reaches. Designed to reduce sick building complex risks by reducing smells and air pollutants, the REME HALO UV air purifier is the best answer for the entire house and building air purifying.
Designed to recreate nature’s method of purifying the air; it’s like bringing new outdoor air within without ever having to open your windows. And it’s effective against all three classes of indoor air pollutants: Particulates, Microbial, and Gases.
You can quickly subdue common allergy triggers from particulates such as pollen, mold spores, dander, and dust. You are thoroughly tested on airborne and surface bacteria & viruses, such as MRSA, e-coli, and Norwalk, to mention a few. Declare goodbye to smells from cooking, pets, filthy socks, diaper pails, and dusty rooms.
Ultra Violet Light Air Purification
How it works:
The REME HALO UV air purifier utilizes RGF’s proprietary Reflective Electro Magnetic Energy technology. Installed into some supply plenum of your current air conditioning or heating system air ducts, the REME HALO UV air purifier produces Hydro-Peroxide plasma that is distributed through the air handler, into the duct system and the air-conditioned living space. Unlike passive air technologies, which require pollutants to pass through the unit to purification or filtration, the REME HALO UV air purifier sweeps through your home, actively purifying pollutants at the source. Also, the energized plasma produces particles to thicken or stick together, making them more extensive and more convenient for your filter to catch. Hydroperoxides occur freely in the earth’s atmosphere and are part of nature’s method of purifying the air.
Innovations in UV Light Air Purification
The redesigned and improved REME HALO, UV HVAC unit, features more compelling ionized hydroperoxide output, which provides more effective kill rates for microbial contaminants in the air as well as on coverings. The higher output also lowers more particulates of the environment, bringing relief to those who suffer from allergies and other respiratory issues. Now with immediate release innovations for the cell and protection for faster cell replacement and an adaptable shroud for customization of the high-level oxidation plasma product.
UV lights for air purification
If individuals in your home have severe allergies or asthma, you might want to take things a step further. Some UV light purifiers are designed to purify indoor air comprehensively. One component: the media filter dipped in charcoal and an integrated UV lamp within the filtration apparatus.
Mold spores? Those are gone. This is the beginning. UV purifiers also get rid of odors and dangerous vapors while drastically reducing overall air toxicity.
They’re made to prevent mold and bacteria out of your air no matter what.
The one we usually install is the REME HALO UV air purification system. We fix it in much the identical way we’d install a media filter. The difference is that the filtration housing also comprises UV light. Then you get a MERV 16 filter and mold/bacteria expulsion all in one unit.
To be sure, not everyone needs a system this robust. UV lights on the indoor coil are nearly always a great idea, but air purifying systems are mostly for people who are susceptible to biological contaminants.
If you need one of these systems, you probably know it – especially if you’re still suffering after installing UV lights! When correctly installed and managed, these systems can provide extraordinary allergy and asthma remedies.
Choose the UV lighting system that delivers results!
UV lights can be a significant IAQ upgrade after you install a media filter. Once again, other things you should consider doing before installing UV lights include:
- Sealing your ductwork to prevent the circulation of attic or crawlspace air
- Performing a whole-home assessment to see if the wind is entering your home from unwanted areas, like your attic
- Changing or washing your air filters per manufacturer instructions
- Controlling humidity with variable speed HVAC equipment or a whole-house dehumidifier (assuming it’s already time for an equipment upgrade)
You want to arrest as much particulate matter as imaginable while also decreasing the humidity inside your house. Do these things, and you might answer your IAQ problem without UV lights! And if you do still need UV lights, they won’t need to work as tough to keep your air clean.
Note: It is recommended to contact your preferred air conditioning repair company
Contact All Time Air Conditioning today to learn about all of our limited sales and promotions on REME HALO UV Air Purification Systems.
Give us a call at (561)777-9888