Whole House Hepa Air Purifier With Ultraviolet Light is the purifier that keeps you healthy inside and out. It emits negative ions that eliminate airborne particles, germs and allergens from the air. It does this by using ultraviolet light, a natural occurring ultraviolet radiation. If you are sick or experiencing a cold you can simply plug the unit into any wall outlet and it will give you the same fresh air that you would get from a window.
This air purifier works on the same theory as other filters like the HEPA air purifier. The only difference with this one is that it incorporates a carbon filter to trap more dust, pollen and other particles. You can see this through the size of the filter cartridge. It is about twice as large as the most common filters used in filters. Because of the size and filter capacity this system can trap more particles than most other purifiers.
Another thing you can notice is that these filters do not use coil technology like many other air purifiers do. The reason for this is because of the technology they have. Instead of a heating element to warm up the air and generate condensation, this system utilizes an electrostatic charge to keep the air clean. Many other types of filters require coil technology which is much less effective, causes more problems and generally is much less efficient than this electronic air cleaners.
One of the benefits to these electronic air purifiers is that they remove up to 99% of potentially harmful particles from the air. These highly effective systems are able to remove many different forms of contaminants. They are especially effective in removing mold, mildew, dust mites, pollen, bacteria and fungus spores. In addition, it is capable of removing chemicals like herbicides and pesticides from the air. Other pollutants like radon, lead and VOCs are also easily removed.
There are several different kinds of filters used in these electronic air purifiers. The most common is the HEPA filter, which has become the standard for both residential and commercial applications. Many homeowners with air purifying needs choose to use the electronic ionizer instead of a conventional filter. Ionizers use a small electrical charge to attract airborne pollutants and bind them with negatively charged ions. Other technologies utilize electrodialysis and other methods to capture offending contaminants.
A cap whole-house air purification system has several distinct advantages over other types of purifiers. The first advantage is the ability to control the amount of pollutants entering the home. Most air purifiers are on a single-stage system, which means they can only trap and remove pollutants that are inhaled into the home. The ionizer on the other hand can trap multiple pollutants throughout the home.