Electronic Air Cleaner can improve the indoor air quality as well as the performance of heating and cooling system. Electronic Air Cleaners trap and filter up to 99%* of airborne particles passing through the system to make sure cleaner air is distributed to all rooms in a house. When this air goes through these air cleaners, the pre-filter traps the majority of the large particles. Electronic Air Cleaners are provided with polarization technology that effectively removes mold spores, bacteria, smoke and carcinogenic particles that other filtration systems will not easily stop.
Polarized-Media Electronic Air Cleaners use an active electronically-enhanced media to combine elements of both electronic air cleaners and passive mechanical filters. Most Polarized-Media Electronic Air Cleaners convert 24 volt current to safe DC voltage to establish the polarized electric field. Airborne particles become polarized as they pass through the electric field and adhere to a disposable fiber media pad. Ultra-fine particles (UFPs) that are not collected on their initial pass through the media pad are polarized and agglomerate to other particles, odor and VOC molecules and are collected on subsequent passes. The efficiency of Polarized-Media Electronic Air Cleaners increases as they load, providing high efficiency filtration with air resistance typically equal to or less than passive filters. Polarized-media technology is non-ionizing which means no Ozone is produced.
That’s why many people are now investing in electronic air cleaners, to treat the air in their homes and minimize pollutants.