Give Them Every Opportunity to Succeed
The federal government recently allocated millions of dollars for schools to upgrade facilities, emphasizing the need for better HVAC system filtration to improve air purity inside buildings. Ionization is the best value air cleaner that exists. Don’t miss your opportunity to invest in clean air and better health.
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ultraPURE ion generators reduce and eliminate bacteria, odors, and allergens from pollutants such as COVID-19 and other viruses, mold spores, radon, cigarettes/cigars, pollen, animal dander, cooking oils, cleaning products, and materials/fabrics.
ultraPURE devices are easy to install and require next-to-no maintenance, unlike less desirable air cleaners such as UV bulbs that are fragile and costly, or HEPA filters that need constant replacing and maintenance. Additionally, ultraPURE ion generators are warrantied for two full years.
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ultraPURE ionization devices do not produce harmful ozone and are certified to meet CARB certification, UL 867 (safety standard) and UL 2998 (no ozone production standard).
Sound Too Good to Be True? Here’s What the Experts Have to Say
Recently negative ionization has been tested by independent accredited laboratories to determine the effectiveness of ionization in eliminating a variety of airborne pathogens, including coronavirus. Results show:
The compact ion generator is a great solution for cleaning the air in multiple rooms. The generator can be installed in any residential or commercial air handling unit (AHU) and can clean up to 2,500 CFM of air in standard air conditions.
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The Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) sensor is designed to work hand-in-hand with the ionization blocks to demonstrate air is clean of harmful VOCs. The device shows parents, staff, and students that air has been purified from harmful substances.
Good Indoor Air Quality Improves Children’s Health and Comfort
A 1000 part per million (ppm) increase above ambient levels of CO2, has been linked to a 10 – 20% increase in absenteeism.