Air Purifier Repair
Whole Home Air Purification Systems for South Dakota
By combining ozone and ultraviolet technologies, Applied Water Technologies not only reduces many common airborne molds and bacteria in your air ducts, it eliminates common odors and freshens stale air.
Trust us to do the same with your air. Breathe easy with Applied Water Technologies NEW air purification systems. Applied Water Technologies treats residential and small business applications!
Poor indoor air quality can be a problem for many people. So how is the air in your home? Here are some common characteristics of poor air quality:
- Unpleasant pet odors
- Annoying tobacco odors
- Unappetizing cooking odors
- Stale air
- Odors caused by fire damage
- Kitchen and bathroom odors
Applied Water Technologies air purification purifies air throughout the entire home*, using ozone & ultraviolet technology. Better yet, it installs in your ductwork for automatic and silent operation.
Benefits of Applied Water Technologies
- Anti-fungal reduction from mold (Penicillium funculosm) in ducts tested greater than 99.9%
- Anti-bacterial reduction (Serratia marcescens) in ducts tested greater than 98%
- Odor reduction from smoke, pet, musty smells and cooking
- Freshens stale air
- Aluminum Enclosure – lightweight and corrosion resistant
- Integrated airflow sensor allows the unit to operate only when air is flowing
- Electronic ballast specially designed to optimize lamp life and efficiency
- Variable output ozone lamp easily adjusts from .025 to .100 grams per hour
Optimum Safety & Efficiency
The ozone system is designed to react only with odor-causing contaminants that are in the duct system. Prior to entering the living space, the ozone reverts back to oxygen, leaving clean, fresh air in your home.
In a laboratory study, UV light from the Applied Water Technologies system was found to reduce the survival of bacteria in the air by greater than 98%. The study also concluded there were no detectable levels of ozone in the living space. The maximum ozone output of the Applied Water Technologies unit is below the OSHA/EPA regulations for ozone levels in air.