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Air Technology Supplies                                           
Understanding different types of purification: There are essentially two ways to purify air – active and passive. Passive purification uses traditional methods ranging from simple open weave furnace filters to extremely restrictive HEPA filtration designed to help control things like pet dander and dust. Activated carbon may be also be added to filters for odor reduction. Active purification may include both high intensity UV light to reduce biological contaminants and odor-causing bacteria, and ionization technology for controlling particles and tobacco smoke. Many air purification systems use variations and combinations of these technologies to increase their effectiveness in certain situations. The main thing to remember is that passive purification works on the air passing through the machine while active purification works out in the living environment. Try to pick the right combination for your lifestyle.


RCI Cell FreshAir

Cell


Remote control for FreshAir
 
remote
 


Lint screen for use with FreshAir Surround (2.1)
Screen
   
 

    
EcoHelp FIlter for Classic Air purifier (7in. x 6.5in. x 2.5in.) XL15  
 
EcoHelp
  

    

Single Ozone
Plate

            
FreshAir Hepa (Gemini) Remote control for the operation of the FreshAir Heap Unit
Remote
 
FreshAir HEPA (Gemini) Annual Maintenance Pack Pack includes:1 Pre filter 1 Hepa 2 UV bulbs
Pack




12 Pack Optional Pre Filter
Pad