According to the Environmental Protection Agency, people spend, on average, up to 90% of their time indoors. If you’re going to spend this much time in your Bath, PA, house, you want the air you breathe to be free of contaminants. One way to ensure cleaner indoor air is to install an air purification system like the Infinity Air Purifier and UV light technology.
How Air Purification Systems Work
All air purification systems eliminate allergens, pollutants, and other toxins to some degree that affect your home’s indoor air quality (IAQ). They also sanitize the air to make it cleaner, removing bacteria and viruses. However, not all air purifiers are the same. Portable room air purifiers only clean the air in small spaces, while other air purification systems like the Infinity Purifier work in line with your home’s HVAC system. If you want one system that cleans the air throughout your entire home, an in-line system is the best choice.
Features of the Infinity Air Purifier
This quality purifier uses Captures & Kills™ technology and has the ability to trap up to 99% of airborne particulates and three pathogens. Once the pollutants are trapped inside the filter, an electrical charge attacks the pathogens’ cell walls. The Infinity system has a Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value (MERV) of 15. The higher the MERV rating, the better the filter is at removing small particles down to 0.3 microns. The highest available MERV rating is 16.
Some people are concerned about the buildup of contaminants inside their HVAC system near the coils. The coils create condensation which can be a breeding ground for accumulating mold and bacteria. One way to combat excessive buildup is to use UV lamps. Carrier UV lamps are compatible with the brand’s Infinity system and are installed near the coil and drain pan to combat any buildup problem.
Are you ready to breathe cleaner air at home? Check out Sullivan Oil & Propane’s indoor air solutions online, or give us a call to learn more about improving your home’s IAQ.