With all of us in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky more conscious about air quality (and allergies!), we wanted to highlight 5 things you might not know about iWave air purifiers we offer both residential and commercial customers:
iWave is an air purifying device that essentially is installed into your duct air conditioning system. Whenever air passes over the iWave, ions produced by the device reduce pathogens, allergens, particles, smoke and odors in the air. In turn that helps to create a healthy environment where the air is both clean and pure.
So how exactly does that happen? iWave uses patented technology, called needle-point bi-polar ionization—which yes, is quite a mouthful! This special technology creates equal amounts of positive and negative ions. When these ions are injected into the air stream, they break down passing pollutants and gases into harmless compounds like oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen and water vapor, as described by iWave (1).
Many common air purification technologies require ongoing maintenance with bulb/cell replacement every year or two. The problem is that makes the cost and the upkeep of ownership undesirable.
Most iWave models require no ongoing maintenance and have no replacement parts (thanks to iWave-R’s patent-pending self-cleaning design), so you can enjoy years of maintenance-free performance, which is very appealing to most homeowners (1).
Nu-Calgon also offers a three-year limited warranty on iWave products. For a valid warranty claim within three years, proof of purchase and proof of installation by a licensed HVAC or electrical contractor must be provided. You can see full warranty for complete details, and ask us if you have more questions, but the point is that you know you have a quality air purifier when you choose iWave (1).
As described, iWave’s one-of-a-kind technology produces equal amounts of positive and negative ions (combined charge neutral) that react and break down pathogens, allergens, particles, smoke, odors and VOCs in the air. This means your air is more clean but it does this without any harmful byproducts like ozone or unstable ROS (Reactive Oxidation Species) molecules that result in the use of PCO technologies.
For those interest in more about the science: iWave devices use two emitters to create equal amounts of positive and negative ions. When these ions are injected into the air stream, creating a plasma region, they break down passing pollutants and gases into harmless compounds like oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen and water vapor. “When the ions come in contact with viruses, bacteria or mold, they remove the hydrogen molecules from the pathogens. Without hydrogen, the pathogens have no source of energy and will die. The ions also attach to allergens, such as pollen, smoke and other particles, causing them to band together until they are large enough to be caught by filters. iWave’s technology generates the same ions that nature creates with lightning, waterfalls, ocean waves, etc,” as described by iWave on their website.
“Nature uses ion energy to break apart molecules, naturally cleaning the air and producing a healthy environment. The only difference between iWave’s technology and nature is that iWave does it without developing detectable ozone,” they explain. Even third party testing confirms this approach (1).
We’ve talked about how iWave air purifiers install in air conditioning and heating systems, producing no harmful byproducts (like ozone), and most models require no ongoing maintenance or replacement parts, thanks in part to their self-cleaning nature. The effectiveness and desirability of iWave air purifiers make them a fit not just for residential, but also for commercial spaces. That means you can have cleaner, fresher air in your home or office—or both (1).
Now through the end of the year, we’re offering a discounted price of $650 for installation of the iWave Air Purifier to clean your air effectively and efficiently.
Terms and conditions apply for this coupon, and it’s not valid with any other offers. Contact Greater Comfort today to see if you qualify or call 859-491-4915 now.
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