Ever notice how you can breath better when you are on a mountain vacation, or at the ocean, or viewing a gorgeous waterfall?
All of these environments contain highly ionized air. What if you could create that environment at home?
There are several reasons the United States Environmental Protection Agency says indoor air is over twice as polluted as outside air.
Today, homes are built more efficient and constructed tighter.
Plus, since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are spending over 90% of our time indoors, making our home air quality a top priority.
Our homes are susceptible to VOC’s (volatile organic compounds), including gases emitted from common household items.
Examples are paints, varnishes, carpet, air-fresheners, cosmetics, cooking products and burning wood.
Bacteria, pathogens, and allergens exist in our homes, as well as mold spores.
Phenomenal Aire uses cold plasma technology to remove these common air pollutants and improve our home air-quality.
R & B Climate Control is here to help answer any questions you may have about indoor air quality products for your home.
How Does Phenomenal Aire Cold-Plasma Generator Work for your Charlotte or Rock Hill Home?
Phenomenal Aire’s patented technology creates a plasma field in your duct work to filter and molecularity change the composition of the bad air-quality particles through its needlepoint bi-polar ionization process.
It is like electrolysis of the air you breathe.
The charged ions pass through the plasma field causing allergens such as dust, pollen, dander and dead mold spores to stick together.
As more of the like particles stick together, they grow in size.
Pollen particles attach to other pollen particles. Dust particles attach to other dust particles.
This is called agglomeration.
As a result, the larger particles are caught by your existing air filter. Oftentimes, homeowners will see dirt and dust build up on their return air filters quicker than normal.
This is good! That means the product is doing its job!
Other Benefits For Your Home in Charlotte, NC
Phenomenal Air will increase your existing air-filtration’s performance.
Since the larger particles are much easier to trap on your existing filtration, subsequently, raising the efficiency of your air filter.
If you currently use a MERV-8 FILTER, by complimenting your HVAC system with the cold-plasma device, you will improve your filter efficiency to that of a MERV-13.
The device breaks down odor molecules preventing “dirty sock syndrome,” that mildew smell from moisture, dust, and dirt build up in your HVAC system.
Phenomenal Aire can decrease static-electricity, because the electrons which cause static become bonded to ions, as a result, the larger particles are easier to filter out.
Since we spend so much of our lives in our homes, why wouldn’t you want the best air-quality possible? Contact us now to learn more.
Phenomenal Aire Versus Other IAQ Solutions in Indian Land, SC
The Ionization module is mounted externally on your duct work. It can be installed on the supply or return air side. This provides installation options other products may not.
It requires only a few tools for installation.
Some homeowners have UV lights installed inside the duct work to control mold and mildew.
However, these only work if the bad particles land directly on the cooling coil.
This solution does not filtrate the air and those bulbs are expensive to replace.
Other brands claim to create peroxide ions which kill mold, bacteria and viruses.
However, research indicates this could create even more harmful toxins in our homes.
Phenomenal Aire is one of the only indoor air-quality devices proven NOT to produce ozone emissions.
In July 2020, an independent test conducted by Innovative Bio-analysis concluded Phenomenal Aire’s technology reduces Corona-virus bacteria by over 90%!
Here is the latest testing data from October of 2020.
When your family’s healthy and safety are at stake, Phenomenal Aire is an affordable way to clean the air you breathe.
For more information on how to improve the air quality in your home, please contact us at R & B Climate Control in Fort Mill, SC.