Photocatalyst Air Purifiers

Photocatalyst air purifiers have many benefits and may contribute to one’s respiratory health and overall air quality. A photocatalytic air purifier is a specialized air filtration device using advanced technology. Air Oasis is proud to be among the first in the industry to bring you this bold new innovation, which is based on research from NASA and has been developed as a compact, efficient filter for residential and commercial use. Once you’ve tried a photocatalyst purifier, you’ll accept nothing less.

How Do Our Air Sanifiers® Differ From Ordinary Air Filters for Indoor Air Quality?

Our photocatalytic air purifier makes use of a technology called AHPCO, or advanced hydrated photocatalytic oxidation. This type of filter focuses intense UV light onto a patent-pending catalyst known as an AHPCO catalyst. The interaction of broad-spectrum UV light with our catalyst produces one of the most potent oxidation effects available. Oxidizers released by the process are 100% safe, unlike the oxidizers generated by ozone-based air filters.

What Happens Once AHPCO Oxidizers Are Released?

Our cutting-edge photocatalytic oxidation air purifier products are not just safer than the alternative; they also help eliminate a broad range of aerial pollutants. Removing indoor air pollution enhances quality of life in residences and the productivity of businesses. When indoor air quality degrades, a number of symptoms can potentially be felt. Respiratory and sinus issues are prevalent in many buildings without an air purification system, especially large buildings that rely on centralized HVAC systems.

Once AHPCO oxidizers are released, they immediately begin to eradicate dozens of indoor air irritants. These include such things as mold, bacteria, and viruses. The oxidizers generated by our process do not remain in the air indefinitely. Instead, oxidizers convert back into oxygen and hydrogen once they have done their work of neutralizing odors and eliminating pollution. The oxidizers also help to sanitize indoor surfaces.

All About the nano Induct, the Leading Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) System

Our whole-house photocatalytic air purifier is the nano Induct. This purifier is mounted directly on the ducts of your HVAC system. Because it combines with your HVAC, which serves as the “lungs” of your building, it can filter all areas that your HVAC system services. The nano Induct PCO air purifier is much more convenient and efficient than single-room desktop purifiers. You may achieve significant energy savings by retiring your portable filter fleet in favor of this centralized solution. The innovative technology behind the nano Induct was pioneered at NASA. Air Oasis is one of the market leaders in operationalizing this technology for corporate campuses, multi-unit housing facilities, skyscrapers, and other large structures.

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The Benefits of Photocatalytic Technology for Commercial and Residential Use

Advanced photocatalytic air filters help you enhance productivity by radically improving air quality, reducing odors, and destroying microscopic particles that can lead to illness. This, in turn, can have a measurable effect when preventing illness from disrupting the workplace. Buildings using HVAC are at significant risk of low air quality if no purifier is used, resulting in headaches, difficulty breathing, and other distractions. Photocatalytic technology goes a step beyond air filters you might have used in the past due to its ability to attack mold, viruses, and bacteria in the air and on surfaces. This capability is all but unique to an AHPCO UV air purifier and cannot be expected from competitors.

Buy Today and Breathe Better With the Best AHPCO UV Air Purifier

You’ll breathe easier when your nano Induct is at work. Whether you have an office, a sterile research site, or a hectic industrial business with a number of pollutants, the nano Induct can help. Deploying technology like this can be a big decision. An Air Oasis associate would be happy to assist you. To reach out, please refer to the Contact Us form.

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