Air Purification System – AirMaster Ultra

airmasterultraHave you ever thought about the quality of the air your family breathes at home? According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the air quality in the average home can be 4 to 40 times as dirty as the air outside. And considering how much time your family spends indoors, you owe it to yourself to learn more about the Airmaster Ultra, an air purification system that cleans and freshens air throughout your entire home.

Using natural, light-based processes ultraviolet (UV) and ozone, the Airmaster Ultra reduces odors from pets, cooking and other household sources, leaving behind fresh, clean air. It also reduces many common airborne bacteria and molds.

Function

Cleans and freshens the air in your home by sterilizing or killing many contaminants and neutralizing unwanted odors.

Performance

Uses two safe and time-tested technologies: the ultraviolet (UV) light kills many airborne bacteria and molds that contribute to household allergies; the specially designed ozone lamp effectively neutralizes problem odors from pets, cooking and other household sources. Operational status is easily determined at a glance with LED indicators.
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Economy

Uses special nonfilament UV lamps that last three times longer than a standard filament lamp. Unit draws just 47 watts-using less power than a standard light bulb.

Fail-Safe Features

Automatic airflow sensor allows the unit to operate only when air is flowing from your furnace or air conditioning system.

Reliability

The only maintenance required is periodically changing the lamps, a service performed by your RainSoft dealer.

How an AirMaster Ultra works:

AirMaster Ultra UV/Ozone

AirMaster Ultra UV/Ozone

Mechanical Air Filter

Mechanical Air Filter

Understanding Air Purification

You may be familiar with air filtration products, but the Airmaster Ultra is actually an air purifier. The diagrams below help explain the difference. Air filters are also called “mechanical filters.” They work by trapping particles that are too large to pass through.

They collect larger particles, but may not be as effective for many smaller particles. The filters must be changed on a regular basis, as they fill up with the collected debris (much like the bag in a vacuum cleaner).

Air purifiers, on the other hand, actually sterilize or kill most contaminants. Both UV and ozone are purification methods. In the Airmaster Ultra, when air passes through the UV light zone , most airborne bacteria and molds are killed. From there the air passes by the ozone lamp, where remaining odors are neutralized. The process happens continuously and silently as your furnace runs, and there are no messy filters to change.

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