Not sure about your home’s air quality? Ask yourself these questions about your home's environment:
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you’ll want the 24/7 active air cleaning power of an air scrubber — a device that hospitals use to keep their air clean.
If you’re ready to protect your family with the air purifying ability of an air scrubber, contact us online to learn more or to get it professionally installed.
An air scrubber is a filtration device that removes particles, gases and chemicals from the air in your home. They actively draw air in from the surrounding environment and pass it through a series of filters to remove contaminants.
The air scrubber we install is the activTek INDUCT 2000, which is installed into your air duct system to clean a home’s air environment up to 2000 square feet.
Most home air cleaners can only passively clean your air of one type of airborne pollutant (particles, gases or chemicals).
But the activTek air scrubber uses ActivePure® technology —used to clean the air in hospitals and spacecrafts— to actively clean your home’s air of all types of airborne pollutants.
According to ActiveTek.eu, ActivePure technologies “work together to clean indoor air like nature cleans air outdoors. It is the only product with validation testing from multiple universities, proving the ability to reduce up to 99.99% of mold, fungi, bacteria and viruses including MRSA and Avian Bird Flu on surfaces.”
This ActivePure Radiant Catalytic Ionization (RCI) cell is installed into your ductwork to actively clean your home’s air.
Yes. According to a study by Kansas State University,
“Ten of the most deadly forms of mold, fungi, bacteria, and virus were subjected to...ActivePure. These ten organisms were placed on a piece of stainless steel inside a test chamber and the ActivePure cell was turned on for 24 hours. Test results showed a 24-hour reduction ranging from 96.4% to 100%.
This testing validates the effectiveness and speed which RCI is able to treat the indoor surface environment using a natural process at safe levels of oxidation.”
These pollutants included: