Learn More About the iWave Air Purifier and Its Benefits

March 13, 2021

Most homeowners in Pompano Beach, FL, feel sad to discover the air in their home is more polluted than the air outside. Indoor air contains particulate matter, vapors, germs and volatile organic compounds, and they all have an impact on your health and well-being. The iWave air purifier can improve your home’s indoor air quality and help you breathe easier.

Destroy Pathogens

Colds, the flu and other illnesses spread through respiratory droplets that people spray into the air when they cough or sneeze. Even laughing, singing or yelling can release infectious germs. The iWave’s patented technology destroys germs. It inactivates them so that they can’t infect anyone else.

Trap and Break Down Particles

Ions produced by the iWave air purifier attach to particles, such as pollen and pet dander. This makes the particles so big that they stick together. The big particles are large enough to get trapped by an air filter with a minimum efficiency reported value (MERV) rating of eight or higher. The ions also shear and break apart particles, such as dust. The iWave does this without generating ozone, so your home’s air gets cleaner and healthier.

Take Apart Gases

Another source of pollution in your home is vapor. Cooking, cleaning and some hobbies generate vapors. The iWave air purifier breaks down vapors in your home’s air supply. The positive and negative ions produced by the purifier pull off the hydrogen atoms. This causes the gases to decompose into harmless components, including carbon and oxygen atoms.

Whether you’ve noticed more dust buildup or you’re experiencing more coughs, sniffles and sneezes, the iWave air purifier can help. It traps and removes particles from your home’s air, including particles that trigger allergies and asthma as well as bacteria and viruses that can make you sick. Contact Cool Running Air to learn more about the benefits of the iWave air purification systems. We’re currently offering a free iWave-M air purifier with a Mitsubishi mini-split installation.

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