In-duct air cleaners install into ducted HVAC systems to clean the air in all rooms that are connected to the HVAC system. Also called whole-house air cleaners or air purifiers, they reduce airborne contaminants to help improve indoor air quality and neutralize odors in schools, offices, and other occupied spaces. These units require professional installation, and they only clean the air when the HVAC system is running. In-duct air cleaners rely on the airflow of the HVAC system to circulate the air, and they use one or more air cleaning methods to remove contaminants from the air that passes through them.
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Particle-Removal Ionization In-Duct Air Cleaners
An ion-generating device in these in-duct air cleaners neutralizes airborne pollutants and binds ions to dust, allergens, and other airborne particles that pass over the device. This ionization makes the particles larger and heavier and allows them to be more effectively captured by the HVAC system's filters. The HVAC system must be running in order to move air past the ionization device. Ionization in-duct air cleaners don't use filters or bulbs, so they require less maintenance than air cleaners that use UV, PCO, or filter media cleaning technology.
Particle-Removal Ionization In-Duct Air Cleaners, sorted by Maximum Air Flow Capacity, ascending
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