For decades, hospitals and healthcare facilities have relied on UV-C light and HEPA filters to control the spread of airborne infectious diseases.
We won’t take chances with your health.
Natural sunlight kills germs. The APS system’s UV-C module replicates this process in a closed, controlled environment using four right-sized UV-C lamps to neutralize harmful particles that pass through the air duct.
Each UV-C Light module consists of 4 bulbs of medical-grade ultraviolet C-spectrum light.
UV-C @ 253.7 nm)
Ultraviolet light in the 254-nm wavelength “C” band (UV-C), is particularly effective at killing microbes as it breaks the bacteria or virus DNA chain, rendering the cell incapable of reproducing.
Healthcare Facilities Today August 1, 2020
Inline, or in-duct, air purifiers are integrated into the business’ or home’s existing HVAC system to clean the air as it passes through the system’s ductwork.
There are two types of inline air purifiers:
When selecting the right in-duct air purification system for your business or home, think about what’s most important to your overall air purification goals. UV-C air purification is preferred when the key goal is to neutralize dangerous viruses and germs. Ionizers are helpful when the main concern is with allergens: dust, dander, and pollen particles in the air.
With the APS Inline system, both concerns are easily met by installing the UV-C, high-velocity fan, and HEPA filter modules.
Ionization air purifiers clean the air by electrically charging air molecules so that they bond with positively charge particles – including dust, smoke, and pollen. When the particles bond, they become heavy and fall on the floor or on a nearby surface. They are only removed when they are swept or vacuumed up over time. With Air Rover’s Inline modules, the unwanted particles are “captured and killed” in the building’s ductwork. There is no residue left for later clean up.
Unlike with ionization technology, with Air Rover’s UV-C light technology there is no need to worry about gas levels staying within the safety limits set by the EPA and OSHA.
For more information about safety concerns of ionization in air purification products, see these two recent published articles:
Are customers asking you for an effective air purification solution to add to their HVAC system?
A NASA study documented that HEPA filters can stop particles as small as .03 microns – the approximate size of the coronavirus.
That’s why we only use medical-grade HEPA filters in Air Rover Air Protection Systems. APS Inline’s HEPA module is the highest efficiency filter available and captures 99.97% of 0.3-micron viral particles and other pollutants in the air.
All furnaces come with a pre-installed filter designed to catch large particles in the air as they move throughout the HVAC system. However, they were never designed to capture and kill microscopic disease-causing virus particles and other dangerous air contaminants.
An extended media filter is a thick set of specially designed MERV-rated filters, installed in-duct, that enhance the filtration powers of the existing HVAC system.
MERV (Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value) is a 20-point scale for measuring how effective air filters are at removing tiny particles from the air. Higher numbers indicate that a higher percentage of smaller particles is filtered from the air.
To keep the air moving properly throughout the HVAC system while at the same time capturing dangerous small-particle pathogens, high-density HEPA filters are used in conjunction with a supplementary booster fan.
Are clients asking you for the best filter so the air will be clean in their workplace?
To accommodate different sized HVAC systems, the APS Inline’s Airflow module is available in two sizes:
Have clients asked you how to get more air circulation from their existing HVAC system so their workplace meets the CDC’s guidelines for safe, healthy indoor air?
For pricing and delivery information, complete this form and we’ll respond by the next business day. You may also call the Air Rover APS team at (903) 877-3430 or email us at email@example.com
Air Rover’s APS Inline modules are sold through and installed by independent HVAC contractors in your local community.
When contacting your HVAC contractor, be sure to ask for Air Rover Air Protection Systems by name.
If they are unfamiliar with retrofitting HVAC systems using APS air purification modules, ask them to give Air Rover a call.
We will get them set up right away.
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We are seeking to collaborate with channel partners and distributors to make our technology broadly available worldwide. For Air Protection System (APS) distributor opportunities, contact Air Rover today.