Chances are, the filter you are using
now is doing little to improve your
air quality — even if it claims to be
high efficiency. The Dynamic® Air Cleaner electronic polarized-media technology makes the Dynamic® Air Cleaner one of only a few air cleaners that can effectively capture the very smallest particles and chemicals in the air you breathe.
Improve Your Air Quality
The Dynamic® Air Cleaner is an electronic polarized media air cleaner that uses an activated charcoal screen and an active electrostatic field to magnetize both airborne particles and the individual fibers of the disposable replacement media pad. This causes the particles to stick to the fibers and enables the air cleaner to effectively capture the sub-micron particles in the air that are the most dangerous to breathe, the hardest to catch, and the ones most filters and air cleaners miss. In addition, the Dynamic® Air Cleaner will capture airborne bacteria and pathogens, odors and harmful volatile 0rganic compounds (VOCs). Ask your heating and cooling contractor about Dynamic® Air Cleaners for your home.
The Air We Breathe Most On average, we spend over 90% of our time indoors. And, according to the EPA, indoor air is on average, seven to ten times more polluted than outdoor air—even in our cities. Over 95% of the particles in the air are smaller than .5 micron in size. These sub-micron particles cannot be seen and can be the most dangerous to your health.
Dynamic® Air Cleaners install into existing filter tracks in the air handler or return air grilles which eliminates the need for costly duct work modifications. The 24V air cleaner connects to R and C terminals on most furnace control boards or plugs directly into a standard household wall outlet using an optional plug-in transformer. Dynamic® Air Cleaners mean safe, quiet, dependable operation for you and your family. This non-ionizing technology does not produce ozone or arcing like conventional electronic air cleaners, so charged (ionized) particles won’t collect on clothes, walls, and furnishings.