Some Common Technologies Used in Triad Air Purifiers
Air purifiers, also called air cleaners, are purification devices designed to eliminate air pollutants such as dust, pollen, smoke, bacteria, viruses, mold spores, mildew particles, odors, chemicals, and all the harmful contaminants that are harmful to human health and cause many health problems and respiratory diseases.
Air purifiers use different technologies and techniques, such as HEPA filters ( (High-Efficiency Particulate Arrestance), PCO ( Photocatalytic Oxidation), Needlepoint Ionization, Electrostatic Filtration, ultraviolet germicidal irradiation, and activated carbon filters to capture and eliminate airborne particles.
Many people asked us about the technologies and techniques we use in Triad air purifiers. Hence, we decided to answer our respected customer’s queries. Some of the following technologies are the most used in Triad purifiers.
What is Photocatalytic Oxidation?
Photocatalytic Oxidation is a procedure that uses a Photocatalyst (a substance that can absorb light and convert it into a chemical reaction) to assess the oxidation of organic compounds and other pollutants in air and water. PCO is one of the advanced technologies used in air purifiers to provide safe and clean air in bedrooms, hospitals, classrooms, offices, dorms, halls, etc.
It helps improve indoor air quality by eliminating the harmful pollutants and contaminants floating in the air. Medical experts and certified mold inspectors often advise investing in air purifiers that use PCO to save yourself and your loved ones from the hazards of harmful contaminants.
What is a PCO Cell?
A PCO Cell ( Photocatalytic Oxidation Cell ) is an essential advanced filtration technology used in air purifiers to provide people with safe and clean air to breathe. This small tool or device contains a photocatalyst and UV light source to clean the air in your breathing zone. The UV light triggers the photocatalyst that activates the chemical reaction to turn harmful air pollutants and bacteria into safe substances.
It is also very effective against mold and mildew growth and helps reduce and remove odors on your property. PCO has gained worldwide popularity among health conscious people, as it improves indoor air quality and lets you breathe in a safe indoor environment.
What is needlepoint ionization?
Needlepoint Ionization is another advanced technology widely used in air purifiers to provide people with a safe indoor environment. It effectively removes bacteria, viruses, and harmful air contaminants floating in the air. It produces negatively charged ions that float in the air and then attach themselves with the air pollutants, making them heavy to remain in the air, then they fall on the ground, and the filter catches them and eliminates them.
It is one of the most effective air purification techniques. It requires very low maintenance as compared to the other air purifiers that require maintenance on a daily basis. It consumes low energy making it light on energy bills. It works efficiently in residential and commercial properties.
Electrostatic filtration is one of the most effective air purification techniques used in air purifiers. It produces electrically charged particles that attract and capture air pollutants such as dust particles, pollen, mold spores, and other harmful chemicals and particles floating in the air and eliminating them. It efficiently removes almost all air pollutants, even those that are too small for other standard purifiers to eradicate. This filtration technology is even used in chemical industries due to its strong filtration technique to eliminate small-size particles.