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Anti-bacterial Suppressor Filter

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Antibacterial coating helps to destroy bacteria, viruses, staphylococci, and fungi, while inhibiting the proliferation of these microorganisms on the filter. The cellular structure of the filter can capture microscopic particles with a size as miniscule as 0.1 microns, With this filter, an impressive purification degree of 95% can be achieved.

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Energy Saving
Technologies Oct / 31 / 2017
Energy Saving Ductless systems have always been more energy efficient than central forced-air systems. In fact, distribution energy loss in typical forced air systems has been estimated to be as high as 40%, while estimates for energy loss in ductless systems range from 1% to 5%. While typical systems generally cap out at 18 SEER, Cooper&Hunter ductless systems, most of which are ENERGY STAR qualified, can achieve up to 23 SEER, greatly reducing utility bills. Additionally, since the cooling and heating of indoor zones can be managed independently, less energy is wasted in unoccupied spaces. Thanks to their operational efficiency and zoning capabilities, ductless mini splits waste less energy overall and, thus, have a smaller carbon footprint. Furthermore, C&H systems use R410A refrigerant, an eco-friendly option that doesn't deplete the ozone layer.
Cold Plasma
Technologies Oct / 30 / 2017
Cold Plasma The Cold Plasma filtration system actively destroys the protein envelope of bacteria and viruses and converts the radicals in water and oxygen, eliminating the need for other types of filtration. The system forms a strong, directional, volume flow of charged particles and free electrons, which covers the entire volume of the room, without throwing dust, nicotine, pollen and other particles on the ceiling and walls. The principle of Cold plasma filters is based on the interaction of multiple electromagnetic paths, a constructive combination of which creates hydroxide ion (HO2-) or hydroxide plasma. This active particle reacts with the protein membrane of bacteria and viruses and destroys it to form water. Similarly, the structure breaks down chemical compounds (toluene, acetaldehyde, formaldehyde), as well as odors and allergens.