Photocatalyzation

Photocatalyzing air filters take HVAC HEPA filtration one full phase farther by implementing a multiple combination of elevated air sanitization technologies. The 1st phase is a 3 stage HEPA filtration procedure which extracts the greater part of dangerous and allergenic particulates and pathogens from indoor air. As soon as the air is purified it is exposed to UV-C light at an exceptionally high degree of intensity. This exposure acts to inactivate and nullify any organic entities which have been snared in the HEPA filter or have been able to pass through the entire filtration process. The UV-C result is kept at an extremely forceful level to increase the killing ratio of any dangerous pathogens.

The air stream could then be clouded with electrolyzed water vapor. This is made in a specifically designed component of the Photocatalyzation system by forcefully instilling basic tap water with highly actuated oxygen foams. As soon as the water is densely oxygenated, a forceful electrical charge is passed through the liquid. As the water atoms in the system take on either a positive or negative ionized form, they are able to assault and counteract a broad range of contaminants that remain in the air stream.

In many cases, the photocatalyzing air filtration machine is made of an outside housing including an engine and a ventilator, along a cylindrical shell for the photocatalyst operation. This procedure concatenates a forceful UV-C light origin and an electrolysis holder where the ionization of the water occurs. The combined arrangement of the three primary technologies within this system differ, but typically the air is originally purified through a three stage HEPA, then exposed to the germicidal UV-C light, and at last clouded with the ionized electrolyzed water spray.