DFS Technology

The following are the major differences between the technologies:

DFS: 99.99% efficient @.007 microns
DFS: Captures 99.99% of microorganisms
DFS: VOC oxidation and absorption

HEPA: 99.97% efficient @.3 microns
HEPA: Very Limited capture
HEPA: No volatile organic compound removal

Leading the way in Indoor Air Quality

The Intellipure®/Ameriwave Advantage

Product Performance: 

  • Patented DFS Technology- deactivates mold, bacteria, and virus in the filters through Microbiostasis condition, which prohibits the breed through effect, where living organisms captured can grow inside the filter and be released back into the environment
  • Proprietary blend of granulars proven to adsorb a high level of gases and odors
  • Greater lifetime filter performance due to lower density media, resulting in much longer lifetime performance of the filter
  • Reduction of dangerous Micro-plastics
  • High level reduction of mycotoxins
  • Highly effective on all speeds
  • Prevention of microbial growth within the filter
  • Energy Star Efficiency and Certification of Efficiency

Product Features:

  • Highest-quality EC motor results in 50% less operating cost than other machines on the market
  • Incredibly energy efficient
  • Highest CFM per decibel level or noise
  • Less dense media filters for maximum airflow and filtration power
  • Quick and easy filter maintenance and replacement
  • Individually tested and certified, guaranteed to be 40x more efficient than HEPA

Ultrafine Particulates

Origins of Ultrafine Particles 

Airborne particles originate from many natural and man-made sources (e.g. sand dust, fire, diesel smoke, sea salt, herbicides and pesticides). Ultrafine particles are only generated at very high temperatures, such as combustion processes, including wood fires, car engines, industrial and cooking fumes, cigarette and tobacco smoke.

Potential Health Hazards 

Ultrafine particles can penetrate deep in the lungs. The concentration of these particles is higher, making them harder for the lungs to deal with, leading to inflammation. Air pollution is the invisible killer because it is not always visible to the naked eye but it can cause severe complications to the human body. Also, these particles are small enough to enter the cells in the body and end up in the bloodstream, potentially causing heart, lung, strokes and brain diseases. Children, aging and the elderly population and people with lung problems like asthma are especially vulnerable to ultrafine particle air pollution. The World Health Organization has stated that Air pollution is the greatest threat to human health.

Global Regulations 

There are currently no official regulations in place to deal with the ultrafine particle epidemic. But they are in the process of being developed by several regulatory bodies, such as ISO, OECD, EPA, and CEN 

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