Air scrubbers remove particles, gasses, and other chemicals from your indoor air, making a healthier environment for you, your employees, customers, family, and friends. Air scrubbers are installed on the supply side of your ductwork, just above the furnace and coil. It operates via the furnace unit so that runs when the HVAC fan is running. Scrubbers will kill living airborne organisms and cause them to clump up. Your regular air filter will get dirty quicker as it accumulates the clumped up particles.
Air scrubbers come in different forms from portable units to whole house filtration systems. Basically, many types of air scrubbers exist and the term generally means some type of filtering system that cleans the air better because of the several filter types are involved. With air scrubbers, you have a better air cleaning system than what one filter type can do for your home. They remove:
- Air Pollution
Air scrubber systems consist of a diverse group of air pollution control devices. Though perhaps not all of the following terms are technically correct, other commonly used terms for air scrubbers are:
- Negative air machine
- Portable air scrubber
- Air machine
- Air mover
- Air cleaner or purifier
- Air cleaning machines
There are also air scrubbers, wet scrubbers, and gas scrubbers with some using a liquid to remove the particulate matter from an industrial exhaust or flue gas stream. They can remove solids, gases, and mists at the same time as providing cooling. Explosive and flammable gases can be removed safely.
Cleaning up your home’s air with an air scrubber will mean you are ridding the air of pollutants that can’t be seen as well as all the particles you can see. From minute particles to vapors that are harmful for you to breathe, there are no worries for you if you have an air scrubber installed in your home, especially with whole home air scrubber systems.