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Dynamic Air Cleaners use electronic polarized-media technology to provide maximum ozone-free air cleaning, while installing quickly into the existing filter tracks of your central heating & cooling system.

Safe, reliable and affordable high efficiency air cleaning products for todays tight building construction.

Dynamic Air Cleaners use electronic polarized-media technology to provide maximum ozone-free air cleaning, while installing quickly into the existing filter tracks of your central heating & cooling system.

Dynamic Air Cleaners are ideal for removing odors as well as the smallest sub-micron particles, airborne pathogens, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Electronic polarized-media technology is non-ionizing which means no Ozone is produced.

Dynamic Air Cleaners trap 97% of particles at .3 microns and continue trapping particles much smaller in size. Unlike passive mechanical filters where the size of small holes in the material determines the size of particles that can be captured, electronic polarized media employ the principal of agglomeration to join polarized sub-micron particles and VOCs to each other as they pass through the central heating & cooling system. As the particles get larger during subsequent passes, they collect on the air cleaners disposable replacement media pads. Over time, even the smallest particles --- those we breathe---are removed from the air.

Dynamic Air Cleaners use a technology called non-ionizing "polarized-media" and its actually been around for a long time. The first electrically enhanced air filters date back to 1930 and combine elements of both passive and electronic filtration. As with most high-efficiency filtration products, polarized media had roots in industrial applications. Although there have been a number of different configurations since then, all are based on charging, or polarizing, fibers in a filter and particles in the air in order to generate an electric force between the fibers and particles. While the principle has been around for many decades, it has only been in recent years that the technology has been fully understood to maximize effectiveness and to provide consistent, reliable performance.

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