Pure Air Group AOP HVAC

The Clean Air AOP HVAC-GA is designed to reduce odours, air pollutants, VOCs (chemical odours), smoke, mold, bacteria and viruses with Photohydroionization (AOP) Technology.

Sick Building Syndrome, eliminate the risks with AOP!

The Clean Air AOP HVAC has the ability to kill germs and reduce odours proactive in the conditioned space. These units don’t need the pollutants to travel through the duct work to be neutralized. Every time your fan blows air it carries the purifying power of natures “Friendly Oxidizers” out into the conditioned space where the “Friendly Oxidizers” begin to attack the Bacteria, Virus, Mold spores at the source and reduce odours in your home. We take the human sneeze as an example. Germs come out with a sneeze at 160 km/hour. With this Cell installed, 99% of the germs in a sneeze were neutralized before the germs could make it 1 meter. The AOP Cell will reduce or eliminate: Smoke odours, Cooking odours, Pet odours, Trash odours “Musty” or Stale Air smells, Formaldehyde, Paint odours, Chemical odours.

Advanced AOP technology

The Clean Air Europe air conditioning and heat duct air purification systems use the advanced AOP (Photohydroionization) technology, which significantly reduces odours, pollutants, VOC’s, smoke, mold, bacteria and viruses in Indoor Air. The HVAC-AOP cells are easy to mount into air conditioning and heating systems airducts, where most sick buildings’ problems originate. When the HVAC system is operating, the Clean Air HVAC-AOP cell creates an advanced friendly oxidation process consisting of hydroperoxides, ozonide ions, super oxide ions, and hydroxide ions. These friendly oxidizers revert back to oxygen and hydrogen after the oxidation of the pollutant.

Clean Air HVAC-GA models are suitable for larger spaces, producing up to 40,000 m3 of purified air pro hour. 

The AOP cell unit size is scaled to accommodate the various air flow rates of different HVAC systems. Locate the air blower capacity of your HVAC system, then choose the Clean Air HVAC-AOP model that corresponds that flow rate.