NJ Air Quality Systems
Meyer Depew offers a full range of solutions for your indoor air quality problems.
The airborne particles you see in a beam of sunlight streaming through your window represent only about 1% of the contaminants in your indoor air. These particles in the air you breathe may include dust, pollen, pet dander and mold spores.
Every building contains a certain amount of unhealthy gases, which come from many sources – building materials, heating and cooling systems, and even the earth under the building where naturally occurring radon gas can seep in.
Fortunately, today’s modern electronic air purifiers and cleaners are able to reduce or almost eliminate these and other contaminants such as some bacteria and viruses.
One excellent solution may be an ionic air purifier, sometimes called an electronic air cleaner. These are available in two configurations.
- Using charged electrical surfaces or needles, an ionic air purifier generates electrically charged air or gas ions. These ions attach to airborne particles, which are then electrostatically attracted to a charged collector plate.
- A fanless ionizer is noiseless and uses little power, but is less efficient at air purification than comparable fan-based ionizers, which clean and distribute the purified air much faster.
An electronic air cleaner can capture up to 95% of all airborne particles, and uses only about as much electricity as a 30-watt bulb. Meyer and Depew also offers several other possible solutions to indoor air quality problems.
Call today toll free at 1-800-246-4342 for prices, repair, installation or service on any make or model of air purifier or cleaner.