GallatinAIR Provides Two Options to Add Carbon Fiber Bi-Polar Ionization (CFBI™) to Your Space
KleanseAIR with Carbon Fiber Bi-Polar Ionization Included (CFBI™)
Distributed HEPA w/ Ionization
Portable ionization not dependent on HVAC air supply location
Placed after the HEPA filter to maximize ion generation
Multiple units allow ionization to be distributed in any space regardless of
Add Ionization into HVAC System
Benefits of Retrofitting Your HVAC system with Carbon Fiber Bi-Polar Ionization (CFBI™)
Very Economical: Approximately $700-900 to retrofit one normal sized rooftop air handling system.
Easy to Install: You have your current HVAC contractor install each unit in 30-60 minutes each.
Long Lifespan: Ionizing units last up to seven years
Carbon Fiber Bi-Polar Ionization (CFBI™) Solutions are Economical and Extremely to Install and Maintain
Carbon Fiber Bi-Polar Ionization technology works to safely clean the air inside commercial and residential buildings. The patented technology uses an electronic charge to create a plasma field filled with a high concentration of + and - ions.
As these ions travel with the air stream they attach to particles and gases to help to agglomerate fine sub-micron particles, making them much more filterable. The ions travel within the air stream into the occupied spaces, cleaning the air everywhere the ions travel, even in spaces unseen.
HVAC CFBI™ Retrofit Solutions
This PECA HVAC solution is made from a flexible special carbon fiber ion emitters soldered into the circuit traces. This mechanism is engineered to deliver the highest level of ionization with the least amount of energy in the most compact size. Designed for 3200 CFM or 8 tons.
Auto-Cleaning for Office HVAC
Larger Industrial/Commercial HVAC Systems
Auto-cleaning, lightweight CFBI™ systems that handles up to 4,800 CFM or 12 tons. Designed for multiple mounting options including fan inlet, interior duct walls or floors. The composite construction allows for mounting in corrosive environments.
The industrial CFBI™ solution is assembled to be any length up to 240 inches in 6-inch increments. The composite and carbon fiber can be mounted in corrosive environments and handles 50-250 CFM per inch of bar.
Importance of Combing Distributed HEPA with CFBI™
According to ASHAE (American Society of Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers) and many scientists, adding what we call "Satellite HEPA" is a requirement to create the necessary air circulation and additional air filtration to reduce the load of pathogen particulates in the air.