StrionAir Inc.: Air Purification System
October 5, 2005
The StrionAir System is an air purification system that combines mechanical filtration, electrostatics, and ionization to deliver a filtration efficiency of MERV 16. As contaminated air moves into the air purification system, it passes through an ionization array. A negative voltage applied to the array generates an energized field that lends an electrical charge to passing particles. The SecureSealâ„¢ disposable filter element is sandwiched between two electrodes, which together create a continuous electrostatic field across the media, polarizing the filter's fibers and particles. The combination of the charged and polarized particles and polarized media contributes to the system's filtration efficiency and active germicidal effect, the company states. Applications include commercial and government buildings, hospitals, laboratories, and schools.
StrionAir Inc., 410 South Arthur Ave., Louisville, CO 80027; 303-664-1140; 303-664-1210 (fax); www.strionair.com