What Is an Air Scrubber and How Does It Work?


You are wrong if you think you are immune to indoor air pollution. According to the Environmental Protection Agency ( EPA ), indoor air quality is about 2-5 times as polluted as outdoor air. It can be worse than 100 times in some cases. The EPA has ranked indoor air pollution as one of five environmental threats to planet Earth.

Indoor air quality is crucial for our health and well-being, especially when the temperature drops.

Indoor air quality (IAQ) is not something you can control. If you have forced air, there are many ways you can improve the quality of the air you inhale.

It is possible that you came across information about air scrubber technology when researching ways to improve indoor air quality (IAQ). What is air scrubber technology? How much does it cost?

Your interest in air scrubbers is what brought you here.

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What is an Air Scrubber?

Air scrubbers are sometimes called Negative Air Machines. However, they are a completely different technology.

Mold remediation specialists use air scrubbers, contractors, and others to improve air quality. They were first used at the Pentagon to clean and purify the air after 9/11. These portable purifiers can be used without the need for ductwork. Air scrubbers can also be attached to existing conduit and used as a permanent fixture.

Air Scrubber using Active Pure (r) Technology

Service Champions offers many options for air cleaning your home. We are proud to offer Scrubber using ActivePure (r) Technology. This scrubber is the best in cleaning and filtration technology. This scrubber can be used in residential or public areas.

Home Scrubber with Active Pure(r) technology. This technology removes 99.9% of harmful contaminants from your home.

Air Scrubber is the only approved technology for cleaning air. NASA has awarded it the Certified Space Technology Seal.

Active Pure(r), a home scrubber, can be used to clean surfaces like countertops, doors knobs and bathrooms. You can install it into your existing HVAC system. The Active Pure(r) Technology Air Scrubber is directly installed into your forced-air system. It utilizes many technologies to clean and purify indoor air.

When your furnace, fan or air conditioner turns on, air flows through the honeycomb honeycomb matrix made of titanium dioxide-coated honeycomb.

Strong UV germicidal light is used to kill airborne contaminants. The UV light damages the DNA of any contaminants, rendering them ineffective. Once the DNA has been scrambled, active pollutants are effectively dead. Although air filters can trap pollutants, purifiers like air scrubbers can kill them.

Many people mistakenly believe that they are allergic to dust. Dust mites, which are microscopic organisms that can live as long as any living creature, are quite harmless. UV light can kill living things like dust mites.

Active Pure (r) Technology expands the capabilities of Air Scrubber beyond ultraviolet rays. ActivePure(r) Technology extends the scope of Air Scrubber beyond UV rays. It can also reduce airborne contaminants. It actively delivers scrubbers indoors.

Air Scrubber Active Pure TM technology converts airborne contaminants to powerful oxidizers released into the environment. This technology helps eliminate pathogens from air and surfaces.

Combining reactive elements with ultraviolet light and a proprietary catalytic process transforms particulates to charged clusters hydrogen, oxygen (hydrogen hydroxyls and supraoxideions), which act as natural antimicrobial agents.

The “friendly cleaners” can be released into your home to reduce the amount of contaminants in the air. The “scrubbers”, which can be used against gases, vapors, VOCs, and offensive odors, can also be released into the atmosphere.

Superoxide Ions or hydroxyls are created when the particles are released. They can then attack and destroy mold, fungi and other odor-causing bacteria. Even under cushions and rugs, the charged ions can find and eliminate contaminants. The “air scrubbers”, which are charged with ions, remove microscopic impurities that aren’t visible to the naked eye.

Active Pure (r) Technology allows you to attract positiveions. These are the majority of particles in your home. It can also use negatively charged ions. Air Scrubber with Active Pure (r) Technology can have models equipped with ozone technology. It can fight strong odors like smoke, pets and household products. You can also find ozone-free models.

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Air Scrubber Benefits

According Aerus’ website, the Air Scrubber(r), Technology with Active Pure (r), can reduce dust, pet hair, and odors inside your home, including:

  • Pet Odor
  • Cigarette Smoke
  • VOCs
  • Mold Spores & Smells
  • Occasional odor of burnt food

Air scrubber with Active Pure (r), technology reduces effectively:

  • Allergy Symptoms
  • Keep your chest tight
  • Coughs
  • Nausea
  • Sinus Problems
  • Dizziness
  • Eye/Nose/Throat Pain
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches

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Air Cleaning

Air filters trap larger particles of airborne contaminants such as dirt and dust. Air scrubbers clean the air by actively cleaning it. Air scrubbers can release VOCs, contaminants and other pollutants.

Active Pure (r) Technology: Air Scrubber filters the air to clean, deodorize, and purify it. 99.99% of surface mold will be eliminated

Air Freshening

An air scrubber is the natural way to reduce your home’s exposure to airborne toxic chemicals. When you turn on your furnace, fan, or air conditioner, the “air scrubbers” activate and clean the air and surfaces with air scrubbing technology.

Pets will love the Air Scrubber with Active Pure (r) Technology. It removes odor-causing bacteria and odors caused by pets and cooking.

Increase HVAC System Livespan

Active Pure (r) Technology and Air Scrubber make everyone feel better. It also extends the lifespan of your HVAC system. However, the “air scrubbers” do not harm or ruin your HVAC system. The “air scrubbers” break down indoor contaminants and eliminate them. This makes HVAC systems more durable and less costly to maintain.

How does an air scrubber work?

Yes! Yes! Yes! Active Pure (r), an active scrubber, is safe and effective in many peer-reviewed scientific studies. Clinically, it has been shown to reduce mold, dust and other indoor contaminants.

Harvard University Studies and NASA Studies have all concluded that Air Scrubber using Active Pure (r), Technology, effectively improves indoor quality, safety and well-being.

If you are looking to reduce exposure to volatile organic compounds (VOCs), gaseous compounds, and other airborne contaminants, the Active Pure (r) Technology Air Scrubber is your tool.

Active Pure r Technology is used to scrub the air.

  • Improves health and well-being
  • HVAC systems have a higher energy efficiency and a longer life expectancy
  • Reliefs Asthma, Allergy Symptoms
  • You’ll feel better and have a better night’s sleep
  • Air is lighter, fresher

Active Pure (r) is an air scrubber that offers many benefits. These air scrubbers can be used indoors at hospitals, daycares and homes, and in other indoor spaces.

Active Pure (r) Technology offers many benefits to an air scrubber. These benefits are available now.

How much does an air scrubber cost?

An air scrubber with Active Pure (r) Technology costs between $1,300 to $2,000 depending on your HVAC system’s size and complexity. This is a good investment considering the high cost HVAC repairs and replacements and the medical expenses. Talk to an HVAC contractor for a custom solution.

Service Champions knows how important healthy indoor air is for your health and well-being. Service Champions backs our indoor air quality products. We are available to help you understand the IAQ products and eliminate indoor pollutants.

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