Sick Building Syndrome - The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 20% of the USA, and 20% of the Western Hemisphere population is subjected to Sick Building Syndrome (SBS), attributed to poor ventilation, high levels of chemical and microbiological pollution--such as VOC emissions--and mold (related to non-breathable materials such as plastic and latex, and humidity caused by lack of capillarity action of external walls to absorb toxins and move them and moisture through the walls to the outside).
Technology -Clean Rooms are used in many industries including pharmaceutical, semi-conductor, and research and testing. Maintain the purity of these designated areas is extremely import to ensure the quality of the products produce by many industries.
Installation of properly configured site specific models with the existing HVAC system and strategic placement of portable models in potentially higher exposure areas will provide a comprehensive field of continuous microbial reduction.
The science of every building is unique and in order to ensure proper application of the our technology please contact Life Elements for an environmental assessment.
This hospital grade stainless steel product can be used in-duct or as a stand-alone application for large applications and possess the horsepower to sanitize environments with heavy microbial growth.
Engineered with dual enhanced ionization technology, this versatile portable model is frequently the first choice in homes and offices and is also used as a component in the technology package installed in commercial applications. The Home & Office model includes a remote control and is very easy to set-up and operate.
The Ductwork 4000 model designed for residential or commercial HVAC systems with a coverage capacity up to 4,000 square feet.