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  • #392
    Keith
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    Has anyone researched this technology for IAQ? Everything I read about this looks very positive, especially using in-duct units. I love the fact that this wont starve airflow like MERV 13, and no UV lights to worry about. However, I also am concerned about ozone production. I am looking at the iWave in-duct unit that does have UL standards, but it hasn’t been submitted to CARB for their approval, However I understand they have 2 years to get the CARB approval.

    https://www.nucalgon.com/products/iwave-air-purifiers/iwave-c-air-purifier/

    #393
    Jammee
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    Chaffey has installed this system district wide since our units could not support Merv 13 filters. Email me at jammee.digon@cjuhsd.net and I will forward your information to our Director of Facilities who has the whole scope on this. The units we went with are certificed ozone free.

    #394
    Keith
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    Thank you! I send you an email!

    Question: When you say they were certified ozone free, was that by CARB or UL?

    #423
    Chris
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    If anyone needs just some GENERAL info re: ozone, EPA’s website has info at

    https://www.epa.gov/indoor-air-quality-iaq/ozone-generators-are-sold-air-cleaners#:~:text=When%20inhaled%2C%20ozone%20can%20damage,body%20to%20fight%20respiratory%20infections.

    For review as your organization sees appropriate.

    #426
    Keith
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    Thanks, Chris, the Bi-polar Ionization units I’m looking at are all certified by UL to be Ozone free.

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