air quality and corona virus

Due to the global outbreak of COVID-19, customers have been looking for ways to purify their homes and keep their families safe. Some companies have tried to take advantage of this by claiming their air purifiers can eliminate the spread of viruses. Unfortunately, though, most of the air purifiers on the market cannot detect or remove particles as small as the COVID-19 virus. Scientists have warned that most high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters are not sufficient enough to serve as an efficient preventative measure against this particular virus or others like it making air quality more important than ever before.

Will Air Purifiers Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 and Other Viruses?

Dr. Erin Sorrell is among the experts who have spoken up about this particular issue. Dr. Sorrell works at Georgetown’s Center for Global Health Science and Security as an assistant professor of microbiology. The issue with claims that air purifiers can simply remove COVID-19 from the air is simple– most HEPA filters have openings about three times larger than they’d have to be to catch the virus. HEPA filters typically capture particles as small as .3 micron, but the COVID-19 virus is only about .1 micron in size.

There is a similar problem involving UVC filters. It may be possible to kill the virus by exposing it to a significant amount of UV light, but COVID-19 is too small to be sucked out of the air by most filters. At this time, it’s not entirely clear which filters will be sufficient enough to reduce exposure to this virus and purify homes. Platforms like IndieGoGo have been outspoken about their desire to reduce misinformed or fraudulent claims about which products can actually help people avoid becoming affected by this virus. That particular crowdfunding site has stated that they want to see medical proof from any company that tries to bolster sales by claiming their product can kill the COVID-19 virus.

Some companies have already withdrawn many of their claims about the effects of their air filters. This is for the best because Dr. Sorrell has stated that most portable filters won’t be helpful. All they really do, then, is give people a false sense of safety when it comes to COVID-19. The good news is that there actually are some products on the market that can help purify homes by dispersing ionized hydrogen peroxide throughout the house. Instead of ordering a portable air filter, it will be far more effective to have a product like the REME-HALO installed in your home.

Learn About REME-HALO Air Purification System for Homes

Due to the recent crisis, customers have become especially interested in technology that can kill viruses both in the air and on surfaces. The REME-HALO air purification system is strong enough to kill most common bacteria and viruses. One of the best things about the REME-HALO is that it can be installed right in your AC system, which means it works on the whole home all at once. Many experts consider this device to be the new standard for indoor air quality.

The REME-HALO is our number one selling in-duct air purification system for the whole home. This product has a strong reputation for killing bacteria and viruses while also reducing allergens, odors, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which come from burning fuels and many common household cleaning products. The patented technology has been tested and validated by independent third parties.

When your HVAC system turns on, the REME-HALO produces ionized hydrogen peroxide and distributes the molecules through your vents, so they reach every room in your home. You can breathe easier knowing that every cubic foot of air and every inch of surface area in your living space contains hydrogen peroxide that can destroy viruses and bacteria. Hydrogen peroxide is known for immediately neutralizing bacteria, viruses, mold spores, and odor.

This is an excellent option for anyone who wants to address many different kinds of contaminants in one fell swoop. It can even help with airborne contaminants like dust, dander, and pollen in the air. It adds an electric charge to all of these different particles, so they stick together and become larger in size, which makes it even easier for your air filtration system to catch them. This is especially helpful when it comes to capturing and removing particles that would otherwise be small enough to slip right through an air filtration system.

If the COVID-19 outbreak made you realize a need to purify your home, the REME-HALO would be precisely the solution you’ve been looking for. At The Weather Changers, we’re always committed to keeping our entire staff informed on the latest technology available. At this time, those efforts include a special focus on what we can do to help our customers address COVID-19 and other health risks.

If you have any more questions about what you can do and which technology you can use to purify your home, we’re happy to answer them for you. Even after the current COVID-19 outbreak has been managed, the REME-HALO will still be useful when it comes to reducing smoke, allergens, and odors inside your home. If you’re interested in getting this system added to your home’s existing HVAC setup, please give us a call at 303-340-0077.

Need Air Purification Services Near Denver? The Weather Changers is Ready to Help

Our team at The Weather Changers lives and works right here in Denver, and we’re interested in doing our part to help people cope with air quality issues. We think of every customer as our neighbor, and our sense of community inspires us to do everything we can to keep you both safe and comfortable. Products like the REME-HALO can help people rest assured that they’re doing everything they can to keep themselves healthy. Our service area includes Denver, Aurora, Parker, Centennial, and much of the surrounding area. Contact us today to learn how we can help you!