HYGiEiA Ion Generator (up to 2800l/s) - Ideal air purification solution option on your commercial MVHR unit
HYGiEiA Ion Generator (2800)
HYGiEiA range offers air purification solutions for both residential and commercial applications by using bipolar ionisation technology. HyGiEiA works inside the ventilation system to silently, invisibly and safely neutralise airborne pollutants.
Ion generators neutralise odours and VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds), smoke, bacteria and viruses, pet dander, dust, mould spores and pollen. The bipolar ionisation technology replicates nature’s process for cleaning the air by producing an equal amount of positive and negative oxygen ions.
HYGiEiA range improves the Indoor Air Quality with a 98% reduction of VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) and odours, 95% bacteria reduction, 91% removal of mould spores and 86% reduction of dust particles.
Treats up to 2831 l/s (10,191 m3/h)
Produces a natural bio-climate rich in positive and negative oxygen ions
Oxygen ions cause a chemical reaction with VOCs breaking down their molecular structure
Bipolar ionisation technology proactively treats the air with a negligible pressure drop
Filterless and does not require replacement parts
Easy to install in existing or new ventilation systems
Free of harmful byproducts
Silent and invisible to the end user
Easily installs in the supply air duct
Needles are recessed - no dust accumulation
This type of technology outperforms PCO (Photo-Catalytic Oxidation), UV (Ultra-Violet) and HEPA filters having a lower pressure drop and less energy consumption
These devices produce millions of positively and negatively charged oxygen ions which travel through the duct system and into the occupied space. The negative oxygen ions contain an extra electron while the positive ones are missing an electron resulting in an unstable condition. To restabilise, these bipolar ions seek out atoms and molecules in the air to trade electrons with, effectively neutralising particulate matter, bacteria and virus cells, odorous gases and aerosols, and VOCs.