If you are looking to improve the quality of your home’s air then it is time to add the new iWave air filter to your home.
The iWave air purifier filter blocks common odors from pets and cooking and produces cleaner and fresher air. The filter also reduces other smells and any smoke while also reducing dust and static electricity in the air.
If you suffer from allergies, the iWave filter reduces allergens, mold, bacteria, and viruses without using ozone or harmful byproducts.
The beauty of the iWave filter? It requires no bulbs or any replacement parts and can be used on any HVAC system.
The Technology of iWave
The iWave filter is powered by patented technology. How does it work?
Well, air passes over the iWave filter, and then ions produced by the device reduces pathogens, allergen particles, smoke, and odor in the air for a healthy environment.
The needlepoint bi-polar ionization uses equal amounts of positive and negative ions, which break down pollutants, gases, and oxygen into non-harmful carbon dioxide, nitrogen, and water vapor.
Ions come in contact with mold, bacteria, and viruses removing the hydrogen molecules. Without these molecules as their source of energy, these pathogens will die. Attaching to all allergens and particles like pollen, the ions band these together so they are large enough to pass through the air filter.
Nature’s energy is used to break apart molecules and then iWave works its magic by naturally cleaning the air.
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