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How AtmosAir
Bi-Polar Ionization Air
Purification Works

You can enhance the air you breathe to healthier levels while improving energy efficiency with AtmosAir.

Our patented ionization tubes improve the air you breathe, safely. When you choose AtmosAir, you’ll harness the power of the Earth’s "air cleaners" no matter how close you are to the ocean, a waterfall or a lightning storm.

AtmosAir Bi-Polar

Airflow passes over our patented AtmosAir Bi-Polar Ionization tube. The tube energizes the air to form bi-polar — positive and negative — air ions.

The airflow distributes the energized ions into all of the spaces served by the HVAC system in an in-duct installation, or into the applicable space if a standalone unit is used. It’s that simple and elegant! The beauty of the AtmosAir system is just how easily it integrates into existing commercial and residential HVAC systems.

AtmosAir seeks out contaminants in a space. It doesn’t wait for the pollutants to find their way into the filter within the air handler. Instead, air ions go to the contaminants in the space where you breathe - minimizing contaminants at their source.

Benefits of AtmosAir Bi-Polar Ionization
AtmosAir Bi-Polar Ionization provides a huge range of benefits, including:
Reduced Odors
Bi-Polar Ions break down odors at their source and eliminate them — no masking or diluting!
Improved Energy Conservation
AtmosAir guarantees you’ll reduce your energy bills because you’ll spend less on heating and cooling outdoor air. With our technology, you’ll recycle conditioned, purified air instead.
Reduced Static Electricity
Bi-Polar Ionization naturally neutralizes the air, eliminating static charges.
Significantly Reduced Maintenance
There are no filters to change or collector cells to clean. Simply replace the AtmosAir ion tubes every two years.
*AtmosAir uses multiple data points to formulate performance validation statements. We encourage clients to evaluate their individual application and environmental conditions when making an assessment regarding the technology’s potential benefits.