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2 Table Of Contents 1. Understanding IAQ and the benefits of Needlepoint Bi-Polar Ionization 2. Studies that back up the science of Needlepoint Bi-Polar Ionization 3. IAQ Applications for Phenomenal Aire 4. Overview of the History of IAQ Devices 5. Specifications and Installation of the Phenomenal Aire Series C6.0 CPG IAQ Device
3 The Truth about Indoor Air Quality According to the US Environmental Protection Agency, the air inside our homes, schools and oces is often two to ve times more polluted than the outside air. We spend 90% of our time indoors. Children are naturally more susceptible to pollutants than adults because they take in more air relative to body size and because their developing organs and respiratory systems are more vulnerable to certain chemicals, particles, pathogens and allergens. As we continue to reduce the exchange of indoor and outdoor air with more energy ecient structures, we nd the concentrations of VOCs (volatile organic compounds), pathogens, odors, mold and fungus spores increasing while the air ion concentrations necessary for healthy lives are signicantly reduced.
4 Air Ions Dened What is called an air ion, or a charged air molecule, is really no such thing. Air is a mixture of gases, including nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, water vapor, and other trace gases, any one or more of which may be ionized. Ions are present naturally in the air, with positive ions usually exceeding negative ions by a ratio of 1.2 to 1. Typically, clean outdoor air contains 20003000 ions per cubic centimeter. Inside a building with natural ventilation, the number drops below 500/cm3, and in most buildings with ducted air-conditioning systems, air ion levels above 100/cm3 are rare. These low ion environments can make you sluggish and tired, cause breathing issues and overall ill health.
5 Ion Concentra1ons Researchers have found that ion quantities are drastically reduced by atmospheric pollution in city areas and further reduced by static electricity or air conditioned systems inside buildings. Air Ions / cubic centimeter ( cc) Avg. Positive Avg. Negative Outdoors: Clean rural air 1200 1000 Outdoors: lightly polluted urban air 800 700 Outdoors: City Air 500 300 Indoors: Rural location house without air conditioning 1000 800 Indoors: Rural location oce with modern air conditioned 100 100 Indoor: City location modern air conditioned oce 150 50
6 Sick Building Syndrome The trend to make our living and working environments more energy ecient has created tighter buildings with less leakage or transfer of air between the inside and outside. This trend creates an environment where the pollutants are not exhausted or diluted by the intake of outside air and the ion concentration remains low. The problems associated with this phenomenon ( ie. SBS sick building syndrome ) have resulted in the creation of laws governing the building of commercial property, whereby commercial property must take in 30% outside air and thereby exhaust pollutants.
7 Problems Associated with SBS (Sick Building Syndrome) Sore Throat Coughs and/or sneezes Dry Throat Headaches Cold or flu like symptoms Sleeping difficulties Rashes or itches Short term memory Tiredness or fatigue Concentration problems Blocked or running nose Depression/pessimism Dry itchy and tired eyes Irritability/tension
8 ICC / IMC IMC 2006 & 2009 includes a provision for engineered ventilation systems Section 403.2 Exception
9 Benets of Air Ioniza1on in the Workplace Researchers have concluded that ionization of the ambient air in the workplace brought about substantial reductions in sickness symptoms and sickness absenteeism with signicant improvements in productivity. Environmental Stress Due to Ionization Before After % Improve Breathing difficulties 275.3 90.6 67.1 Sore throat 474.3 197.9 58.3 Dry throat 834.4 497.2 40.4 Cold/Flu like symptoms 681.9 270.4 60.3 Rashes or itches 437.8 285.8 34.7 Tiredness / fatigue 1019.5 495 66 Blocked or runny nose 740.5 324.5 56.2 Dry, itchy, tired eyes 863.4 330.6 73.2 Cough / sneezing 808.6 391.8 51.6 Headaches 745 302.6 71.6 Sleeping difficulties 581.8 390.3 32.9 Short term memory 427.1 285 33.3 Concentration problems 687.5 383 37 Depressed / pessimistic 482 268.5 44.3 Irritable tense 904.2 529.2 41.5
10 Types of Corona Ionizers Several methods of corona ioniza1on are available to create and deliver bipolar ionized air to the space. These methods dier mainly in whether high-voltage ac, dc, or pulsed dc current is used to create ions. AC Ioniza*on Glass Tube Technology The Best the 1960s Had to Oer! In alterna1ng-current, glass tube technology, high voltage (1,600VAC to 3,000VAC) is applied to the interior electrode that cycles nega1ve and posi1ve at the line frequency of 50 or 60 Hz. The voltage produced must have sucient energy to break down the glass tubes dielectric enabling a corona discharge to form and crea1ng a path to ground located on the exterior of the tube. Ioniza1on eciency is low because the points (where the wires intersect on the wire mesh exterior) remain above the ioniza1on threshold voltage for each polarity only a small percentage of the 1me. In addition, the high voltage required to induce the corona discharge also creates unsafe levels of ozone. The EPA has mandated ozone output of less than 0.05 PPM under any operating condition and glass tube technology cannot meet this requirement.
11 Needlepoint Patented Corona Ionizers AC Ionization GPS-IBAR Technology. The GPS-IBAR is manufactured from extruded aluminum and 316 stainless steel needles inserted into a specialized molded core with air used as the dielectric. The needles are spaced 0.75 apart for optimum output and safety. Even under 100% RH conditions, a 0.75 spacing ensures no arching will occur. The GPS-IBAR can be submerged under water and it will still continue to operate. The power supply controls the voltage and cleans the line frequency to ensure equal amounts of positive and negative ions are produced. In addition, the GPS-7000 IBAR power supply prevents noise from being pushed back onto the power grid. Steady-State DC Ionization TPI and GPS Products. High voltage of both polarities is continuously applied to pairs of positive and negative emitter points in standard direct-current technology; thus, the eciency of ion production is better than that of AC ionization systems. Because lower operating currents can be used, steady-state DC ionization systems are more applicable to cleanroom use. The availability of separate positive and negative high-voltage supplies makes it possible to employ various schemes for monitoring and feedback control of ion balance to better than 5 V.
12 How does Phenomenal Aire Needlepoint Ionization improve IAQ Produces Positive and Negative Ions in the environment Kills Viruses in the environment Kills Bacteria in the environment Kills Mold Spores in the environment Kills Fungus Spores in the environment Eliminates Odors in the environment Eliminates Allergens in the environment Breaks Down VOCs ( Volatile Organic Compounds ) Agglomerates particles in the air making them larger for more eective ltration Reduces or eliminates static electricity in the environment You want Phenomenal Aire in you Home or Business
13 Needlepoint Corona Field
14 Bacteria, Virus, Spore and Allergen Neutralization Kill Virus, Bacteria & Mold, In The Space - Positive and negative ions surround the pathogen (See Figure 1). Next, the ions rob the pathogens of the hydrogen necessary for them to survive (See Figure 2). During the nal step, the ions eliminate hydrogen from the pathogen and then the plasma cleansing process is complete, making the airborne virus, bacteria or mold spore inactive (See Figure 3).
15 Studies that back up the science of Needlepoint Bi- Polar Ionization
16 GreenClean Air 1251 Weatherstone Ct. Reston,VA 20194 703.927.7532 [emailprotected] Mold Reduction Report November 11, 2011 Rodney Fugitt Strategic Property Systems 10772 Alyssia Lane Waldorf, MD 20603 Re: 9201 Messina Drive Ft. Washington, MD Dear Rodney, We appreciate the opportunity to assess the quality of the air in this property. On October 26, I took 2 airborne mold samples within the property in order to determine how many airborne spores were present. I used an air pump and drew 75 liters of air through an special filter which captures airborne mold. The lab report results show that there were: - 335,518 total airborne mold spores per cubic meter in the main room of the basement. - 356,912 total airborne mold spores per cubic meter in the back bedroom of the basement. The predominant species that were captured are chaetomium, cladosporium, aspergillus and penicillium. The airborne samples included several other mold species but they were in much lower levels. On November 10, I took 2 airborne mold samples in the same places with the same air volumes and sent them to the same lab for consistent comparison analysis. The lab report results show that there were: - 9,212 total airborne mold spores per cubic meter in the main room of the basement. - 2,667 total airborne mold spores per cubic meter in the back bedroom of the basement. The predominant species that were captured are chaetomium, cladosporium, aspergillus and penicillium. The airborne samples included several other mold species but they are in much lower levels. Therefore, the total airborne mold spores per cubic meter in the main room of the basement were reduced by 97.5% and, the total airborne mold spores per cubic meter in the back bedroom of the basement were reduced by 99.5%. page 1
17 GreenClean Air 1251 Weatherstone Ct. Reston,VA 20194 703.927.7532 [emailprotected] Report (cont) A point of explanation about the particular molds in the before and after tests. As seen in the November 4th lab report comments, there were so many airborne mold spores that the Spore count may be underestimated due to heavy particulate load. Indeed, with a debris rating of 4, fully 75% to 90% of a sample may be occluded, ie.-spores and spore pieces which cover the spores underneath them. (See footnotes on page 2). This means that there were likely many more airborne spores in the spaces on October 26th. The second samples of November 10th had a debris rating of 3 which lowers the occlusion factor to 26% to 75% of the sample. This explains the apparent discrepancy between the higher level spores in the second sample-basidiospores and cladosporium. While these two species may appear to have increased in the second sample, they were under-counted in the initial samples, so a precise count was impossible in the first air samples due to occlusion. The second sample is closer to their correct count and had the first sample not have been so occluded, it would have provided a correct and much higher count of these species. Professional Observations It is my understanding that a mold remediation firm had already taken out the moldy sheetrock and carpets from this property. This firm had then applied fungicides (Microban) to the basement walls and floors and then sealed the walls with a mold sealant (Fiberlock). I observed the white coating from the Fiberlock on the exposed walls. When we visited the property on 10/26/11 and I first took air samples inside the basement, it had very pungent mildew odor which would be indicative of high airborne mold levels. The lab results supported this by showing that there were 335,518 to 356,912 airborne mold spores. That was not the case when I returned to the property on November 10. The mold levels dropped to 9,212 and 2,667 respectively. The strong mold odors were totally absent. It is my understanding that you installed two Global Plasma Systems RN units on November 6th, so they had been operating for 4 days. These units produce cold plasma fields and it is significant that this cold plasma technology was able to effect the drop in airborne mold levels by 99.5% and 97.5%. In my professional career of taking airborne mold samples, I have never seen such a reduction as this within such a short period of time except by a total mold remediation. That this technology was able to produce such significant results post-facto a mold remediation, is unknown to me up till now. As the chairman of the nonprofit Indoor Environmental Standards Organization (IESO.org) committee which is writing the first mold investigation standard for educational facilities, it is my business to be aware of effective mold reduction technologies like cold plasma. Had the Lab results not have confirmed what my nose had no longer smelled, I would never have believed that this was possible. The other significant feature of the second lab report was how the cold plasma had reduced the airborne stachybotrys levels. Stachybotrys mold is considered to produce one of the most toxic mold chemicals (mycotoxin) and the reduction to negligible levels was an important health benefit, along with the large drops in aspergillus and penicillium species which produce also mycotoxins. Therefore, it is my professional opinion that if you allow the G.P.S. RN cold plasma unit to run longer, that the remaining airborne mold levels should be even further reduced. If you have any questions, please contact me. Regards, S te v e Steven Welty CIE, CAFS, LEED AP enclosure: Aerobiology Test Results page 2
18 Independent Tes*ng by World Renowned EMSL Labs THE ONLY PRODUCT PROVEN TO KILL PATHOGENS IN THE SPACE PathogenTime Exposed Kill Rate E.coli 15 minutes 99.68% MRSA 30 minutes 96.24% TB 60 minutes 69.01%
19 Odor and VOC Neutralization Odor Control-The ions produced by TPI and GPS needlepoint ionization break down gases with electron-volt potential numbers equal and below 12 to harmless compounds prevalent in the atmosphere such as oxygen, nitrogen, water vapor and carbon dioxide. The resultant compounds are a function of the entering contaminants into the plasma field. A simple example would be formaldehyde, which is produced by building furnishings and thought to be carcinogenic, breaks down to carbon dioxide and water vapor, thus eliminating the health hazard. Another example is ammonia that is produced by occupants (typical body odor smell), breaks down to oxygen, nitrogen and water vapor. As you can see, what chemical you start with determines how it reacts with the ionization field and how it breaks down.
20 Chemical Compounds Plasma Can Easily Control CHEMICAL FORMULA Electron Volt Xylene C8H10 7.89 Styrene C 8H 8 8.46 Methyl Ethyl Ketone C 3H 8O 9.52 Ammonia NH3 10.07 Acetaldehyde CH3CHO 10.23 Ethyl Alcohol C2H5OH 10.48 Formaldehyde CH2O 10.88 Oxygen O2 12.07 Methane CH4 12.61
21 Independent Tes1ng on a 2,400 sqY Oce 3765 ug/m3 Ini1al Chemical Level
22 Final Chemical Level 231 ug/m3
23 IAQ Applications for Phenomenal Aire
24 Applications First and Foremost Your Home HVAC System OA Reduc*on Cri*cal Environment Education Wai1ng Areas Hospitality Pa1ent Rooms Worship Burn Center Veterinary Cancer Center Sports Arenas TB Isola1on Restaurants DOD / State Dept. Businesses Day Care Centers Nursing Homes Pathogen Control in the Space!
25 Residential Applications Benefits of Phenomenal Aire in Residential Applications VS Other IAQ Devices No Replacements Parts No Fragile glass bulbs No detectable Ozone Does not harm HVAC equipment Produces Ions in the environment Easy to install
26 Commercial Applications Benefits of Phenomenal Aire in Commercial Applications VS Other IAQ Devices No Replacement Parts No Fragile Bulbs No detectable Ozone Does Not Harm HVAC equipment Produces Ions in the environment Can Eliminate Sick Building Syndrome Reduces energy costs
27 OA Does Not Control IAQ Alone! Ven)la)on*for*VOC*Control* 20.0# VOC# Concentra)on*(mg/cu.m)* 15.0# Source: National Institute of 10.0# Standards & Technology 5.0# 0.0# 0# 0.2# 0.4# 0.6# 0.8# 1# 1.2# 1.4# 1.6# 1.8# 2# 2.2# 2.4# 2.6# Ven)la)on*Rate*(AC/Hr)*
28 Ven*la*on Rate Procedure w/o Energy Recovery Unit Typical Classroom w/30 People
29 IAQ Procedure with Energy Recovery Unit Typical Classroom w/30 People Wall Unit w/TPI
30 Ventilation Rate Procedure w/o Energy Recovery Unit Typical Classroom w/30 People
31 IAQ Procedure with Energy Recovery Unit Wall Unit w/TPI Typical Classroom w/30 People
32 The Big Picture w/ OA Reduction Atlanta Area Schools (120,000 ft) Typical First Cost Savings = $300,000 to $400,000 or $2.50/ft Typical Annual Energy Savings = $48,000 or $0.40/ft TPI Adds VALUE Not Cost!
33 System Comparison Summary 450 CFM OA No *ERU or IAQP & Filtration 3.10 T 150 CFM OA using IAQP & ltration 1.04 T 450 CFM OA with *ERU 1.00 T 150 CFM OA with *ERU & IAQP &Filtration 0.33 T *ERU Energy Recovery Unit
34 Benefits of Needlepoint Bi- Polar Ionization Lower First Cost Increased Ion Concentration Increased Energy Savings No Replacement Parts Required Improved IAQ Mold, Bacteria & Virus Control Static Electricity Control Odor Control No Harm to HVAC Equipment Reduced Allergens Compact and Fits Every Application Essentially No Maintenance
35 Overview of the History of IAQ Devices
36 Other IAQ Devices UV Light generator. These generate UV Light to kill germs and other living organisms, as UV light is harmful to all living things. They usually can achieve a very high kill-rate in non-moving to slow moving systems. The kill rates are dependent on UV light intensity and contact time. Just like UV light can damage your skin on bright days during long exposure, it does little to your skin in very short exposures. UV light systems cannot work without seeing or contacting the material (ie. Spore, bacteria, virus, etc.) However, they do not remove dust particulates, odors, gases (e.g. VOCs or volatile organic compounds). This type of IAQ device is typically used to keep mold on the coils. It will do a good job on the areas it directly shines on, while other areas might see mold growth. Most manufacturers require the UV light remain continually on to help extend the life of the expensive bulb. Also, the remnants of the dead germs, fungi or pollen that have been killed by UV radiation would be recirculated back into the air. The UV lights must be replaced periodically. The UV lights are known to degrade any polymeric material it shines on in the HVAC system due to the lack of UV absorbers in these polymers ( plastics, vinyl, etc.)
37 Other IAQ Devices Photocatalytic generator. These devices shine UV light onto Titanium Dioxide ( TiO ) which produces OH radicals. OH radicals are 2 extremely reactive and only last a milisecond. These devices have the same advantages and disadvantages as UV devices. However, the Hydroxyl radicals will react with pathogens, odor and VOCs to control these contaminants. In general this class is weak in protection against particulate matter, which is the major contaminant in a haze situation. The UV lights must be replaced periodically and will degrade polymers. Ozonizer. These generate ozone in order to kill germs, remove odor & VOCs. They are usually quite successful in doing this. However, because ozone is itself a dangerous contaminant (as listed by the US EPA and Singapore's National Environmental Agency), this should only be used in low trac areas (like rubbish dumps) never used in indoor applications where people live, work, play, etc. The bulbs must be replaced every year or so.
38 More IAQ Devices Advanced Hydrated Photocatalytic Oxidation technology Basically, it is a broad spectrum high intensity UV light, targeted on a patent-pending quad- nano Xtreme quad metallic catalyst, in a moist atmosphere. This will produce hydroxyl and super oxide ions (ROS Reactive Oxygen Species ). Low moisture will produce lower ions. These are typically installed on the supply side which provide no treatment for the coils. They are also continuous on operation to extend bulb life. This technology produces ozone and UV bulb must be replaced every 2-3 years. Same problems with UV polymer degradation.
39 More IAQ Devices Electret or electrostatic lter. These lters are given a permanent electrostatic charge which traps dust particles. The most common lters of this type are 3M lters, and some lters made to be tted into the air-con. Their maximum eciency is normally only 60% of a True HEPA, with the actual operating eciency is far lower, usually lower than that of a HEPA-type lter. But they are cheaper to maintain. Electronic air cleaner. These work in a similar way with electret lters, but are made of aluminum, and use electricity to charge the plates. Like the electret, their maximum eciency is normally only 60% of a True HEPA, with the actual operating eciency being far lower. Their advantage is that they are washable, so there are some savings. Their disadvantage is that they produce ozone, which is a contaminant, and they produce sparks and pops during operation
40 More IAQ Devices Activated carbon lter. This is usually used as a prelter (i.e. the lter used to trap larger particles to extend the lifespan of main lters), because of its usually low ltration rate. It is strong in removing odour. However, do check how thick and big the lter is, as some versions of carbon lters are so "sparse" that their eectiveness is extremely low. Old Plasma Ion Tube Technology ( Bi-Polar Ionization) plasma cluster ion technology using UV glass tubes with wire mesh over tubes to create ions. High voltage is applied to UV tube which discharges to the metal sleeve. This creates ions and ozone. The problem is in reducing the voltage to reduce ozone, will create lower amount of ions. Tubes have to be replaced every 1-2 years.
41 Technology Comparison TPI Corona UV Technology Photocatalytic Ozonizer Adv. Phenomenal Discharge Ion Photocatalytic Aire Does unit create detectable ozone No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Does unit require fragile glass tubes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Does unit require replacement tubes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes How often do tubes need to be replaced NA 1-2 yrs 1-2 yrs 1-2 yrs 1-2 yrs 1-2 yrs What is the approximate cost of replacement tubes NA $200+ $200+ $200+ $200+ $200+ Does unit kill bacteria, viruses, mold, fungus Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Does unit have to see bacteria, viruses, etc. to work No No Yes No No No Does unit eliminate odor and smoke Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Does unit neutralize VOCs and Allergens Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Does unit aid conventional particle ltration Yes Yes No No No No Does unit eliminate static electricity Yes Yes No No No No Can unit be mounted in air supply Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Can unit be mounted in return air Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Can unit operated from 24 VAC Yes No No No No No Can unit be submerged in water Yes No No No No No Can unit be mounted in a ductless split Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Does unit HARM HVAC equipment No Maybe Yes Yes Maybe Yes
42 Specifications and Installation of the Phenomenal Aire Series C6.0 CPG IAQ Device
43 TPI Phenomenal Aire Series C 6.0 CPG
44 Specica1ons Air Flow Capacity 0 to 6,000 CFM per unit Voltage 24VAC Pressure Drop < 0.05 WC Power Consumption 12 VA Needlepoint Probe Length 6 Frequency 50 60 Hz Electrode Carbon Resin Air Flow Sensing - Integral Temperature Range -20F to 140F Ionization Generation Needlepoint Bi-Polar Ionization Humidity Range 0-99% Ion Status - Green LED Mounting Box ABS UL 94 Plastic Weight 5 lbs Power Head Dimensions 5 Diameter x 3.5 Hi Warranty = 2 years Made in the USA
45 Installation Installation Duct Mounting Mount TPI Series C6.0 CPG so the needlepoints ( tips in black bar ) are perpendicular ( 90 degrees ) to the direction of the air flow preferably on the return side of the coils, just before the coils. Arrow on bottom of canister should point in the direction of the air flow. Before installing please turn off blower motor Disconnect power to the air handler in which the product will mount Drill a 2.0 hole in the duct, preferably before the cooling coil, but after a prefilter. Do not mount the product before a filter as the filter will stop the ions.
46 Honeywell Wiring Diagram Wiring Remove factory-installed jumper Push excess wire back into the wall opening. Plug wall opening with non-flammable insulation. Terminal Designations Shaded areas below apply only to TH8320ITH8321. Conventional Terminal Letters: Heat Pump Terminal Letters: R Heating power. Connect to secondary R Heating power. Connect to secondary side of heating system transformer. side of heating system transformer. Rc Cooling power. Connect to secondary Rc Cooling power. Connect to secondary side of cooling system transformer. side of cooling system transformer. C Common wire from secondary side of C Common wire from secondary side of cooling transformer (if 2 transformers). cooling system transformer. W 1st stage heat relay. Y 1st stage compressor contaac~t~o~r.",.rJIII'rJIII'- W2 2nd stage heat relay. Y2 2nd stage corseressor t, Y 1st stage compressor contactor. AuvE~~~j~~v./Enn'l:.~~~ Y2 2nd stage compressor contactor. G Fan relay. G Fan relay. L Heat pump oontinuously S1 Optional outdoor or remote sensor. when System is set to Em Heat; system S2 Optional outdoor or remote sensor. monitor when set to Heat, Cool or Off). 0/8 Changeover valve for heat pumps. S1 Optional outdoor or remote sensor.
47 Unscrew top of TPI Series C6.0 CPG while holding the base in place Fasten TPI Series C6.0 CPG to the ductwork through two dog ears or hole markings inside housing using the two self tapping sheet metal screws. Thread power supply wires through supplied fitting nut and then through one of the two holes on the side of housing. Make sure to use the hole that allows for easy sight of LED light. Use supplied plug to seal the hole not in use. Feed wire through the other half of the fitting. Screw the two pieces of the fitting together. ( nut on inside of housing and second piece on outside ). The installer may use Heyco liquid tight tubing (provided by others) or as local codes require based on the installation location. Connect wires to blower motor terminals making sure the hot side (+24VAC) is connected to the red wire inside housing. Polarity on this unit is important because it is a DC unit. Connect the black wire to ground or the neutral wire. Screw cover onto housing by holding the housing with one hand and the lid with the other. Fasten cover to housing with zip tie. Return power to blower motor. Green LED on TPI Series C6.0 CPG should be on, indicating unit is properly working.
48 If you must mount to duct board follow these instructions. I suggest using supplied toggle bolt since it will have a large surface area when expanded inside the duct. You would need to unscrew the bolt from the wing structure, place the bolt through the mounting tabs, one on each side of the housing, then start the bolt back into the wing structure. You will then need to drill a hole large enough for the wing structure to fit through when folded up and push it through. Then screw down the bolt until the unit is snug. Warnings Do not touch electrodes or needles while operating shock may occur Do not use an extension cord to plug in the product Always disconnect power before installing or servicing Always disconnect power before attempting to replace the fuse The product should not be installed behind a suspended floor/ceiling or a structural wall This product is suitable for installing into a duct of metallic or fiber duct board Follow all local and national electric codes when wiring
49 UL 867 Products tested by Intertek/ETL to prove compliance to UL 867. UL 867 Section 37.2.1. "The test is to be conducted in a chamber having a volume of 950-1100 cubic feet with a minimum side dimension of 8 feet and a maximum height dimension of 10 feet..." New UL 867 as of December 21, 2007 requires ozone peak and chamber testing GPS results: Peak Ozone: 0.0042 PPM @ 2.0 inches from needles Chamber: 0.007 PPM (24 hour test) Max Allowed Limit: 0.05 PPM TPI is 1/7 of the allowable limit! This is speciable and all manufacturers should comply!
50 In Conclusion Phenomenal Aire" Outperforms the Competition Cost Comparable or less than the Competition Requires no replacement Parts Produces No Detectable Ozone Does Not Harm HVAC Equipment Has an Excellent quality Record Has a 2 Year Warranty You want Phenomenal Aire in your Home or Business. You want Phenomenal Aire!!!
51 Top Product Innovations You want Phenomenal Aire in your Home or Business