Element Air Tower Unit - Floor 120V
Element Air Tower Units come in a Wall Mount or Floor Unit versions at 120V 6 amps. The patented Element Air treatment systems are the most practical and effective solution for airborne and surface microbial contaminants, including powdery mildew, total yeast and mold (TYM). Element Air has been independently verified to reduce bacterial and other microbial contaminants by +-99%.
The Element Air technology utilizes broad spectrum, high-intensity UV lights targeted on a hydrated quad-metallic catalyst which utilizes ambient moisture to generate hydro-peroxides and hydroxides that are propelled into the cultivation facility, to provide active microbial and odor mitigation.
Element Air is an active purification system, purifying every square inch of air in the ducts and general growing spaces, only sanitizing the air that passes directly in their path. The Element Air Tower Unit covers 12,000 cu. ft. It comes with a one year warranty and is ETL listed.
The Element Air Wall Mount Purification System Reduces:
The Element Air Wall Mount Purification System Applications:
Large harvest rooms
Any area where contaminants and odors need to be eliminated
Most cultivation and extraction facilities do not check the air for microorganisms on a daily or monthly basis. Bacteria and mold can continuously breed within the environment, plants, and finished product, including extracts. RGF developed Element Air treatment system to provide continuous protection in sensitive air spaces.
Air passes through a REME® / PHI oxidation chamber, which destroys airborne microbes with high intensity UV light rays targeted on a quad-metallic compound. The process develops a highly charged atmosphere of hydroxyl radicals, hydro-peroxides and super oxide ions. This atmosphere oxidizes contaminants in the air with friendly oxidizers. By friendly oxidizers, we mean oxidizers that revert back to oxygen and hydrogen after the oxidation process. No chemical residue or dangerous compounds are emitted from the system. Airborne contaminants in the form of bacteria, mold, and yeast continue to be one of the least addressed issues in most facilities.