Here we explore why indoor air quality needs a proactive solution, rather than a reactive one.
The final polish in removing residual ozone
Activated-carbon filters remove residual ozone before extraction. This is important when the extraction point is at low level, is close to an open window or near to an air-intake louvre.
The benefits of activated-carbon filters
Activated carbon filters are is a great way of removing ozone from air. Traditionally, they’re a sponge that absorbs gaseous odours. But these quickly get saturated and need regular replacement.
Our ozone-based technology is a much more efficient alternative.
Our activated-carbon filters remove residual ozone before extraction and also act as a final polish, further oxidising any residual odour molecules that become trapped on the activated carbon surface. That’s vital when the extraction point is low, or when it’s close to an open window or an air-intake louvre.
Activated carbon filters:
- Offer effective ozone control
- Units weigh only 18kg
- Offer low pressure drop – 120Pa
- Incur no extra costs over standard Discarb cells.
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Activated Carbon Case Studies
The Architect, Chester
An excellent, traditional Brunning and Price chain pub restaurant serving fresh food, cask ales and fine wines. Plasma Clean worked with The Architect and Chester’s EHOs, after complaints from local residents.
South Lodge, West Sussex
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