Most air purification systems filter and treat the air as it enters your HVAC system. The Reme Halo by RGF takes a more comprehensive approach to attacking pollutant in your homes in the air and on surfaces. Releasing natural ionized advance oxidizer into the air to literally purifier air and surfaces.
The same RGF Advanced Oxidation technology used by the REME HALO has been in use for 25 years in 2 Million RGF cells.Many Fortune 500 companies, US Military, European Union, Canadian,Japanese and Chinese Governments have used this technology for food, medical, military, residential, commercial, marine hospitality, and government uses.
Due to its ability to kill bacterial and viruses on surfaces and in the air, many premier restaurant, cruise lines, hotel chains, theme parks, schools and hospitals use RGF technology in Norovirus/MRSA protection plans.
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99.9%+ Kill Rate of H1N1 Swine Flu on Surfaces
Major US city schools report 20% reduction in absenteeism
4-log reduction(99.9%) of bacteria/virus on surfaces
US Military approved for mold protection on field hospitals
85% order reduction
97% reduction of airborne mold
99% Ecoli, Listeria, Strep, Tuberculous, and Bird Flu
99% microbes killed at 3 ft - Human Sneeze
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From The Manufacturer
"RGF’s Photohydroionization® (PHI) technology is a proprietary technology that is utilized in RGF’s in-duct indoor air quality product line, which provides low energy air purification that has been proven to help destroy mold spores, odors, VOCs, bacteria, viruses and up to 99% of MRSA, H1N1 and the Norwalk Virus, to name a few.
*Disclaimer: PHI-Cell® has not been tested on coronavirus and is not a medical device therefore no medical claims are made. Testing conducted by independent accredited labs and university."
Note: In January 2020, RGF recently donated PHI-Cell® systems to China to help combat the Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV), or Wuhan Coronavirus. Systems were donated to hospitals, the China CDC in Beijing and Epidemic Prevention and Control Headquarters in Nantong.
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The world of HVAC is always advancing, making use of new technologies and new approaches to improve the capabilities of the average homeowner’s heating, cooling, and ventilation systems. Along with energy efficiency, one of the biggest categories of breakthroughs has been the emergence of products and technologies to improve overall indoor air quality. Under ordinary circumstances, ventilation systems can contribute pollutants to your surroundings, spreading bacteria, mold, dust, dander, and other particles that can aggravate respiratory conditions or facilitate the spread of illnesses.
UV light attachments, like the RGF REME HVAC HALO 24V Air Purification System Light, attempt to counteract these pollutants. But how exactly do they work, and are they really worth the investment?
Price is an important consideration when doing home maintenance by replacing your air filters, but your air filter is not only an important component in protecting your homes HVAC(Heating Ventaliation and Air Conditioning) system, it is important for protecting your family against the top concerns of health and environmental organizations such as the CDC, EPA and American Lung Association. Indoor air quality or IAQ can be 200 to 500 times more polluted than the air outside.
When you are buying your air filter online most important thing to know is Air Filters have two sizes that you need to understand the Nominal size and the Actual Size. Not understanding these numbers often leads to consumers purchasing a filter that does not fit their Furnace or HVAC system. See the complete list of Air Filters by Size Rating and Brand.
Not understanding the Nominal Filter Size is the primary culprit for incorrectly purchased filters.The Nominal Size is the usually the dimensions used to Label the filter. For instance 16x20x1. These dimensions are a rounded value on the filters actual measurements. The actual measurements on this filter may be 15.5x19.5x.75, but that could vary by brand and manufacturer. So in order to make sure you have the correct size filter, especially if you are replacing with a different brand it is important to confirm the actual size on the filter. When purchasing filters on the internet the Nominal size is usually found in the product title.
The actual size as you might have guessed are the actual dimensions of the filter by length, width and thickness. This size is often on the filter right below the Nominal size and is usually labeled as the actual size. When you are buying a filter online the actual size is sometime in the product bullet point or the product description. If your filter does not have actual dimensions on the outside of the filter, you can measure you filter to get the correct dimensions. Some brands have a foam gasket on the outside of the filter, in this case, you will want to make sure you have a compatible actual size and that it also has the foam to ensure a snug fit.
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Furnace filters should fit securely but should not have to be forced into position. If you have to force the filter into its slot, then it is probably too big. Forcing an improper filter size in a filter can cause it to buckle, damaging the filter or reducing its ability to function properly. Filters are a smaller than their slot to allow for easy replacement. Some HVAC units may need a filter with dimensions that are unique or uncommon. In these cases, a custom filter needs to be ordered.