RGF’s Reme Halo in-duct air purifier is a high-tech but easy-to-install solution to your indoor air quality issues. The Reme Halo uses the safe, natural power of hydrogen peroxide to clean the air in your home.

When your air handler blows air into the supply ducts, that air passes through the Reme Halo unit, which produces ionized hydrogen peroxide molecules. The air carries those charged molecules throughout your home. The hydrogen peroxide destroys contaminants such as viruses, bacteria, and mold spores in the air, killing up to 99% of these potentially harmful microbes.

In fact, it’s so effective that one school that installed RGF’s ionized hydrogen peroxide technology reported a 20% decrease in absenteeism! This technology is also used by cruise lines to purify their air and help prevent outbreaks of the Norwalk virus.

Meanwhile, the ionizing charge is passed on to particles like dust and dander. That charge causes the dust and dander particles to stick together. That makes them easier for your existing return filter to catch. Additionally, the hydrogen peroxide captures the particles that cause bad odors, making your home smell fresher.

The Reme Halo operates silently, so it won’t make your existing HVAC system any louder. And it works to clean the air in your entire home whenever your HVAC system is running, unlike portable air purifiers that can only clean the air in one room at a time.

RGF’s Reme Halo is also energy efficient, using about the same amount of energy as a small lightbulb. Plus, unlike high-MERV filters, it doesn’t restrict air flow in any way so it won’t make your HVAC system work harder.

We already use hydrogen peroxide cleaners on the surfaces of our homes—now we can use it to clean the air as well! The Reme Halo is a great indoor air quality solution that can work with your existing HVAC system to help make your home healthier and more comfortable.