Air Scrubber Odor Eliminator Upgrade
We love our dogs. But even we will admit that sometimes, especially on rainy days, the house can get to smelling, well, a little doggy. Other days, it’s scents from cooking food that linger, or the pungent reek of someone’s sneakers. When I go to other people’s houses, sometimes it’s the smell of a cat’s litter box I notice, or the particularly difficult to eliminate odor of cigarette smoke. Wouldn’t it be nice to get rid of those common household smells, really get rid of them, in a way that actually cleans the air?
An air scrubber odor eliminator that uses cold plasma can do just that. The air scrubbing unit is installed right inside your HVAC so that the cold plasma can mix with the air being circulated through your home. In your home, the cold plasma surrounds and captures those smelly particulates, making them larger so they get caught in your intake filter, and it also destroys pathogens such as viruses, bacteria, and mold spores.
According to Global Plasma Solutions, cold plasma technology is currently in use in all kinds of businesses that need odor elimination and air purification, from hospitals to casinos and from airports to nail salons. Users have reported that it decreases odors and even decreased their allergies. GPS further reports that independent studies found that their technology significantly decreased pathogens including staph, MRSA, and E. coli during laboratory testing.
Now you may be wondering, what is cold plasma anyway? Global Plasma Solutions states that cold plasma is made up of “oppositely charged hydrogen and oxygen ions.” These ions occur in nature and “are artificially produced when a sufficiently high voltage is applied to a sharp point.” It’s the weak electrical charge of these ions that enables them to capture particles and pathogens from the air.
Instead of spraying deodorizers all over your house, trying to cover up those everyday smells, you can have an air scrubbing odor eliminator that uses cold plasma installed in your existing HVAC system. And doesn’t that sound healthier and more comfortable for you…and your pets?