Air conditioners are great for cooling down the air and reducing humidity levels, but they are not designed to capture all of the airborne pollutants in your home. Heating and air conditioning filters work to filter air only when the system is running. In most cases, air conditioning systems only operate when heating or cooling is needed (usually less than 25% of the time during heating and cooling seasons). For greater filtration, the system would have to run for longer periods of time, which may not be desirable or practical in many cases. If you are looking for a way to improve indoor air quality without having to run your HVAC system for extended periods of time, HVAC air purifiers are an effective solution.
They are designed to work with your existing HVAC system to provide a more comprehensive filtration solution. They are typically installed directly into your HVAC system's ductwork and use a combination of mechanical and electrostatic filtration to capture particles as small as 0.3 microns. This type of filtration can help to reduce allergens, dust, smoke, pet dander, mold spores, and other airborne pollutants. HVAC air purifiers can also be combined with higher quality HVAC filters for even greater filtration. This combination can help to improve the overall air quality in your home or business by removing more airborne pollutants from the air. If you suspect that your air conditioning system is not providing your home or business with optimal air quality, it is advisable to invite an air conditioning expert to clean the ducts in your system.
This will help ensure that your HVAC system is running efficiently and effectively. In conclusion, HVAC systems can help clean the air and improve indoor air quality. By combining HVAC air purifiers with higher quality HVAC filters, you can reduce allergens, dust, smoke, pet dander, mold spores, and other airborne pollutants from your home or business.