IMPROVE YOUR INDOOR QUALITY AIR, REDUCE YOUR CARBON EMMISSIONS & REDUCE YOUR ELECTRICITY COSTS
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BREATHE CLEAN AIR INDOORS & REDUCE YOUR CARBON FOOTPRINT
Naturally occurring ions are everywhere outdoors, and they are constantly working to clean the air. Ions are created with energy from rushing water, crashing waves and even sunlight. Our technology generates ions without producing ozone or other harmful byproducts, so you can freshen the air indoors and breathe cleaner air.
Pollutants, dust, allergens, mold, bacteria, and viruses are all common types of particles in the air. In many cases, you can’t see them. Through the process of needlepoint bipolar ionization (NPBI)™, ions collide with particles resulting in a charge that attracts additional particles of opposite polarity. As a result, the particle grows larger and becomes easier to capture in filtration systems. This is proven by independent laboratory testing to be both safe and effective.
Real time air flow analysis tracking how the air within the building is being circulated showing pockets of unclean air in your building.
Inspired by Nature MET Group Clears The Air of Particles Faster
Ionization Targets Pathogens
Particles like dust, dander, smoke and even viruses and bacteria all can be suspended in the air we breathe, even when you don’t see them.
Plasma technology creates and releases ions into the airstream using your existing HVAC system as the delivery method. When these ions disperse throughout a space, they seek out and form bonds with particles in the air through a process called agglomeration. This creates a snowball effect in which particles begin to cluster together. The larger a cluster of particles becomes, the easier it is for your system to filter it out of the air.
Reduces Virus & Bacteria
Contact with ions disrupts the pathogens' surface proteins, rendering them inactive.
MET Groups Indoor Air Quality Installation Will Improve Indoor Quality, Reduce Your Carbon Footprint, Reduce Your Utility Costs & Extend The Life Of Your HVAC Plant