Air purification using bipolar ionisation
By using bipolar ionisation, Bioclimatic systems are able to purify the air in a natural way. Adding energy to the air (activation) splits the molecules located near the discharge tube. A significant number of these molecules are oxygen (O2). The O2 is converted into loose oxygen atoms (O1) that are either positively or negatively charged. Other atoms that pass by are also separated.
Air Cleaner Q
Ionisation unit for suspended ceilings
The Air Cleaner Q is designed and build in Germany and cleans the air with ionisation technology. The system can be mounted directly into an (existing) suspended ceiling and works fully automatic.
The units in the Aerotron series are designed for installation in air distribution systems and range in capacity from 200 to 2,000 m³/hour. Available with separate or integrated control unit.