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Lennox High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) Filtration Systems
Pollutants like dust, pollen, bacteria and viruses find their way into your home's air every day. These pollutants can cause poor indoor air quality, which impacts both your home environment and health. At the very least, poor air quality can make your home uncomfortable. And, if you're one of the more than 50 million American who suffer from allergies, poor Air quality can make your home very unhealthy.
Highly Effective Air Filtration For A Cleaner, Healthier Home Environment
A Healthy Climate ® high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) bypass filtration system can go a long way toward improving the air you breathe. Using the same filtration technology found in hospital operating rooms and science labs, a HEPA system removes nearly all allergy-inducing contaminants, including even the smallest particles and bacteria. It filters and freshens the air, so you can breathe easier.
Near-Perfect Particle Filtration
Healthy Climate® HEPA bypass filtration systems are up to 99.97% effective in removing small, breathable particles, airborne mold spores, bacteria and viruses as small as 0.3 micron. (Particles smaller then 2.5 microns pass throught the lungs and into the bloodstream, increasing the likelihood of illness.) this minimizes your exposure to potentially harmful pollutants.
Three Classes of Air Contaminates
Particles - Pollen, dust mites, dirt, pet dander. Particles are any substances measuring less then 100 microns in diameter.
Bioaerosols - Bacteria, viruses, mold spores, and fungi. Microscopic living organism that grow and multiply in warm, himid places.
Odors/Chemical vapors - Pet odors, cooking smells, perfumes, tobacco smoke, chlorine, cleaning supplies, paints, and solvents. Air contaminants in the form of gases
The benefits of good indoor quality includes a healthy environment, a cleaner home, and a more comfortable temperature environment.
Powerful, Yet Quiet, Performance
The system acts like a vacuum, drawing air out of the main duct, cleaning it and cycling it back into your home. This filtration process involves three main steps:
Contaminated air passes from the duct to the prefilter, which traps large dirt and dust particles.
Air then flows through the HEPA filter, which captures nearly all remaining particles and bioaerosols.
Finally, air passes through a charcoal/carbon filter (optional) to absorb odors and fumes.