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Old 03-03-2012, 03:13 PM
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Anyone have recommendations on a good quality air cleaner?
The good the bad the ugly...Lots of options, looking for any kinda feedback.....
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Old 03-03-2012, 06:01 PM
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Are you talking about a stand alone unit or a whole house unit to install in your existing heat/ac system?
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Old 03-04-2012, 05:32 AM
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I have looked at these and I think whole house would be the way to go, add a heppa filter to your units, and you could look at ultra-violet if you want to really get serious
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I'm thinking more on the lines of a stand alone right now due to the fact in going to need to replace two 15 year old hvac units soon...
I wonder if I could get a stand alone with hepa, iodizer, and uv... That can switch the uv and ionize function off and on?
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We have a small stand alone ozone generator in our utility room that runs 24/7 at a very low setting. Our air handler is located in this area so the ozone treated air is pulled into the a/h and distributed through out the whole house.
Found the ozone generator at Crystal Aire in Canada. We also have one on our trawler that we run. Once in a while to remove the diesel/musky smell.
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We have a small stand alone ozone generator in our utility room that runs 24/7 at a very low setting. Our air handler is located in this area so the ozone treated air is pulled into the a/h and distributed through out the whole house.
Found the ozone generator at Crystal Aire in Canada. We also have one on our trawler that we run. Once in a while to remove the diesel/musky smell.
My ozone generator has a warning to first remove people & pets, and then air out approx. 45 min before going back in after running it. Noticed that warning on most of the units some months ago when I was shopping.
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Blue Air 600 model. High quality unit (no plastic). It Has three large hepa filters and electrostatic. its automatic. it has two sensors, one for dust and one for odors..Around $900 unless you can catch the Costco sale (once a year) then its $450. I loaded up on three of them a year ago. Excellent unit. Check them out on Amazon or Google.

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