Mold, bacteria, viruses, urine, food, allergens and more often go uncontrolled and can be aerosolized into the occupant space.
The air we breathe is anything but clean.
It is filled with everything from pollen, dust and dander particles, to odors from body odor, halitosis, urine, flatulence, exhaust and smoke, not to mention pathogens like mold, bacteria, and viruses.
There are several technologies available for improving air quality. CCT’s air cleaning suite of products offers adaptability, reliability and minimal maintenance with a package uniquely designed to handle the nuances which differentiate transit vehicles from commercial building applications.
International Pathogen Testing.
• Positive and Negative Ions are able to inhibit bacterial and fungal/mold growth.
• Higher concentrations of ions increase efficacy on various pathogens including viruses.
• Positive and Negative Ion generation is more effective than unipolar.
How Ionization Works
Cleaner air before you can say Ionization Integration
Agglomeration: The bigger they are, the easier they fall.
Ions attach to micro-particles in the air causing them to be attracted to one another. Once together, the much larger groups of particles harmlessly fall to the ground where they can be swept or vacuumed out. The groups of particles that stay airborne can more easily be filtered from the air, improving filter capture rates.