Air purification systems are the best way to deliver affordable and reliable Indoor Air Quality for your home. The whole-home air purification solution installs in your ductwork and can purify every cubic foot of air inside your living space. The Ultimate Air Purifier treats the entire conditioned space, sweeping the home and eliminating indoor air pollutants at the source.
Our all-new Ultimate air purification system provides homes in Jacksonville FL with the best air purifier around. This air purifier uses a unique new indoor air quality process to naturally generate ionic oxidizers that actively seek out and purify pollutants in the air AND on surfaces.
The Ultimate Air Purifier does all of the following:
RGF® Environmental Group Study:
RGF® Environmental Group, Inc., a leading environmental design and manufacturing company, has released the results of a third-party study that reveals the efficacy of the air purifier against the SARS-CoV-2 virus to be 99.9%, commonly known as the coronavirus 2019 or COVID-19.
Enjoy Odor and Germ-Free Indoor Air & Surfaces!
The Ultimate Air Purifier generates natural oxidizers that seek out and break down pollutants in the air and on surfaces anywhere conditioned air is supplied. This home air purification system is one of the best air purifiers on the market!
Active Air Purification
The Ultimate Air Purifier uses a unique bi-polar ionization system providing your air with both positive and negative ion technology that encourages particles in the air to gather together, making even your existing air filter system better and more efficient than before.
In addition to the IPG feature, this air purification system features PX5 Technology consisting of UV light energy combined with a 5-metal, quint-metallic core, which purifies the air with active air scrubbers. The high airflow design ensures that your IPG can handle the air volume from today’s High Seer and commercial HVAC systems.
These technologies combine to make the Ultimate Air Purifier a virtually maintenance-free unit that reduces odors, air pollutants, VOCs, smoke, mold, bacteria, and viruses!
What Are the Regional and Commercial HVAC Equipment Testing Standards?
Effective January 1, 2023, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) will update its efficiency and testing standards for residential and commercial HVAC equipment. All regulatory changes will differ by product type and region. Since the updated standards will result in price increases across all HVAC contractors, now is the time to buy the equipment you need for your home or business.
The minimum efficiency standards for residential and commercial air conditioners and heat pumps manufactured after January 1, 2023, will increase. This change will increase production efficiency and national energy savings while decreasing national energy consumption.
Northern U.S. & Canada
All split-system air conditioners, split-system heat pumps, and packaged units manufactured after January 1, 2023, must meet the updated standards. However, split-system air conditioners, split-system heat pumps, and packaged units manufactured before January 1, 2023, can be installed indefinitely. The efficiency rating for air conditioners will increase from 13 SEER to 15 SEER in these regions.
Split-system air conditioners manufactured before January 1, 2023, can’t be installed once the updated standards take effect. All installations of products that don’t meet the new standards must be completed by December 31, 2022. However, split-system heat pumps, single-packaged air conditioners, and single-packaged heat pumps manufactured after January 1, 2023, can be installed indefinitely. The efficiency rating for air conditioners will increase from 14 SEER to 15 SEER in both the Southwest and Southeast regions.
In addition to higher minimum efficiency standards, the M1 testing procedures used for residential and 3 to 5-ton light commercial, single-phase equipment manufactured on or after January 1, 2023, will increase. This change will produce more accurate SEER, EER, and HSPF efficiency ratings. Manufacturers will be required to re-test equipment using the new M1 Standard requirements as well as publish equipment efficiency ratings using the new efficiency metrics of SEER2, EER2, and HSPF2.