Have you or family members been suffering from increased allergies in your home, or feeling sick more often? What about bad odors from cooking or pets? Are you annoyed by lots of static electricity whenever you walk around the house?
Fight back against indoor air pollution with the iWave-R air purifier.
Whole Home Air Purification
Buying single room air purifiers may help you address unhealthy indoor air quality issues in specific parts of your home, but a whole home air purifier takes advantage of your home’s central ductwork system. The iWave air cleaner is the world’s first self-cleaning, no maintenance, needlepoint bi-polar ionization generator designed specifically for use inside a central HVAC system. The iWave-R:
- Kills mold, bacteria, and viruses
- Reduces allergens, odors, smoke, static electricity and other airborne particles
- Controls odors from cooking, pets, and VOCs like cleaning products
As air passes through your ductwork, the iWave-R produces positive and negative ions and sends them out through your supply ducts and into your living spaces, purifying the air in your home right at the source of the problem. By comparison, many other air purifiers only affect the pollutants that actually find their way into your ducts.
Is the iWave-R Easy To Install?
Yes! The iWave is a small device that is easily attached inside your central ductwork via magnets. You’ll never see it, and it requires no maintenance, as its self-cleaning design will keep this air purifier for mold, allergies, bacteria, and viruses working hard to make your home’s air cleaner and safer for you and your family.
iWave-R Tested on COVID-19
iWave products have been tested on a variety of airborne pathogens. According to the manufacturer, the iWave-R was shown to inactivate SARS-CoV-2 (the novel coronavirus) using Needle Point Bi-polar Ionization technology. After 60 minutes in the test chamber, the iWave-R had inactivated 90% of the virus.
Trust Kearney for Indoor Air Quality Solutions for Your Home
Not all air purifiers are the same. To find the right one for your house, reach out to the HVAC and indoor air quality experts at Kearney. We’re very familiar with IAQ issues that can plague homes up the North Shore of Massachusetts and into the Seacoast of New Hampshire. Give us a call today and tell us the problems you’re experiencing—our team of certified home experts can find a solution for you.