The Worlds Finest Air Filters
Genuine Air Sponge
Because if it doesn't fit...It doesn't filter !
Air Sponge's Air Filter was engineered to eliminate the many problems found in ordinary air filters. So unique, it's patented!
The combination of it's perfectly sized, permanent frame, and your choice of advanced air filtration media inserts, puts this air cleaning system in a class by itself.
In fact Air Sponge Air Filters are up to 600% more effective in capturing harmful fine particles then the washable type electrostatic air filters. "We invite you to join more then 250,000 satisfied users, and experience the comfort, and security that this incredible air filter provides”.
All Aluminum, Gasketed Air Filter Frames. Won't Rust, Melt Or Warp Like Plastic Air filters. We Warranty Them Forever!
Odd size air filter? We hand make every air filter frame to your exact size. You'll always have a filter that fits perfectly!
Replaceable Air Filter Media Assures A New, Clean Air Filter Every Time. No More Guessing if Your Filter is Really Clean & Healthy.
New Patented Air Sponge Filters "Form-Fit Seal" Stops Bypass and Provide 100% Air Filtration
It’s common sense that air will take the path of least resistance. That’s why we make our filters custom, to your specifications. But we don’t stop there. Air filter tracks have imperfections, design flaws and metal to metal seals that allow severe bypass. To compensate for these flaws our filters feature our patented anti-bypass seal. When your air conditioner or heater turns on the difference in pressures causes an air tight seal. No bypass means your filtering 100 % of the air.
You'll choose what type of replaceable air filter media goes inside your frame. Select the media that suits your needs best. You can always switch to a different type when you use them up.
Ultra Violet Germicidal Light Fixtures.
70% Air Treatment Single Pass Kill Rate
Recommended Application: Up to 1,600 CFM
Honeywell Air Treatment Systems produce UV-C energy, emitting
short-wave ultraviolet light that’s proven to be a highly-effective germicide. The technology is widely used in hospitals, pharmacies, and kitchens to kill airborne and surface microorganisms like mold and bacteria.Now homeowners can benefit from UV products, too.
Honeywell lamps are ozone free. They come with a five-year limited warranty.
And lamp replacement is a snap. For your cooling system.
UV-C light kills airborne and surface bacteria.
Continuously emits ultraviolet energy. UV lamp does not produce ozone.
Sealed unit design prevents accidental installer and homeowner
contact with the voltage and with the ultraviolet rays.
Safe design prevents lamps from lighting unless the base is correctly
mounted on the HVAC duct.
Light pipe to safely view the lamp operation.
Power cord that plugs into 120 Vac electrical outlet.
Quick and easy lamp replacement & Easy lamp maintenance.
AIRWATCH™ Indicator can be installed to remind customers when to change the lamp. To capture and minimize microorganism pass-through in residential heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, combine the Ultraviolet Air Treatment System with a high-efficiency air filtration system that includes an electronic air cleaner.
75% Air Treatment Single Pass Kill Rate
Recommended Application: Up to 1,725 CFM
99.9% Surface Treatment Single Pass Kill Rate
Recommended application: Any Residential System
87% Air Treatment Single Pass Kill Rate
Recommended Application: Up to 2,000 CFM
Kill most germs before they re-circulate
Return-air duct models. Mounted in the ductwork of your heating and cooling system, the Ultraviolet Air Treatment System continuously emits ultraviolet (UV) energy that kills a high percentage of airborne bacteria passing by the light. Honeywell uses special UV lights that don't produce ozone, unlike most UV products.
Prevent mold spores from growing on your system's cooling coils
Coil irradiation model. Mounted above your central air conditioner's cooling coil, the Ultraviolet light continuously bathes cooling system components with mold stopping UV energy.
Specially designed for maximum performance and safety!
UV Air Treatment products by Honeywell feature a unique design with a patent pending lamp drive system for maximum performance, a special safety design that won't let bulb light unless properly mounted to the duct, and a special light pipe to safely view the bulb operation.
*Test by independent lab was conducted on one sample. Bacteria were injected into a test duct and surviving bacteria were counted.
1Test performed in a test duct showed a 3-log(99.9%) reduction in colony-forming Aspergillus Niger mold spores when surface was irradiated at a distance of 18 inches for 3 hours in still air, using new bulbs.
2Test performed showed an 87% single pass kill rate of Serratia Marescens bacteria in a clean metal 12 inches x 25 inches duct at an airflow rate of 2000 cfm using new bulbs.
3Test performed showed a 70% single pass kill rate of Serratia Marcescens bacteria in a clean metal 12 inches x 25 inches duct at an airflow rate of 2000 cfm using new bulbs.
THE IMPORTANCE OF WHOLE-HOUSE
Four words can summarize why whole-house humidifiers are important to homeowners- WELL-BEING, SAVINGS, NEED and DEMAND.
Consumer need for Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) solutions has grown dramatically in the past decade, as homes are built more tightly and people become more aware of health-related issues. While air cleaners and ventilation keep indoor air clean, proper humidification is needed to control, minimize and eliminate unhealthy airborne pollutants. The ASHRAE standard range for optimum indoor relative humidity is between 40-60% year round, and 35-55% during the heating season. Controlling indoor relative humidity is important because having too much or too little humidity in the home can pose risks to the well-being of individuals in the home, and potentially cause costly damages to the home itself. Today’s whole-house humidifiers and humidity controls work to maintain RH levels within these ranges.
The Benefits of Having a Whole-House
1. WELL-BEINGThe right humidity level increases
overall comfort. Dry air in the home can foster the growth of bacteria
and viruses, and lead to dry, flaky skin. The American Lung Association
recommends 40 to 55% indoor relative humidity to achieve a maximum
2. LOWER HEATING BILLSHumidifiers can help lower
heating bills because properly humidified air feels warmer than over-dry
air. For example, a 69°F or 20°C temperature at 35% relative humidity
feels as warm as a 72°F or 22°C setting at 19% relative humidity.
Setting a thermostat back three degrees can reduce annual heating
bills as much as 5%.
3. ASSET PROTECTIONGood humidification also
preserves woodwork and artwork throughout a home and prevents
wood from cracking. It also helps musical instruments stay in tune.
4. FEWER“SHOCKS”Static electricity can “shock” homeowners and
their electrical equipment with a static charge of up to 20,000 volts,
a problem that can be reduced with proper humidification.
Types of Humidification Systems:
BYPASS FLOW-THROUGH UNITS provide the most flexible
installation options and can be installed on either the supply plenum
or the return duct, based on what makes most sense in the particular
application. A bypass duct then connects the unit to the duct
opposite of the unit installation. Air is sucked from the supply,
through the humidifier’s soaked clay media pad, and blown into the
return for recirculation through the furnace and out into the living
POWERED FLOW-THROUGH UNITS work best for homeowners
with variable speed, multi-stage furnaces. These furnaces reduce
airflow during extended run times when only the first stage of heating
is operating. Powered flow-through units include an internal fan, do
not require a bypass duct, and can be installed in small, narrow areas
of the supply duct.
STEAM HUMIDIFICATION is another good option and provides
a constant humidity level. Operating independently of the furnace,
this type of humidifier has a heating element that boils water in the
unit’s reservoir when the humidistat indicates the need for humidity,
and is mounted under a supply or return air duct.
Maintaining the Right Humidity Level:
To maintain proper humidity, and help prevent condensation and mold,
the humidistat must adjust or be adjusted as outside temperature
changes. Whole-house humidifiers can be controlled in three different ways:
STANDARD MECHANICAL CONTROL- Standard controls require
manual adjustments daily and put complete responsibility on the
homeowner. While easy to operate, it is the least effective way to
maintain proper humidity levels.
HUMIDITY CONTROL- The control is
mounted separately from the thermostat and automatically adjusts to
achieve the right humidity level. Most humidity control systems are
connected to an outdoor sensor through a hole in the wall
INTEGRATED CONTROL WITH THERMOSTAT- This control is
combined with the thermostat to provide consistent humidity levels.
This option also provides one common location for thermostat and
humidity level control for the entire home.
The logic behind whole-house humidifiers with integrated controls is
simple: the cooler it gets outside, the more the furnace runs.
Replacing the wiring from the outdoor sensor to the furnace sensor
accomplishes the same result. These integrated systems calculate
optimum humidity without the risk of condensation or the
inconvenience of an outside sensor.