Most advanced purification system available
The PureAir™ S PCO3S-16-16 Air Purification System combines multiple air purification technologies into a single, state-of-the-art, air purifier. The PCO3S is a multi-position unit that can be installed in the return air side of all types of HVAC whole-house systems. It features multiple cabinet sensors that automatically detect and send information to the iComfort S30 Ultra Smart Thermostat.
NOTE – To utilize all communication features of the PureAir™ S Air Purification System, the unit must be matched with the iComfort® S30 Ultra Smart Thermostat and an iComfort® communicating variable-speed indoor furnace or air handler.
Improving the quality of the air you breathe in your home must be viewed as an investment in your family’s well-being. There are many high quality filtration systems in homes that are compromised by inadequate filters or disconnected because they were found to be expensive to run. If you purchase an air quality component for your home’s heating and cooling system, research the maintenance costs before paying the installation price.
Why would you want to install an air quality filter on your system?
The contaminants in your home consist of bacteria and viruses, dust mites, animal dander if you have pets, volatile organic compounds which are gases released from household materials and liquids, and bio burden which is biological material in the air, living or dead. Airborne particulates are measured in microns which are 1/25000 of an inch in size.
Most furnaces have a filter attached on the return air inlet. Most are sufficient to protect the furnace and air conditioning evaporator coil from dirt. But you can install cartridge filters that have the capacity to improve the breathing quality of the air in the house. These filters are rated by how few particles are able to pass through them. The rating system is called the Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value or MERV.