RENO, Nev. (PRWEB) February 14, 2012
Smart Fog, Inc. announced this week a new oxidization feature to the patented ES100 – commercial and industrial humidifier. Oxidization adds another layer of hygienic protection against biological pollutants. Ensuring the system will not distribute bacteria, molds, and viruses into the space in building and duct-mount applications.
“Indoor Air Quality or IAQ is a key issue today. This unique new non-chemical disinfection feature not only eliminates the risk of increasing particle concentration but also reduces the concentration well below the EPA’s standards.” explains Ido Goldstein, director at Smart Fog.
The Smart Fog® technology injects oxygen into every droplet dispensed. Smart Fog® De-Correlation technology reverses the correlation effect though a non-chemical mechanical process. The technology reverses the cohesion and maximizes adhesion.
Dust and air borne diseases, bacteria, viruses, particles and spores are attracted to the Smart Fog droplets by adhesion and are oxidized.
In order to achieve 100% dust suppression, droplets smaller than 5 microns must be in the air. Droplets of 5 microns or larger naturally retract air particles, and don’t suppress small dust and other air borne particles. Smart Fog technology provides even 4.2 micron droplets, which are ideal for 100% dust suppression.
Smart Fog® humidification systems are engineered for mission critical applications. The system does not require any cleaning or regular maintenance. The only maintenance requirements are every two (2) years to replace recyclable filter elements, which can be done easily in less than 10 minutes.
“Smart Fog provides true comfort and peace of mind,” says Goldstein. “Pollen, duct allergies and dry skin in the office are a thing of the past.”
About Smart Fog
In business since 1980, Smart Fog Inc. is the recognized world leader in the industrial and commercial humidification systems’ industry. And, all products are manufactured in the U.S.A.
For more information, visit: http://www.smartfog.com.
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