Indoor comfort control is more than just temperature control.
It means creating a healthy building environment by purifying your indoor air. Did you know that the CEPA considers indoor air quality a major health concern? Modern buildings are sealed tight which means that air is trapped inside and not only becomes stale, but polluted with mold spores, pet dander, bacteria and toxins from cleaning and personal care products. The good news is that Core One Mechanical Group Inc. provides products that integrate into your HVAC system and work together to clean, purify and humidify your indoor air!
Air cleaners offer an effective way to remove tiny particles – dust, pollens, pet dander, mold spores, fungi, bacteria, etc. – from the air that passes through the building. An air cleaner is given a MERV rating to rate the effectiveness of the unit. MERV ratings go from 1-16 with 16 as the highest rating possible.
Whole building Humidifier
Fan Powered or Steam Generating Humidifiers are independent units that add moisture directly into your ductwork with their own fans while a Bypass Humidifier works with your furnace to deliver moisture throughout your building. A whole building humidifier saves energy in dry winter months because a house feels warmer with the right humidity level. Proper humidity also helps protect wooden furniture and flooring.
You can protect your building and your tenants from allergy-causing mold with UV air purifiers / UV Lamps. These ultraviolet air treatment systems kill mold that would grow in the cool, damp interiors of your air conditioning system. They use the same technology that’s long been used by water treatment facilities and is now adapted for safe and efficient building air purification. UV air purifiers are mounted in the duct work just outside your HVAC system and work with air cleaners, ventilators and filters to keep your tenants healthy.
Ventilators are part of indoor air quality solutions and replace a portion of stale indoor air with fresh outdoor air, reducing energy loss in the process. Air exchangers for instance, let users manually or automatically adjust the fresh air flow. The units retain energy used to heat or cool, saving money on utility bills.