- Destroy airborne microorganisms and organic compounds
- Destroy objectionable odors and toxic vapors
- Are safe to use and do not emit harmful byproducts such as ozone.
- Eliminate contaminants inside the unit
Pleated Catalytic Reaction Modules (CRMs)
Photox™ purifiers all use the same media in their Catalytic Reaction Modules. The CRM is a pleated fibrous mat that is coated with a catalyst containing titanium dioxide and platinum. The bonds of the catalyst on the glass media are permanent. The porous CRM has many layers of catalyst-coated fibers that adsorb contaminants as air passes through. The adsorbed contaminants are destroyed as UV light activates the catalyst.
Photox devices reduce airborne microorganisms and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in enclosed areas such as medical treatment rooms, hospital wards, nursing homes, schools, childcare facilities and residential homes. Photox devices are indicated for use by any persons benefitting from a reduction in airborne contaminants or allergens.
It is recommended that the CRM and UV lamp be changed annually. The CRM, in a normal room with light dust, should be changed once every 8,500 hours or approximately once per year. Likewise, the UV lamps have an effective operating time of about 8,500 hours each or approximately one year of operation at twenty-four hours per day.
Photox™ Purifiers purchased by the customer will be free from substantial defects in material and workmanship for 12 months from date of purchase.