Introducing our most advanced whole-house air treatment system yet. APCO-X is the result of ten years of APCO development. It will revolutionize indoor air quality with significantly improved performance, functionality, and reliability.
- 33% more effective than previous model in laboratory tests
- V-Twin element with over 65% more effective carbon surface area
- EverCarbon™ cells with proprietary antimicrobial nanotechnology
- 3 year UV-C lamp
- LED status and lamp fault indicator
- Translucent polycarbonate housing
- Face-plate rotates for vertical or horizontal installation
The Other Two Thirds
APCO-X combines UV-C light and our proprietary EverCarbon™ cells to safely reduce odor-causing VOCs and biological contaminants. For the remaining third (particulates) consider adding a Fresh-Aire UV Purity Low Profile polarized HVAC filter.
Validated Ozone Free
Fresh-Aire UV APCO is the first UV/PCO based air purification product line to achieve the UL environmental claim validation (UL-2998) which identifies air purification systems that emits zero ozone. They are then listed in the UL SPOT database of sustainable products
Complete IAQ Solution
APCO-X or APCO-X Dual (which includes a second UV-C light for coil disinfection) can be combined with our Purity Low Profile polarized electronic filter system for a complete and comprehensive indoor air quality solution.
- VOC Chemical vapors and odors
- Mold, bacteria, viruses, and allergens
- Particulates, dust, pet dander, spores, dust mites etc.
APCO-X Dual includes a second UV-C light for additional HVAC coil disinfection.
Pollutants that can affect indoor air quality can be placed into two main categories:
- Particulate matter includes dust, smoke, pollen, animal dander, tobacco smoke, particles generated from combustion appliances such as cooking stoves, and particles associated with tiny organisms such as dust mites, molds, bacteria, and viruses.
- Gaseous pollutants (also known as VOCs or volatile organic compounds) come from combustion processes. Sources include gas cooking stoves, vehicle exhaust, and tobacco smoke. They also come from building materials, furnishings, and the use of products such as adhesives, paints, varnishes, cleaning products, and pesticides.
Several factors contribute to ensuring healthier indoor air quality. Higher quality air purifiers have the capability to filter pollutant particles such as dust, pollen, and tobacco smoke. Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are a different issue to address.
If you’re looking to purchase an air purifier and you don’t currently have a forced air system, there are portable models available. They have the ability to remove more particles at high speeds and can do so quietly and efficiently.
UV Germicidal Lights
It’s long been known that UVC light has germ-killing properties. UVC light frequency is filtered out by the Earth’s atmosphere; therefore, microorganisms have no defense against it. UVC light penetrates cell walls of microorganisms and scrambles their DNA to prevent them from reproducing.