Understanding Air Purification
You may be familiar with air filtration products, but the
Airmaster Ultra is actually an air purifier. The diagrams
below help explain the difference. Air filters are also
called “mechanical filters.” They work by trapping
particles that are too large to pass through (Fig. 1). They
collect larger particles, but may not be as effective for
many smaller particles. The filters must be changed on a
regular basis, as they fill up with the collected debris
(much like the bag on a vacuum cleaner).
MECHANICAL AIR FILTER
• A remote status indicator is useful when the Airmaster is
mounted in an inaccessible location, such as an attic.
• Airmaster Ultra ozone/UV air purifier with adjustable
ozone output from .025 to .100 grams per hour—
AIRMASTER ULTRA UV/OZONE
to handle heavier contamination demands, including
• Height (including lamp): 16"
• Length: 12.6"
• Width: 5"
• Unit weight: 2.6 lbs.
• Shipping weight: 7 lbs.
• Electrical requirements: 120 VAC/60 Hz
• Power consumption: 47 watts
Air purifiers, on the other hand, actually sterilize or kill
most contaminants. Both UV and ozone are purification
methods. In the Airmaster Ultra, when air passes within
the UV light zone (Fig. 2a), most airborne bacteria and
molds are killed or sterilized. From there, the air passes
by the ozone lamp (Fig. 2b) where odors are neutralized.
Benefits will be provided by various types of RainSoft equipment when installed and operated
The process happens continuously and silently as your
according to manufacturer’s recommendations. Operational, maintenance and replacement
requirements are essential for the product to perform as advertised. All claims based on best
heating/cooling system runs, and there are no messy
available information at time of printing. Manufacturer makes no representations as to the
suitability of this equipment for a particular application. Buyer relies entirely on dealer’s
filters to change.
recommendations in the purchase of this equipment. Independent RainSoft dealers may include,
together with your RainSoft product, a product or component that is not manufactured by
RainSoft or their parent company, AWTP, LLC. Any non-RainSoft product may be covered by the
manufacturer of that product, and is not covered by the RainSoft warranty. AWTP, LLC does not
warrant that your RainSoft product and the non-RainSoft product will perform properly when used
together, and assumes no liability therefore.
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