Whether you're installing a new heating/air conditioning system or looking to upgrade an existing one, the MA-WH-10 whole house HEPA air cleaner will fill your home with clean, fresh, filtered air.
The MA-WH-10 air purifier is a versatile, efficient, 3-stage air cleaner designed for whole house air purification. It's designed to be easily adapted to existing heating and air conditioning systems using standard HVAC components. The MA-WH-10 has a CFM of 375 but can work in air handlers up to 2,000 CFM.
Operation of the MA-WH-10 Whole House Air Cleaner
The MAWH10 incorporates a three stage filtration system. Air is drawn from the house and is purified as it passes through the filters and is then reintroduced back into your home. The optional UV germicidal light helps aid in the removal of airborne viruses, mold and bacteria in your home. For optimal air purification, your system should run 24/7. If not, unit should at least cycle when the heating/cooling system calls for heating or cooling.
Electrical - The MAWH-10 Whole house air purification system is designed to be wired to a 120 VAC power source that is interlocked with the HVAC system blower. Wiring connections are located in the 4x4 speed control and junction box. All wiring shall meet local codes.
The MA-WH-10 Whole House Air Purifier is Available with Optional UV Sterilization
Why Ultraviolet? UV-C has a very specific duty to "destroy" biological growth - it does not replace air cleaning equipment! For example, the moist environment of an HVAC system can be a perfect breeding ground for airborne molds and micro-organisms. HVAC systems often lose efficiency when bacterial and mold growth becomes excessive. An air cleaner with a properly installed UV-C system ensures a bacteria and mold free coil, because the coil is constantly bathed in UV energy. This prevention of biological build-up results in greatly improved indoor air quality and a more efficient HVAC system.
Another common application for UV air treatment is to help eliminate persistently unpleasant odors that can occur in the home or workplace. While UV does not act directly to reduce odors, it treats what is often the source of the problem: biological contamination in the heating or AC system! Since UV light kills the organisms that have colonized there, unwanted odors have virtually no opportunity to permeate.