Air Quality Innovation Starts at Home
Research and Innovations Indoor air filtration systems are improving due to poor outside air quality, especially in high-populated areas such as Toronto.
Due to poor outside air quality — especially in highly populated areas like Toronto — HVAC engineers are working on improving air filtration systems for indoor cooling and heating equipment. Today’s ductless air conditioners and heat pumps are equipped with very sophisticated filtration systems to reduce the amount of dust and contaminants from the air inside your home.
For example, the residential Mitsubishi Mr. Slim M-series air conditioning and heat pump models have nano-platinum, electronic anti-allergen enzyme and deodorizing filters built-in that kill germs, bacteria, viruses, and allergens in the air we breathe. Unbeknownst to many, the cooling coil in air conditioners can be a perfect environment for mould to grow if left uncleaned or poorly maintained — a very dangerous and even deadly situation for those with asthma, allergies, or respiratory conditions.
Though ductless units have only become commonplace over the last few decades, customers are especially impressed with the air quality improvements provided with newer, more advanced filters.
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