When we took over the design, build and operate contract for the Santa Paula waste water treatment facility, the Aerisa System was a central component of our green building strategy. Today, we can monitor air quality throughout the plant and adjust it dynamically all from a central console.
Why Choose Aerisa
Why Choose Aerisa
The Aerisa System provides you with a state-of-the-art solution for indoor air quality.
Our solutions address 99%+ of indoor air quality issues in the air you breathe. You save energy and eliminate most of the major toxins by using ionization technologies to knock them out of your air space.
The Aerisa Difference
Aerisa solutions address most of the problem domains each of the traditional solutions do.
Traditional odor remediation solutions generally use some sort of ‘filtered’ or ‘pass-thru’ technologies and designs. These solutions work by forcing re-circulated, make-up, or exhausted air through or by technologies that treat the air. These technologies are dependent on the use of biological media, chemicals, traditional filters, and customized filters. These traditional solutions tend to address only a small part of the problem … as little as 10%, increase costs of energy consumption, and create numerous environmental concerns.
Aerisa takes a different approach. Aerisa solutions produce oxygen-based ions (reactants) that easily react and breakdown a broad set of chemical compounds (these include volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and possibly bacterial, fungal, and viral compounds). By producing these reactants in the system (supply, return, make-up, and exhaust solutions) that services a room, the density of reactants will treat air directly supplied to a room while also treating any chemicals being produced inside and exhausted from the room. This treatment occurs at the source of contamination which maximizes effectiveness. The reactions between oxygen ions and chemicals in the system will generally produce inert gases and/or precipitates with little or no negative impact.
Additionally, Aerisa solutions create little to no pressure drop and thereby reduce energy consumption significantly – as much as 80% compared to typical bio or chemical scrubber-type systems. Maintenance costs of Aerisa systems are marginal from a materials standpoint but they can be as much as 50% less than typical bio or chemical systems.