The high level of internal air quality that is maintained in the buildings is of great importance for us to be able to protect our health where we spend most of our lives. Along with the increasing awareness of clean air quality in the world and therefore in our country, work on this issue has increased and measures against pollutants have begun to be taken.
We spend most of our lives in the buildings to work or for shelter. Many studies have proven that the quality of this closed air decreases with different gases and small scale pollutants. One way in which the indoor air quality can be improved is the continuous filtration of fresh air introduced (HEPA), but the cost of consumables of these mechanical filters hinders a continuous high level filtration. These filters when not changed frequently or for a long time, become a more intense pollutant in the places where they are left.
It became clear that to increase indoor air quality, the use of electrostatic filters, plasma filters and ozone generators is much more efficient and more sustainable than mechanical filters. At micron level, high voltage electrical filtering of contaminants increases the continuity and percentage of success.