Project Abstract

AtmosAir™ and independent laboratory IPAS tested indoor air quality before and after the installation of bipolar ionization technology in a normal use, normal occupancy office building. Electric energy usage by the HVAC system would also be monitored.

IAQ sampling occurred over a four-week period in four areas of the building. Sampling took place 4 hours per day, every day. Testing began on August 21, 2009 and ended on September 10, 2009.

Power draw readings started on August 21, 2009 and ended on September 15, 2009, and were drawn continuously.

The combination of reduction of outside air and AtmosAir bipolar ionization air purification resulted in overall improved air quality with reduced electrical energy demand.

• Energy Savings: 23%
• PM2.5 Reduction: 74%
• PM10 Reduction: 71%
• Mold Spores: 34%
• Indoor Spore Level: 90%
• ROI Years: 3 Years
• Annual kWh savings: 111,850 kWh

AtmosAir is currently installed in over sixty military buildings. The military continues to install AtmosAir in an ongoing effort to achieve energy reduction goals.

Third party testing performed by David Haynes of IPAS