EMSL air studies consistently show that the AirSciences passive filters adsorb harmful fungal spores, insect particulates, hyphal particles, and other health-threatening air pollutants from re-circulated air. Studies at the Seminole County, FL Agricultural Extension Center showed that AirSciences HVAC filters removed over 97% of all pollutants measurable by the standard AirOCell Air Test from the facility�s air.
Engineering Services Division of Shermen Industries of Dallas, Texas (Shermco Industries)
The walk-in refrigerator electrical usage test was conducted at CiCi�s Pizza in Plano, Texas. During this test, Shermco Industries documented a 19.46% reduction in energy measured in kWh.
"The favorable results of these experiments indicate that this mineral will reduce the energy and maintenance costs of operating the refrigerator units by controlling the humidity, which regulates heat transfer. �The use of this mineral should also increase the storage life of perishable by reducing shrinkage, retarding discoloration, and minimizing odor contamination."
Automated Test Labs, Inc:
"The data revealed that the unit consistently performed with less power consumption when the filters were installed."
Vizon Scitech Labs:
" The tests results show that airborne acetic acid is adsorbed rapidly and completely (approximately 20 minutes for more than 96% adsorption). "On average a 60% reduction in ethylene gas concentrations was measured after 24 hours."
"Use of the humidity control system poses no biological risk."
"E.Coli and Salmonella will not survive in contact with the filters."
"Use of the filters produced energy savings up to 680 KWHs per week."