How The RGF Reme Halo System Can Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

In our last blog we talked about how RGF Air Purification systems can reduce air pollutants within your home. In today’s blog, we will dive into the RGF’s REME Halo Air Purification System, touching on where it’s installed and how it affects your household.


What Can the RGF Reme Halo System Do for Your Home?


The RGF Reme Halo installs right into your AC unit. When you turn your unit on, the Halo produces ionized hydrogen peroxide molecules that are simultaneously distributed to every cubic foot throughout your entire home. Each time an ionized hydrogen peroxide is released, it comes into contact with bacteria and viruses, BOCs, and other contaminants, quickly destroying and eliminating all airborne pollutants. The Reme Halo system also passes the charge off to all the dust, dander and pollen particulates in the air. This causes the particles to stick together and increase in size, ultimately making your existing filter equipment more efficient at capturing these larger particles. The Reme Halo purifies every cubic foot of air in your home all at the same time.


To learn more about the RGF Reme Halo System, check out this informative video → 


Call WEATHER ENGINEERS to Learn More About Air Purification Techniques


If you feel like your home is stuffy, polluted and uncomfortable, you may need to upgrade your air filtration system. At WEATHER ENGINEERS, we are able to talk you through solutions to your indoor air quality concerns. Call us today to talk about any of our air filtration needs.

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