Choosing the right Airscrubber for your needs can be a difficult task. There are many different models on the market, and they all have their own set of pros and cons. Airscrubbers come in three different types: Air-to-Air, Air-to-Water, and Waterless. Airscrubbers also vary by size, so it is essential to know which model fits your application best before purchasing one!
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Air-to Air is the most economical option. Air-to-Air units require water to operate, but they do not need a drain or high-pressure pump. However, these units can be very loud. They may produce some odor because of the water used in their filtration process. Air-To Water Airscrubbers work by using air to push dirty air through a filter where it is cleaned with water before being made out into your building’s exhaust system. Air-to-water is the most popular choice for indoor spaces. Air-To Air/Water Airscrubbers can be used anywhere, but they require a drain and pump to operate correctly. However, these units do not produce any odor or noise because their filtration process uses air and water to clean dirty air.
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