Indoor Air Quality
iWave-C Air Purifier
iWave-C is a self-cleaning, bi-polar ionization generator for actively treating a building’s air quality that does not require replacement parts in a year or two like competing UV lights or other ionizer technologies. In addition, the iWave-C produces and maintains unparalleled ionization output and capabilities. As the air flows past the iWave-C, the device emits positive and negative ions, creating a plamsa region that actively purifies the supply air, killing mold, bacteria and viruses in the coil and living space. The ionization process also reduces allergens, smoke and static electricity, as well as controlling odors (cooking, pet, VOCs) and other particles (no more sunbeams) in the air without creating ozone or any harmful byproducts.
Although suitable for residential applications, the original iWave-C is specially designed for light commercial systems up to 12 tons (4800 CFM) with no maintenance or replacement parts needed. iWave-C can be easily duct-mounted indoors or outdoors, depending on the application. iWave-C always works at peak performance, producing over 200 million ions/cc, making it superior to other market approaches. Special features include a programmable self-cleaning cycle, waterproof housing, digital display (for on-site visual monitoring) and integral alarm contact (for remote monitoring). In the event the ion emitters become damaged or wear out (after years of service), they can be replaced on the iWave-C model.
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This product must be used in accordance to the following directions by HVACR professionals only.
Cleaning Cycle- The iWave-C comes with a preset cleaning cycle designed to clean the brushes every 5 days. At any time, the cleaning cycle test button on the front panel may be pushed and the unit will initiate a cleaning cycle. While the cleaning cycle is engaged, the display will change to “CLEA”. To change the cycle frequency, hold the cleaning cycle button in for 5 seconds once the display shows “CLEA” and then press it until you see the number of days you want it to wait between cycles: 1 , 5, 10 or 20 days. Most applications will not need reprogramming from the factory default 5 day cleaning cycle.
For maintenance and troubleshooting, consult the instruction bulletin insert for the iWave-C (4-410) which can be obtained at www.nucalgon.com.
Download the product bulletin and other relevant literature here.
Read and understand the product’s Safety Data Sheet for precautionary and first aid information.
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