What to Know About Electrostatic Air Cleaners

Electronic air cleaners and air purifiers are designed to do the same thing: clean the air. However, while both technologies get the job done, they do so in very different ways. Electronic air cleaners, or ionizers, work like a magnet to trap particles. Air particles are charged and then attracted to a collection plate with an opposite charge. Air purifiers, on the other hand, suck air through a filter to trap contaminants. While air purifiers can cover the area of most homes, a commercial business space or large house is better suited with an electronic air cleaner, as electrostatic air cleaners can clean twice the area an air purifier can.

Here at Southport Home Services, we are proud to offer top-of-the-line electronic air cleaners in Wisconsin for your home or business. We are thrilled to carry products that help eliminate a range of indoor allergens and contaminants from your air. The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) has found that air pollution may actually be as great or an even greater threat indoors as it is outside, so if you have not been feeling your best lately, call us ASAP for an electronic air cleaner designed to help you feel better and breathe easier.

Installing an electronic air cleaner may help you eliminate:

  • Dust
  • Pet dander
  • Mold contaminants
  • Pollen
  • Secondhand smoke
  • Radon
  • Cleaning product irritants
  • Germs
  • Bacteria
  • Chemical odors