An air treatment unit can be one of a few different types of units:
FiltrationAt Air SEM, we have a full range of pleated filters for hot air systems. We have every model and every length in stock. For optimal results, we suggest that you replace your filter every 6 to 8 months .
HumidifierThe recommended relative humidity in a living area should be keep at roughly 40%-50%. If an area is below 35%, this can lead to certain health risks. A low level of humidity dries up the throat and nasal cavity making you more susceptible to diseases like the flu and cold. In this case, a humidifier is ideal to add and maintain a desired humidity level in an area.
DehumidifierIf an area has a high level of humidity (above 60%), aside from potentially causing mold and/or mildew, it can disrupt the body’s ability to cool itself and may result in heat stroke and also trigger certain asthma symptoms. A dehumidifier in this case is the ideal solution to reduce and regulate the level of humidity in an area.
Air PurifierThe air in an indoor area can easily accumulate bacteria, viruses, mold, dust mites and more. Depending on a person’s age and health, the pollutants in the air can lead to short term annoyances from nose, throat, and eye irritation to long term respiratory complications. An air purifier is used to improve indoor air quality by removing common airborne pollutants while filtering allergens such as mold, dust and pollen. Whatever your air treatment needs may be, we have a wide selection of units available from all of the trusted brand names on the market.
Whether you are looking to purchase a new unit for your project or require an installation or service of an existing unit.