How a REME Halo Removes Pet Dander and Other Allergens from Your Home

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How’s your indoor air quality? Allergies are miserable and can wreak havoc on your summer, especially if you have a pet or have seasonal allergy symptoms. But what if there was a way to remove pet dander and other allergens from your house? The REME Halo can help. Here’s how.

What is Air Purification?

Air purification systems work to remove contaminants from your indoor air. They trap the airborne pollutants, so instead of breathing them, your air is cleaner. There are different types of air purifiers, including free-standing room models, whole home purification systems, and central air cleaners. They work with a variety of filters and electronic methods to reduce the allergens in your home and improve your indoor air quality.

What is a REME Halo System?

Unlike a room or central air purifier, a REME Halo is an in-duct system. It uses Reflective Electro Magnetic Energy, or REME, and ultra-violet light. The technology purifies the air in your home and can reduce or even eliminate your allergy symptoms. 

How is a REME Halo Different?

Instead of trapping air pollutants with a filter that’s separate from your HVAC system, the REME Halo does something totally different. Using REME technology, the unit produces charged particles. The airborne pollutants and allergens present in your home react to the charged particles by sticking together. When stuck together, these contaminants are big enough for your HVAC filter to catch and trap, removing them from the circulating air.

If you have allergies this time of year, stop suffering and turn to a REME Halo in-duct system. More effective than traditional air purification systems, it will give you the relief you’ve been looking for. Contact Wilson’s Refrigeration and Air today to find out more about how this technology can help you breathe easier.

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