Mechanical engineers design HVAC systems to meet code requirements set out in ASHRAE Standard 62. In addition to designing to these standards, engineers also design with the comfort of its occupants in mind, and they consider the cost of operating the HVAC system over time, for the building owners. When a mechanical engineer designs a building ventilation system that has a CosaTron unit as a major component you will reduced the facility monthly power costs and in addition, your initial capital investment for the equipment will be less.
Unlike ionizers and electrostatic precipitators (ozone generators) CosaTron Systems enhance the filter performance through our patented excitation technology. Our units are easy to install, have no moving parts, no negative side effects and when CosaTron grid and generator is installed as a component of your ventilation system, you can design a system that uses less outside air per ASHRAE 62. According to the federal government, air cleaning technology that generates even small quantities of ozone can be a health hazard, and these harmful competitive technologies rely on large amounts of outside air to be effective and cooling and heating that air can be expensive and wasteful over time.
ASHRAE Standard 62 defines acceptable indoor air quality as the “air in which there are no known contaminants at harmful concentrations as determined by cognizant authorities and with which a substantial majority (80% or more) of the people exposed do not express dissatisfaction.”