UL Ozone Test- 300 CFM

Test results show the IONaer 7000 (PlasmaGuard PRO) reduced the ambient ozone from 15 ppb to 5 ppb after 8 hours of operation @ 300 CFM.

Project Summary

UL Environment is pleased to present the test results for the unit identified as “Ionaer 7000” model, as submitted by Ionaer International Inc. The requested test protocol for this project was to measure ozone emissions in a duct with an airflow of 300 cubic feet per minute (CFM).

Ozone levels in the duct were measured with a Thermo Electron Corporation, 49i model ozone analyzer. Air from the duct was transferred through non-reactive (Teflon) tubing to the ozone analyzer.

Test conditions and results are presented below in Table 1 and charted in Figure 1.

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Table 1

Environmental Test Report For Ozone Emission Testing

Customer: Ionaer International Inc.

Sample Identification: 18762-010AA

Product Description: AIR CLEANER; Ionaer 7000

Product Loading: 1 unit

Test Conditions: 300 CFM airflow 50% RH ± 5% RH 25°C ± 2°C

Test Period: 11/17/2017 – 11/18/2017

Test Description: The product was received by UL Environment as packaged and shipped by the customer. The package was visually inspected and stored in a controlled environment. Prior to loading, the product was unpackaged and subjected to a 48-hour run in period. The product was then loaded into an air duct with a blower set at 300 cfm. The device was then monitored for ozone emissions over an 8-hour period.

Ozone analysis conducted using a TEI Model 49i UV-absorbance based analyzer with a detection limit of 0.5 ppb (0.0005 ppm).

Figure 1

Ozone Levels During 8 Hours in a Test Duct With 300 CFM Airflow

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