Poor indoor air quality has multiple adverse effects, including respiratory irritations and poor sleep quality. There are several options on the market to clean your indoor air, and the iWave air cleaner is one of the best. Learn how this IAQ solution works and its benefits for your Eastman, GA, home.

Understanding How an iWave Air Cleaner Works

The iWave air cleaner uses a patented technology called needlepoint bi-polar ionization to eliminate contaminants in your indoor air. These contaminants include smoke particles, foul odors and volatile organic compounds. The technology also gets rid of certain disease-causing viruses and bacteria.

Your service technician will install the iWave air cleaner inside your HVAC system. The device then releases ions that neutralize these pollutants. The ions destroy certain bacteria and viruses by altering their surface proteins.

These ions also attach to dust particles circulating in your indoor air, causing the particles to clump together. The tiny particles form larger particles that your AC filter can trap easily.


The iWave air cleaner manufacturers added a self-cleaning technology, eliminating the need to frequently call and pay a service technician to clean it for you. Depending on your preference, you can set the device to clean itself after one, three, five or even 10 days.


The air cleaner is maintenance-free and you don’t need to replace any parts. For conventional air cleaners, you need to buy one unit for every room in your home.

You can get portable ones that you can move with from room to room if you don’t want to buy one for each room. With an iWave air cleaner, you only need one for your home to take care of poor indoor air quality.

Environmentally Friendly

This air cleaner’s technology breaks down contaminants into harmless residues during the clean-up process. Also, it doesn’t release ozone, which is toxic to human health.

Contact Pruett Air Conditioning for your indoor air quality and air conditioning needs. We use modern technology that’s affordable to ensure your home is comfortable.

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