Wednesday, May 10, 2006


EcoQuest Fresh Air Doesn't Need Ozone

The EcoQuest Fresh Air purifier doesn't need ozone to do a great job of cleaning the air in your home or office.

While older models of the Fresh Air used ozone, as well as other EcoQuest air purifiers, because of advancements in air purification technology in the last few years, ozone is no longer needed as a primary component of the air cleaning process.

During normal operation of your Fresh Air the setting of "Normal" should be used. When you have a particularly bad odor problem then, and only then, should the "High" mode be used. When operating the Fresh Air in "High" mode it will introduce a small amount of ozone to the cleaning process.

During high mode start out with the air purifier setting at 250 sq ft for the first 24 hours of operation and then gradually increase the setting until you reach the square footage of the area affected. I would recommend increasing the square footage setting to no more than 250 sq ft, or one click, on the Purifier Up button for every 24 hour period.

You will eventually reach the "ah ha" moment when you know the Fresh Air is at the perfect setting for your indoor space.

The "Away" mode should only be used if the house or office space will be completely unoccupied for the duration of the Away cycle. During the Away mode the Fresh Air purifying process is turned up to the highest level for either 2, 4, 6, or 8 hours.

The "Away" mode is intended for serious air quality problems in a dwelling or office where there is significant particulate in the air or a smoke filled environment or a bad and continual odor problem exists.

Use your Fresh Air by EcoQuest responsibly and read the owner's manual for safe and continued operation of your air purifier.

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