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Pureatech FAQ

What happened to Pureatech?
Pureatech filed for C. 11 protection with the U. S. Bankruptcy Court and ceased operations.
Are these Original Equipment Filters?
Yes, we are the direct supplier of Original Equipment Filters for the Pureatech System.
Is there more than one size?
Yes, there are 2 sizes of the Pureatech System. The Regular Size System filters are 19.5 x 18.75 x 1.75, and the Large Size System filters are 19.5 x 24 x 2.
How often should the filters and bulb be changed?
It is recommended for residential applications to change the APV3 Filter at 90 days. This may vary with seasonal issues, dust or dirt loads and toxin levels.
The UVC Germicidal Bulb should be changed every 12 months. It may illuminate beyond 12 months, but it loses its germicidal effect after 12 months.
Can I change the filters and bulb myself?
If you can access your system then you can change the filters and bulb. Step by step directions come with your Filter Pack.
What if I need help, service or parts?
We have established a network of licensed and qualified service providers to assist you in servicing your system. We also have parts available for you to maintain your system. Do not hesitate to contact us for help in servicing your system...800-400-3240
Is the Pureatech System a good air cleaner?
Built to last indefinitely, the Pureatech System effectively cleans all 3 elements of air pollution. Most other air cleaners only deal with 1 or 2 elements. Over 96% of Pureatech System owners who have contacted us enjoy their system and are glad to know that they can purchase Original Equipment Filters and upgrades.
Should I run my fan continuously?
Many variables can and should influence the decision to run your fan constantly. We recommend that you monitor the temperature and relative humidity throughout the conditioned space. Running the fan on your central HVAC system with the Pureatech System will continuously clean the air passing through the system. You should consider several factors including, but not limited to, the location and condition of your system and the associated ductwork, proper sizing of your system, the climate in your area, your building envelope, your comfort and peace of mind. Running the fan continuously in climates that have colder winters and/or hotter summers where the system and ductwork are in unconditioned spaces like attics, crawl spaces and garages can consume extra energy in heating or cooling. If you suspect, or monitoring indicates, that the relative humidity inside your home exceeds 50% for more than 24 hours, we recommend running the fan in the auto mode and investigate the source of your moisture intrusion.