Odor Control

Odor Control

More Cost Effective than Carbon Filtration

Agriair® purifiers reduce the cost of odor removal by destroying odors through oxidation rather than trapping them in carbon filters. Carbon filtration systems involve costly maintenance and frequent filter replacements and they only reduce odors. In fact, Agriair® purifiers are around 1/3 of the expense of running carbon loaded air scrubbers. Agriair® products are built with IO (ionic oxidation) technology, an advancement past PCO (photo catalytic oxidization), requiring maintenance only after 25,000 hours or nearly three years of continuous running. As an added bonus Agriair® not only eliminates volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and odors, but also bio-contaminants that carbon filters don’t even touch. In fact, many states offer energy rebates when our ionic oxidation purification systems are used rather than carbon based odor control!

Odors in commercial indoor gardens can be caused by cannabis plants, decay of organic matter or gases, such as benzene, formaldehyde, chloroform, hydrogen sulfide and ammonia to name a few. These VOCs are often released from a variety of cleaning chemicals, insect sprays and material used in construction. Ionic oxidation technology offers a safe, eco-friendly, chemical and maintenance free method of reducing odors with extra benefits for the health of your growing environment. On average, Agriair® purifiers remove up to 85% of the strong odors from cannabis and other VOCs + sanitize the grow environment from mold spores, mildew, virus and bacteria.

Increase your Security

The odors emitted from cannabis growing and processing can create an unhealthy environment for staff, alert others to your grow operation – a big security risk, and result in potential penalties from regulatory agencies. By reducing odors coming from flowering chambers, gardeners can rest assured that curious passers-by will not be alerted to a thriving indoor grow operation. Agriair® purifiers increase the security of your operation and help growing facilities stay within legal clean air regulations that vary from state to state and are becoming stricter.