Introducing Trane CleanEffects, the patented whole-house air filtration from a recognized industry leader. Designed from the ground up to clean the air like nothing before, CleanEffects makes the air in your home feel cleaner and fresher than you thought possible.
Most filtration systems work like a vacuum cleaner bag. Small holes let air pass through but not particles. Unfortunately, the more dirt these systems collect, the more clogged they become. This creates a bottleneck that reduces clean air output, robs system performance, and reduces system life.
Trane CleanEffects uses a powerful, patented ifD corona field to charge incoming air, causing particles to adhere to the CleanEffects collection cells as air passes through. Since your furnace or air handler isn't struggling to work against a clogged filter, clean air flows freely. No other filtration system can compare.
Even the Trane CleanEffects collection element is ground-breaking. Each layer is only 0.08 inches apart, with alternating charges, which makes for a stronger, more effective collection field. What's more, the Trane CleanEffects element has eight times the collection surface of a standard electronic air cleaner, so it's vastly more efficient at providing clean air throughout your home.
There are several ways to measure the effectiveness of an air filtration system. The two you'll most likely see are MERV, or Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value, and CADR, or Clean Air Delivery Rate. MERV is designed for systems with media-based filters, and involves loading the filter with particles until airflow is greatly reduced. Unfortunately, this method only measures one aspect of air filtration, particle capture efficiency. Since Trane CleanEffects operates with incredible airflow efficiency even under a heavy particle load, it simply cannot be evaluated with the MERV method.
Instead, Trane uses CADR, which measures not only the efficiency with which particles are removed from filtered air, but also the rate at which clean air is delivered to your living space. This is a more accurate representation of an air cleaner's performance because it measures the end benefit to you.
It's quiet, too. Many electronic air cleaners emit an unpleasant buzz, similar to a bug zapper, while operating. Not CleanEfects. Its patented technology makes it as quiet as it is effective.
When evaluating any sort of electronic air cleaning system, there is often a concern about ozone levels, especially when dealing with so-called "ionizing" air cleaners. Trane CleanEffects falls well below the emissions standards the FDA sets, even for medical devices.
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Up to 85% more efficient than a standard filter, this air cleaner is widely compatible and requires minimal maintenance - replace the filter every 6 to 12 months.