CleanAir-Stat 

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HVAC Contractor Dylos DC1100 Air Quality Monitor measures Indoor Air Lung Damaging Size Particles CleanAir-Stat Controls Indoor Airborne Particles like a Thermostat controls the temperature
Pleated Air Filters VS Whole Home Air Cleaners Dylos Air Monitor & San Diego Forest Fire October 2007 Box Fan Air Filter Air Cleaner

Cleaning the Air using a Residential or Commercial Central Air Conditioning System and High Efficiency Air Filters.

CleanAir-Stat

Monitors Indoor Air Quality using a Dylos DC1100 Laser Particle Counter and Solid State Fan Control Relay. 

You can set the Indoor Air Quality from 1,000 to 50,000 lung damaging particles @ 1 micron size per cubic foot.

Measures airborne particles every 10 minutes.

Energizes a 120 VAC fan control relay when the air gets dirty.

The fan control relay turns on the Fan Blower to clean the air.

When the air is clean the Dylos DC1100 Laser Particle Counter turns off the fan control relay and Fan Blower.

The CleanAir-Stat Relay controls the fan relay in the fan control center in all Air Conditioning Systems up to 25 tons.


Honeywell Round Thermostat

The thermostat has a fan switch that can turn on and off the fan blower. 

Many whole-home air cleaner manufactures recommend that the fan be left on all the time to clean the air.

The CleanAir-Stat relay can help you save money cleaning the air.

The CleanAir-Stat relay can automatically turn on and off the fan blower depending on how clean the air is.

 



You can turn your heating and cooling system into a high efficiency air cleaner by installing merv 8/11 pleated air filters in your air conditioning system.

The CleanAir-Stat automatically measures and controls the airborne particle count in your home or office.

 

 

 


90-294Q 120 Volt Coil Relay

The simplest way to automatically energize the fan blower is to connect a 90-294Q 120 Volt Coil Relay to the CleanAir-Stat Control Relay and run a thermostat wire to the fan control center.

90-294Q 120 Volt Relay Electrical Schematic

When the 90-294Q 120 Volt Coil is energized (terminals 1 and 3) from the CleanAir-Stat the relay can close the contacts (terminals 2 and 4).
 

Fan Control Center 90-118E

Fan Control Center 90-118E

Connect a 2 wire thermostat wire from 90-294Q relay terminals "2" and "4" to the 90-118E Fan Control Center ("R" and "G" terminals).

This energizes the Fan's High Speed.

This is what happens when you manually turn the thermostat fan switch to the "ON" position.

 

 

Cleaning the Air using an Wall / Ceiling Mounted Air Cleaner.


Cleaning the Air using a Box Fan Air Cleaner.

CleanAir-Stat

Cleans the air in a room with a box fan air cleaner.

Monitors Indoor Air Quality using a Dylos DC1100 Laser Particle Counter and Solid State Fan Control Relay. 

You can set the Indoor Air Quality from 1,000 to 50,000 lung damaging particles @ 1 micron size per cubic foot.

Measures airborne particles every 10 minutes.

Energizes a 120 VAC fan control relay when the air gets dirty.

The fan control relay turns on the Box Fan Air Cleaner to clean the air.

When the air is clean the Dylos DC1100 Laser Particle Counter turns off the fan control relay and Box Fan Air Cleaner.

This can control box fan motors rated at 120 VAC / 3 AMPS.



Dylos DC1100 Air Quality Monitor and Solid State Fan Control Relay

CleanAir-Stat

Monitors Indoor Air Quality and turns on and off the box fan air cleaner.  Wired, and Wireless remote control.

 

Box Fan Air Cleaner

Filters airborne particles greater than 1 micron in size

 

 

10/31/2007

 

Clean Air Stat

CleanAir-Stat

www.CleanAirStat.com

digital programmable

control the home's indoor air quality

automatically responds to dustier air conditions

You can breathe cleaner air by simply turning on your CleanAir-Stat with an air filter / air cleaner .

CleanAir-Stat TM is a device for regulating fine airborne dust particles.






Particulate Matter  PM2.5


Particulate Matter (PM) is another form of air pollution that affects the health of Houstonians. Particles larger than 2.5 microns in diameter (a human hair diameter is about 70 microns in width) are known as “coarse” particles. The sources of these larger particles include crushing and grinding operations and windblown dust.

So called fine particles are less than 2.5 microns and are generated by fuel combustion (from automobiles, power generation and industrial facilities), residential fireplaces and wood stoves. Fine particles can be formed in the atmosphere from gases such as sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and volatile organic compounds.

Those exposed to particulate matter may suffer a number of symptoms including, a persistent cough, a sore throat, burning eyes, wheezing, shortness of breath, and tightness of the chest.

PM can also trigger asthma and may lead to premature death, especially in the elderly who are more likely to have preexisting cardiovascular and respiratory diseases.

American Allergy Supply Home Page

HVAC Contractor Dylos DC1100 Air Quality Monitor measures Indoor Air Lung Damaging Size Particles CleanAir-Stat Controls Indoor Airborne Particles like a Thermostat controls the temperature
Pleated Air Filters VS Whole Home Air Cleaners Dylos Air Monitor & San Diego Forest Fire October 2007 Box Fan Air Filter Air Cleaner

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11/06/2007