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3/8/2017 1 Air Filtration – An Energy Conservation Measure Cleaning Air, Saving Energy, Cutting Maintenance, and Operating Costs What’s in the air? <1µm Particulate Gas Phase: CO 2 , CO, VOC’s, etc. Biological: molds, viruses, bacteria Particulate: smoke, dust, man- made mineral fibers, etc.

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    Air Filtration An Energy Conservation Measure

    Cleaning Air, Saving Energy, Cutting Maintenance, and Operating Costs

    Whats in the air?

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    Typical Atmospheric Dust Sample

    1.0m

    3.0m

    5.0m

    0.5m

    Weight/volume

    Count

    0.18%

    11%0.25%

    6.0%1.07%

    6.78%

    80%

    91.72%1.0%

    2.0%

    Effective RangeTypical

    Filtration Requirements and Costs

    Most filters do little or nothing in the sub-micron range

    Over 90% of the cost of filtration is Energy Labor Disposal

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    Operational Benefits

    Extend media life from months to years.

    Operate at 1/3 the mid-life static pressures of traditional filters.

    1/3 of the energy use. Implement ASHRAE 62.1, IAQ

    Procedure. Improved Indoor Air Quality

    Worth

    Mentioning

    Performance Comparisons

    Testing Protocol Available On Request

    24 x 24 Filters Compared At Rate To Bring A Closed Room To Equilibrium

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    Loading Comparisons

    Testing Protocol Available On Request

    All Below Filters Are 24 x 24 Tested At 500FPM Through Face Area

    Typical NYC

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    7kw/hfanenergyperSQFTannually

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    Economic Analysis

    Rapid Return based on:

    Reduced energy consumption: far lower pressure drop and the possibility of reduced outdoor air

    Reduced media replacement costs: fewer filters and half the cost

    Reduced maintenance costs: 1/3 or less the number of change outs and less disposal

    Performance Comparison

    Measurement Specified Filters

    Pre#1 / Pre#2 / HEPA

    DynamicAir Cleaners

    V8 / HEPA

    24X24 inch Dust Holding Capacity (grams) 170 / 150 / 240 2600 / 240

    Media replacement frequency (months) 3 / 12 / 18 36 / >24

    Total Mid-Life Static Pressure (Inches) .68 / 1.0 / 1.68 .43 / 1.68

    MERV Rating 8 / 15 / 17 15 / 17

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    Case History

    36,000 cfm Replace 95% cartridge and Pre-filters w/V8 modules 57,600 kWh/year savings 77,876 lbs/year less of C02 emissions 10 times the dust holding capacity

    Deliverable

    Reduce Fan static by 1 inch mid-life and 1.75 inches dirty

    Avoid larger fan motor Reduce discharge and radiated sound

    levels Extend Media life nearly 10 times Payback in less than 2.2 years

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    Reviewing BenefitsDynamic Air Cleaners when properly applied can:

    Significantly reduce sub-micron particles, airborne pathogens and VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds Odors).Reduce energy consumption by saving on static pressure vs high efficiency passive filters.Lower maintenance costs by saving on media costs and frequency of changing when compared to high efficiency passive filters.Potentially lower ventilation air requirements through ASHRAE Std 62 IAQ procedure.

    Typical Applications

    Any building using high efficiency passive filter i.e. 65%, 85%,95% and HEPA filters. Building with a high density of people. Building using (or considering) the use of carbon

    or potassium permanganate filters. Any building concerned about odors or particulates

    in Ambient Air Clean Room applications Mfg or Pharmaceuticals. Manufacturing facility generating a high

    concentration of particles, like welding or machine shop smoke.

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    ThankYou

    For More information contact: Dynamic Air Quality Solutions

    Joe Pessa860.502.5258

    www.dynamicaqs.com