CORE-Aire by Circul-Aire delivers some of the most efficient odor elimination units for grow-operations of any size.
[Cannabis Odor Removal Engine]
The CORE-Aire series specializes in indoor odor control, which is a growing problem among cannabis producers with the increase in regulatory efforts to minimize the smell emitted from grow operations.
Circul-Aire created the CORE-Aire series to meet the increasing and specific challenges faced by cannabis growers relating to smell - and to do it with outstanding PERFORMANCE, RELIABILITY, and VALUE.
Circul-Aire equipment can be used for all stages of cannabis cultivation. We offer gas phase filtration, HEPA filtration, and UV sterilization:
Our gas phase filtration media is installed within the filters to purify and clean the air in its surroundings.
The HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filters trap pollutants in the air and ultimately removes them.
Since recirculation of clean air is necessary for all indoor grow operations, our UV sterilization technology is used to sterilize and kill any mold or bacteria particles in the air.
The international standard for a quality management system (“QMS”).
Circul-Aire is proud to be among the top manufacturers to hold an ISO 9001 certification.
To be certified to the ISO 9001 standard, a company must follow the requirements set forth in the ISO 9001 Standard. The standard is used by organizations to demonstrate their ability to consistently provide products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements and to demonstrate continuous improvement.
RESEARCH CONDUCTED AT CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY
RESEARCH CONDUCTED AT LOCAL UNIVERSITY
CORE-Aire by Circul-Aire is proud to have worked with Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec for informative purposes to accurately determine our product’s capacities, effects, and long term performance.
The official objectives defined in the joint project were to:
Identify the capacities of existing UV-PCO devices in removing various contaminants in the range of conditions experienced in typical buildings.
Investigate the effects of catalytic deactivation of UV-PCO devices on its long-term performance.
Develop accelerated test protocol to evaluate the performance of UV-PCO devices, and its applicability in predicting the device’s long term potential for air purification.
Develop design simulation tools to predict the performance of UV-based photo-catalytic oxidation device.