School and Hospital Air Conditioning System
- Taiwan Chinese and Western Medical Center
- Primary school in Taichung city of Taiwan
The factory emissions of sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, waste smoke from motorcycles and cars, cigarette smoke, incense, fireworks and other combustion activities, will be converted into PM2.5 contaminants after the photochemical reaction in the air. In this state, those particulate matters will affect the visibility after the sun refracts, resulting hazy phenomenon, and then easily causing asthma, conjunctivitis, gastroenteritis, urticaria and the other diseases. In addition, the seasonal winds may also transmit the air contaminants to other environments. The particle sizes of PM2.5 are only 1/28 of the hair diameter. If inhaled, as the particles are drawn into the lungs and get stuck in the alveoli, leading to higher rate in getting lung cancer and cardiovascular disease.
The Chinese and Western Medical Center, located in Taichung, Taiwan, has installed the exclusive 3D conical weaving filter in the air conditioning system and ceiling to improve the indoor air quality. A variety of features like bacteria and fungi removal, allergens and odors elimination, and great water ionization capability are combined and developed by PLASTICNET GECOMAT technology improving the air circulation system.
According to Taiwan SGS test report, after 60 minutes of continuous use, the filter can effectively reduce the PM10 contaminants and fine particles of PM2.5 up to 99.9%. With the 3D structure design, increasing filter surface will produce higher air permeability and helps in saving more energy.