iWave Class Held at Flick Distributing

On Thursday, October 15th Flick Distributing hosted a training class for the Nu-Calgon iWave air-purifying device. Lance Smith of Nu-Calgon facilitated the training, which was held at the Flick Distributing training room in Harahan. The Indoor Air Quality & I Wave Training Class presented Nu-Calgon’s approach to system sanitization and IAQ.

Members of the FDC team were in attendance
Members of the FDC team were in attendance

Lance Smith explained, “This is a very timely presentation in view of the current pandemic. The iWave uses patented technology, called needle-point bi-polar ionization, to create equal amounts of positive and negative ions. When these ions are injected into the air stream, they break down passing pollutants and gases into harmless compounds like oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, and water vapor. When the ions come in contact with viruses, bacteria, or mold, they remove the hydrogen molecules – without them, the pathogens have no source of energy and will die. The ions also attach to allergens like pollen and other particles, causing them to band together until they are large enough to be caught by your ventilation system’s air filter. There has been actual testing that confirms that the NuCalgon I-Wave actually kills the Covid-19 corona virus.”

Mr. Smith continued “The iWave is produced in multiple models, that can be used effectively in applications from Ductless Mini Splits to Commercial Rooftops and everything in between. The iWave Model M is for mini-splits, the Model R is for up to 6 tons of air conditioning and the Model C is for larger commercial units from 6 to 12 tons.”

Tommy Flick added, “The iWave is proven technology with over 200,000 installations. It has UL, cUL and OEM approvals. It actively purifies the whole house, is maintenance free, has no replacement parts and the iWave comes with a three-year warranty with proof of purchase and proof of installation by a licensed contractor. Dealers see a lot of value in the iWave air purifying device.”

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