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Clean Your Facility’s Indoor Air with GPS Bipolar Ionization Technology

Indoor air quality has always been important, but while the current pandemic has significantly increased the emphasis companies place on the cleanliness of their facilities, the air within their facilities may be overlooked. A GPS bipolar ionization system can help.

For businesses that are currently open, you often see employees hard at work cleaning common areas, and many have adjusted their hours to allow for more extensive cleaning. Likewise, businesses that are slated to open soon have been busy preparing the inside of their space and putting procedures into place to keep their facilities as clean as possible for when their employees and customers return. While surface areas are now getting the regular cleaning they need – what about the air inside your building?

With GPS bipolar ionization technology from Global Plasma Solutions, Yale Mechanical has a new, affordable option to help purify your indoor air and give you added peace of mind that you’re doing everything possible to keep your space clean. In fact, a recent laboratory study results showed that at 10 minutes 84.2% of the COVID-19 was inactivated; at 15 minutes 92.6% of the COVID-19 was inactivated; and at 30 minutes 99.4% of the COVID-19 was inactivated.

*Global Plasma Solutions (GPS) uses multiple data points to formulate performance validation statements. GPS technology is used in a wide range of applications across diverse environmental conditions. Since locations will vary, clients should evaluate their individual application and environmental conditions when making an assessment regarding the technology’s potential benefits.

Tax Benefits from 2020 CARES Act

With the passage of the 2020 CARES Act, the purchase and installation of new HVAC equipment and building automation systems may now qualify for a more immediate tax deduction under Section 168 of the IRS Code and reduce your tax liability. The new tax law makes qualified improvement property (QIP) for non-residential buildings eligible for a full tax deduction in the first year that it is placed in service. Prior to this tax law change, QIP was depreciated over a 39-year period. Under Section 168 of the tax code, QIP includes the cost of all equipment and components of the “heating, ventilating, and air conditioning system.”

This can add up to significant savings. Click here for more information on this tax benefit and an example of the savings it can provide.

GPS Bipolar Ionization Technology Provides Effective, Affordable Protection

The GPS Bipolar Ionization System helps ensure you’re doing everything possible to keep your indoor air clean. The ionization technology clumps particles together so a lower efficiency filter can capture them from the air. Independent testing shows kill rates as high as 99.9% of various pathogens and mold spores, which helps keep new cooling coils clean while cleaning up old coils. It also neutralizes odor and helps save energy by cleaning and recycling indoor air.

Affordably priced, the GPS Bipolar Ionization technology starts at just $1,100 for rooftop units, 0-12 tons. It can be easily installed in your HVAC system by one of our skilled technicians, who will follow your COVID-19 protocols at all times. And after it’s installed, we will place a sticker on the window of your building, reassuring anyone who enters that you take indoor air quality seriously. Call us at 952-884-1661 or send us a message today to learn more.

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Ron Gundershaug

As vice president of Yale Mechanical’s Service Division, Ron leads the Twin Cities’ largest service fleet committed to superior HVAC service and energy management solutions. He has been helping Yale Mechanical solve the toughest HVAC problems for more than 27 years and is committed to providing service with unmatched quality and response time.

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