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ECOS Air Purifying Products
Improve indoor air quality for a healthier home.
For 35 years, we’ve helped our customers create healthier living environments with our premium quality, eco-friendly paints. Our revolutionary line of air purifying products is designed to remove contaminants from the air to help keep you, your family, and your home healthy.View the Air Purifying Brochure
How Do Air Purifying Products Work?
ECOS air purifying paint products contain a molecular sieve which is designed to both stop harmful volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from being released into the air and to trap them as they float through a room. The sieve’s non-toxic crystalline tubes are designed to filter specific harmful VOCs, including formaldehyde, glycol, and benzene.
Using Air Purifying Products
Air purifying paint transforms the surfaces in your home into indoor air filters. These products are suitable for coating walls, ceilings, floors, cabinets, furniture, doors, and trim. They can also be used to seal a surface that’s releasing VOCs into the air. By trapping VOCs, the air purifying product stops them from escaping into the air and contaminating the indoor environment.
THE PROOF IS IN THE PAINT
WHAT IS DIFFERENT ABOUT ECOS PAINTS?
The revolutionary air purifying technology of ECOS Air Purifying Paints combines the base of ECOS Paints with a unique filtration capability that removes contaminants such as formaldehyde, acetone, glycol and benzene from the air. The result, you can turn every wall in your home into a giant filter, each one removing toxic chemicals from the air that you breathe.
HOW DOES AIR PURIFYING PAINT WORK?
ECOS air purifying paint contains a molecular sieve, designed to absorb a targeted range of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the atmosphere. The sieve (a non-toxic, crystalline tube) is sized to allow small molecules such as nitrogen, or oxygen to pass unimpeded, while larger molecules (organic compounds) become trapped. As a result, ECOS air purifying paint continually filters the surrounding air. Over time, the paint may become saturated, which can be remedied simply by applying a fresh coat of paint.