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Our Bi-Polar products are available in both self-contained stand alone units and in-duct models that are installed directly into your central HVAC system. Whether for a commercial office building, a healthcare center or hospital, a hotel room, hallway, kitchen or convention facility, a gym or sports locker room, our products range in application from 500 sq. ft. to several hundred thousand sq. ft. and everything in between.

Some models are ready off the shelf for straight installations while other projects require a customized solution. Either way, we have the right product for your application.

Please find below some examples of our commercial product line to improve your indoor air quality;
Voltage 110V W/12VDC
Energy Use 15 Watts
Number of Tubes 1
Tube Size B
Capacity 400 sq. ft.
Application Portable Tower with fan. Tower is 16” tall. Ideal for small scale applications where a central HVAC system is unavailable such as homes, conference rooms, offices, hospital rooms, nursing homes, and assisted living rooms.
Efficiency See VOC Chart
ATMOSAIR P2000/P2002
Voltage 110V
Energy Use 50 Watts
Number of Tubes 1/2
Tube Size D/E
Capacity Up to 1,500 sq. ft.
Application Portable unit with fan and filter that can be placed on a flat surface. Ideal for applications where a central HVAC system is unavailable such as conference rooms, offices, trash and compactor rooms, classrooms, restaurants, training facilities, nursing homes, childcare facilities, locker rooms and beauty and nail salons.
Efficiency See VOC Chart
Voltage 110V/220V
Energy Use 4/5/6 Watts
Number of Tubes 1
Tube Size C/D/E/F
Capacity Up to 3,000 cfm
Application In duct unit for smaller central HVAC systems. Ideal for homes, office buildings, hospitals, classrooms, conference rooms, restaurants, training facilities, nursing homes, locker rooms and childcare facilities. OEM: This product is also available in customized versions for application in room fan coil units commonly used in hotel rooms, multi-unit residential buildings, etc.
Efficiency See VOC Chart
Voltage 110V/220V
Energy Use 45 Watts
Number of Tubes 5
Tube Size E/F
Capacity 8,000/10,000 cfm
Application In duct unit for larger central HVAC systems. Ideal for office buildings, hospitals, schools, nursing homes, childcare facilities, locker rooms, training facilities, stadiums, food processing facilities, manufacturing plants and sewage treatment plants.
Efficiency See VOC Chart
Voltage 110V/220V/480V
Energy Use per capacity
Number of Tubes varies
Tube Size varies
Capacity per spec
Application Custom engineered to meet the needs of manufacturing facilities, sewage treatment plants, and other large scale operations that purify the air prior to exhaust or recirculation.
Efficiency See VOC Chart


VOC's Chart

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s) are gases emitted from certain solids or liquids. VOC’s include a variety of chemicals, some of which have short and long-term health effects. Concentrations of many VOC’s are consistently higher indoors (up to ten times higher) than outdoors.

Symptoms associated with exposure to VOC’s include conjunctive irritation, nose and throat discomfort, headache, allergic skin reaction, dyspnea, nausea, emesis, epistaxis, fatigue, dizziness.

VOC’s are emitted by a wide array of products numbering in the thousands. Examples include: paints and lacquers, paint strippers, cleaning supplies, pesticides, building material and furnishings, office equipment such as copiers and printers, glues and adhesives, permanent markers.

Bi-Polar Efficiency Lab Notes:
  • N.A. Data not available.
  • Slowly May not be controllable at high rates of emission
  • (1) Conclusion of effectiveness derived from experience with chemicals in same family.
  • (2) Ionization should only be used in combination with chemical filter.
  • Chemical filters either remove and/or oxidize chemical contaminants. According to Bentax N2, O2, H2O, CO2 are released into the air stream.
  • Ionization creates the same by-products as chemical filters except where elements other than C, H, O, N are present. When other chemicals are present such as halogens, S, A, I etc., chemical filtration must be used to remove substances.

VOC’s Controlled with Bentax
Ionization Equipment Oxidation
Name Formula Ionization
CH3CHO Good 
Acetic Acid   CH3COOH Good 
Acetone   CH3COCH3 1 = not tested/associated
Acetylena   C3H3 = not tested/associated
Acrolein    C3H4O Good
Allylchloride   C3H5CL 2 = with chemi
Ammonia    NH3 Good
Amyl Acetate  C7H14O2  = not tested/associated
Arsine. Chlorodiphenyl  (C6H5)2AsCL  = with chemi
Benzene  C6H6  Slowly(1) 
Butadiene  C4H6  Slowly(1) 
Butane  C4H10  N.A. 
Butylamine  C4H9NH2  = not tested/associated
Butylmercaptan  C4H9SH  Slowly(2) = with chemi
Bu.....c Acid  C3H7COOH  Good 
Caproic Acid  C5H11COOH  N.A. 
Caprylic Acid  C7H15COOH  N.A. 
Carbon Disulfide  CS2  (1) = not tested/associated
Carbon Monoxide  CO  N.A. 
Carbon Tetrachloride  CCL4  No 
Chlorine  CL3  No 
Chloroform  CHCL3  (2) = with chemi
Chloropicrin  CCLNO2  No 
3 Chioroprane  C4H5CL  (2) = with chemi
Creosol  HOC6H4CH3  (1) = not tested/associated
Cyclohexane  C6H12  N.A. 
Cyclohexanone  C6H10O  N.A. 
1.1 Dichloroethane  CH?CHCL  (2) = with chemi
Diethylamine  (C3H5)2NH  Good 
Dimethylmine  (CH3)3NH  Good 
Ethanol  C2H6O  Good 
Ethylacetate  CH3COOC2H5  N.A. 
Ethyl Acrylate  C5H8O3  (1) = not tested/associated
Ethylene  C2H4  Slowly 
Formic Acid  HCOOH  N.A. 
Formaldehyde    HCHO Good
Hydrogen   H2 N.A. 
Hydrazine   N2H4 (1) = not tested/associated
Hydrogen Sulfide    H3S Slowly
Hydrogen Cyanide   HCN N.A. 
Indole    C8H7N Good
Idoform   CHI3 (2) = with chemi
Isopropanol    C3H8O Good
Isovaleric Acid    C4H9COOH Good
Methane   CH4 (1) = not tested/associated
Methanol    CH3OH Good
Methyl Acrylate   C4C6O2 Slowly(1) = not tested/associated
Methyl Amine    CH3NH3 Good
Methyl Chloride   CH3CL (2) = with chemi
Methyl Chloroform   CH3CCL3 (2) = with chemi
Methyl Ethylketone   C4H8O (1) = not tested/associated
Methyl Mercaptan   CH3SH (2) = with chemi
N-Methyl Pyrrolidine    C5H11N N.A.
Methyl Sulfide  (CH3)3S  (1) = not tested/associated
Nicotine    C10H14N2 Slowly
Nicotinic Acid   C5H4NCOOH Slowly(1) = not tested/associated
Nitric Oxide   NO (1) = not tested/associated
Nitrobenzene   C6H5NO2 N.A. 
Nitrogen Dioxide   NO2 (1) = not tested/associated
Nitrous Oxide   N2O (1) = not tested/associated
Phenol    C6H5OH Slowly
Phosgene   COCL3 N.A.(2) = with chemi
Propane    C3H8 (1) = not tested/associated
Pyridene    C5H5N Good
Skatole  C9H9N  Good 
Stibine  Sb(CH3)3  N.A. 
Styrene  C8H8  Good 
Sulfur Dioxide  SO2  (2) = with chemi
Sulfur Trioxide  SO3  (2) = with chemi
Toluene  C7H8  Slowly 
Trichloroethylene  C3HCL3  No 
Triethylamine  (C3H5)3N  Slowly 
Trimethylamine  (CH3)3N  Good 
Vinyl Chloride  CH3CHCL  (2) = with chemi
Xylene  C8H10  Good 
Source: Bentax USA 

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