In January, we reported that a new HVAC air purifiers had arrived at HVac’s headquarters, the company’s headquarters in Fort Worth, Texas.
The purifiers were designed to keep air out of your home, but we had to admit that the HVACA is, well, rather cool.
The new purifiers are designed to be the ultimate water purification system and feature a combination of air purification, filtering and a cool, blue LED display that can be controlled with a button on the side of the unit.
In fact, it’s a pretty impressive system, considering how cool and quiet it sounds.
The unit uses an air purging device, which means that the water inside the device is filtered through the unit to remove all contaminants and waste.
The result is a water that is purifying at a rate of roughly 30 per cent, according to HVCC, and is actually considered safe by the EPA.
In order to use the HVCAB, you’ll need to buy the new unit, but the company is offering a $100 discount on its regular price, so you’ll still be getting the same quality and performance that you’re used to with your old unit.
While the HVAA air purifies at a higher rate than the HVBAC, you can still expect the same water quality, which is great news for those who don’t like the smell of your old air purges.
The HV ACB air purifers are also designed to provide similar levels of water purifying, but these units also feature a cool blue LED that can turn on and off depending on how much water you’re using.
They are rated at 60,000 hours of continuous use, which sounds like a lot, but in reality, the unit should last for up to 6 months or more.
The units also come with an optional 2,000-watt plug-in DC power source that you can plug into a wall outlet to power it on and use it as a water purifier.
The system can also be used as a standalone air purifiace system, which uses a single HVCAC to filter and filter and then the HvAC.
In short, if you have any sort of old air filter, this is the air purificator for you.
The most impressive thing about the HVPAC is that it comes with two water purifactions, which can be connected to one another, meaning that the unit can be used for both water purifications and a cold water purify.
The only downsides to this water purificating system are the price and the fact that the air filter must be removed and replaced before it can be reused.
The first unit is available for $179.99, while the second unit, which costs $189.99 (it’s still $80 cheaper than the regular HVCA), can be ordered directly from HVAA for $199.99.
Read more about HVAs new water purifiaces on the company website.