DON'T JUST TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT
The effectiveness of natural refrigeration dehumidifiers has been verified by independent testing:
- U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY... "Zeolite should not be expected to provide any adsorption area for molecules larger than its pores, nor for molecules for which it does not have affinity. However, the broad range of pore size in carbon makes this criteria less strict than it is for Zeolite."
Why do we use ZEOLITES with the ACTIVATED COCONUT SHELL CARBON???
FROM A 1980 PATENT APPLICATION... "Zeolite exhibits a large adsorption capacity with respect to substances of relatively small molecular weight such as ethylene gas. Activated carbon is excellent in its adsorption capacity of substances having relatively large molecular weight. Montmorillonite is capable of adsorbing water and carbon dioxide gas besides gases such as ethylene generated from vegetables and fruits in their ripening process."
By combining activated carbon with zeolite, individual gas capturing characteristics are amplified and prevent caking together of the activated carbon granules when exposed to moisture laden air streams. As such, when used in odor control (the mix is) seven times more effective than the best activated carbon alone.
Additionally, when used in any of these odor control applications it absorbs sufficient quantities of ammonia to be directly useful as a nitrogen rich fertilizer for regenerative agriculture applications. Regenerative agriculture, if practiced on the earths 3.5 billion tillable acres, could sequester up to 40% of current CO2 emissions.
Industry is just now moving forward...
"Some manufacturers offer models that use enhanced carbon filters. Some use a carbon-zeolite mix. This provides protection where greater adsorption is required for ethylene, ammonia and volatile organic compounds."