Cleaning up your indoor air quality (IAQ) not only encourages health, comfort, and productivity—it can also help significantly boost return on investment (ROI). Illingworth-Kilgust Mechanical’s IAQ solutions help increase energy efficiency, and extend the longevity of critical assets like HVAC systems.
We specialize in multiple, cost-effective IAQ solutions, such as needlepoint bipolar ionization (NPBI), ultraviolet (UV-C) lamps, and MERV filtration that can help reduce harmful pathogens and particulates.
Now more than ever, providing a healthy environment for building occupants is essential. Our complete IAQ services help you:
Our patented (UL and CE approved) NPBI product emits ions that can help reduce pathogens, break down harmful compounds, and accumulate micro-particles into large filterable particles. After passing through the HVAC system, the ions enter a building's air stream, cleaning air throughout the entire facility.
NPBI also helps improve the capture efficiency of HVAC systems—potentially by as much as 75 percent. This reduction of outdoor air requirement can significantly lower energy costs.
Additionally, we also provide testing and commissioning on our NPBI installations to validate that they are producing cleaner air in your facilities.
We can provide and install the latest in UV-C technology, offering continuous protection from airborne pathogens that accumulate on HVAC equipment. Typically, UV-C lamps only need to be replaced once a year, making them one of the most affordable ways to improve IAQ and HVAC function.
UV-C lamps can be installed either for surface decontamination or airborne inactivation—depending on your unique needs.
Increasing your HVAC filters’ MERV rating is one of the most foundational and low-cost IAQ improvements. We’ll upgrade your MERV rating to the highest level compatible with your system’s fan-speed, air flow, and filter loading capacity. Count on us to ensure correct frame fit for maximum effectiveness, and to replace filters on a regular schedule, saving you from operating with deteriorated filters.