Filterless A/C System

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BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

This invention relates generally to the field of air conditioning and more specifically a machine for improving air quality including removing bacteria molecules. At the present time SUPER BUGS in hospitals kill 100,000 patients annually at the expense of $30 Billion. Historically indoor air has been cleaned by filters. Filter - an apparatus used for catching foreign substances.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

A/C system that applies low temperature system Freon and special coil design. Due to the fact that coil surface temperature is below freezing point, moisture in the supply air will condensate and icing on the surfaces of coil assembly. Foreign substances - dust, hear, smoke ,bacteria molecules, etc. will get trapped on icy surfaces of the coil assembly, When A/C system is on off cycle, ice will be separated from find and it will drop down to drain pan with foreign substances, malt and drain to outside designated area.The fins are assembled in such of manner that air temperature next to fins are below freezing and at the center of fins are at the indoor temperature; thus leaving air is mixed with cold and indoor air,thus temperature leaving the coil assembly is acceptable temperature at the supply air outlets.

Results: Practically clean indoor air . Foreign substances - dust, hair, smoke, bacteria molecules have been removed.

This invention will save over the 10 year period 1,000,000 lives and medical expenses of $300 Billion.

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  • ABOUT THE ENTRANT

  • Name:
    Teppo Jokinen
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    individual
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