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The Reme Halo® Air Purifier

An air purifier can provide fresh air and peace of mind when you’re muddling through allergies or looking to reduce airborne microbes in your home. We recommend the REME HALO® air purifier to our clients in Tucson, Marana, Oro Valley, Sahuarita, AZ, and the surrounding areas. It can reduce all three types of indoor pollutants, and its unique technology replicates the natural processes of hydrogen-peroxide molecules cleaning air in the great outdoors.

What is the REME HALO® Air Purifier, and how can it provide a clean, healthy living environment in your home? This guide reviews the REME HALO® and will tell you everything you need to know so that you can decide if this air purification system is right for you.

How Does The Reme Halo® Air Purifier Work?

The REME Halo® Air Purifier uses the same process nature uses to purify the air.  In our atmosphere, lightning, which holds a negative charge, activates hydrogen peroxide molecules. Once activated, the molecules clean the atmosphere, leaving behind a fresh, natural smell. Since the REME HALO® Air Purifier harnesses this same phenomenon, some homeowners report a similar refreshing scent.

The REME HALO® is an in-duct air purifier by RGF that can be installed into the supply plenum of your air conditioning or heating system. It uses Reflective Electro Magnetic Energy (REME) to produce Hydro-Peroxide plasma, creating the same effects as lightning does in nature. The plasma travels through the air ducts and into conditioned spaces throughout the home.

Rather than merely filtering out air as it’s drawn into your HVAC system, the plasma will waft throughout your home, actively removing pollutants and germs within 3 feet of their source. It also forces small particles to coagulate, making it easier for your existing filter to catch and remove pollutants from the circulating air.

The new and improved REME HALO® design also features a higher ionized hydroperoxide output to achieve a faster kill rate for microbes in the air. Ionized zinc adds a powerful surface disinfectant to the plasma. This system also drops more particulates from the air, so it improves air conditions for those with allergies and respiratory issues. It has a quick-release feature for replacing the cell and an adjustable shroud to customize your oxidized plasma output.

What Pollutants Can The Air Purifier Remove Or Reduce?

The REME HALO® is more capable than many air filter technologies on the market. While most systems can reduce only some categories of contaminants, the REME HALO® is effective against all three main types of indoor air pollutants:
  • Particulates: The REME HALO® Air Purifier is effective against pollen, mold spores, pet dander and dust. Regular air filters trap particles as they enter through an HVAC’s air handler. In less effective systems, the smallest particles will bypass the filter and return to your conditioned living spaces. The REME HALO® will circulate purifying plasma throughout your home. This plasma proactively reduces even small particles by forcing them to stick together and drop. Your air filter can then more easily trap the particulates. The REME manufacturer tests show that the ionized hydrogen-peroxide improves a standard filter’s efficiency at removing .03 micron particulates up to 73%.
  • Microbes: The REME HALO® Air Purifier has been tested and proven to reduce airborne and surface bacteria and viruses. These tests have studied a variety of contaminants, including MRSA, E. coli and Norwalk, and the technology kills up to 99% of viruses, bacteria, and mold. Because oxidized plasma travels through the air, it reduces sneeze germs by 99% in the amount of time it takes a sneeze to spread 3 feet. The improved design and zinc ion technology are also effective at killing 99% of viruses on hard surfaces.
  • Gases: The REME HALO® is powerful against gases, meaning it can eliminate odors throughout your home. It removes unpleasant or musty smells from cooking, cigarette smoke, pets, diapers, perfume, trash, and dirty laundry, replacing them with the fresh scent of clean air. Manufacturer testing has shown that the product is effective at reducing Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) such as formaldehyde in the air.

REME HALO® vs Air Scrubber – Which one is better?

Research shows that air scrubbers available on the market use electrostatic technology, ionization, and ozone generation technology. Consequently, they can emit ozone into your home. Ozone is a toxic, unstable, and colorless gas that contains three oxygen atoms.


If you choose an air scrubber, you will have a higher risk of getting affected by ozone. Although it can eliminate chemicals, bacteria, and viruses from the indoor space, ozone emissions can damage your lungs and airways.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), ozone emission from the air scrubber can lead to shortness of breath, chest tightness, coughing, flu, cold, and other respiratory conditions. That’s why it is crucial to do your research before purchasing or installing an air scrubber.


On the other hand, the REME HALO® air purifier does not emit ozone or any other harmful gases in the indoor space, meaning it is safe, reliable, and effective than other untested products available on the product.


The REME HALO® air purifier produces hydrogen peroxide plasma molecules in the indoor space. Remember, these molecules exist in the air naturally, meaning they don’t harm human health. So, the REME HALO® is a much better product than air scrubbers.

Call Now For More Information On Reme Halo and Reme Halo-LED and Other Indoor Air Quality Products

Protect you and your family with better air quality! You can call AIR4U for Reme Halo installation in Tucson, Marana, Oro Valley, Sahuarita, AZ and the surrounding areas, and we will send a technician to your location to explain all the features and benefits or the Reme Halo. Call (888) 702-4748 or text us at (520) 277-7747 today!

Have questions?  Submit a request through our online request form or give us a call and our specialist will help guide you through the different indoor air quality options.