A PCT patented, self-cleaning and highly-efficient air purification system that can be easily integrated into any new or existing exterior buildings’ wall and turn them into large scale air purification systems. It’s called “GapS”, and consists of industrial panels that are a great substitute for exterior aluminum facades.

GapS system has been designed like a double facade, which produces chimney effect/natural ventilation with high interaction on the passing air. Thus, polluted air is sucked into the GapS panels and force to pass through a chemical process that traps sulfur particles with efficiency of over 90%, as well as CO2, particulate matter “PM2.5/10”, inorganic gases such as H2S, NH3, various chlorides, fluorides and VOC.

The system includes several different filtration layers based on the customer’s need and each layer is responsible for clearing out a certain type of pollutants as well as bacteria, viruses (COVID-19) and infections. 

The system includes sensors that automatically release the stored rinsing water from the roof to maintain/wash the panels when is required. The polluted water will be collected and run through a sustainable water recycling system (MBR), and will be returned back into the system for continues purification.

In a typical office building, 60% of the energy consumption is due to Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems

By delivering clean air through GapS system into the HVAC systems, we can expect:
  • 10% to 20% less energy consumption on the HVAC system (AC coil will stay clean and uncontaminated)
  • 50% better air flow through the existing filters = Saving energy on the ventilation fan (HVAC systems have pre-filters to prevent passing large particles and dusts, which usually get blocked quickly, leading to resist against the air flow)

Air Conditioning’s (HVAC) Coil Inefficiency from BioFilm Contamination

Polluted air delivering from the environment into the HVAC systems will block the ventilation systems (Coil) quickly while it is producing mold and other contaminants that all lead to loss of significant amount of energy.
According to California Society for Healthcare Engineering, it only requires 0.15 millimetres of the fouling on the coil thin of 0.006″ inches to reduce the coil efficiency by 16%.

According to European Commission’s report on Energy consumption, a typical none-residential (Office building) uses 250 kWh/m2. On the other hand an AC system uses approximately 60% of the building’s energy consumption.

By saving 10 to 20% of the AC energy consumption, we will be able to save 15 – 30 kWh/m2 while delivering clean air that increases the employees’ productivity and improves their health.

Poor indoor air quality results 14 minutes lost for each 8 hours day. Adds up to $41 billion dollars in productivity.

Ref.: According to a study cited by EPA (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency), “Lani Sinclair” (Sick building syndromes)

Saving energy

10 – 20% of building’s energy consumption

50% Better Air-Flow

Keeping Air Filters free of dust & pollutants

Less Maintenance

Less filter exchange and cleaning on the HVAC systems

27% Better Performance

Employees & People

Recycling process

Higher Efficiency

3 to 4 times

Non-flammable

Following A1 Building code certification

Most Effective 

Air Purification

Rain Harvesting

Smart 

Maintenance

IoT Enabled

Smart City Solution

Noise Cancellation 

OFFICE Buildings

27% Higher performance, 30% Less headaches & respiratory issues

Employees will significantly benefits from cleaner air, which contributes to annual productivity gains of 160/square meter

HOTEL

Care about your customers and they will care back

Earning more by providing cleaner air and increasing the health quality of guests and employees will produce a valuable environment with more profit.

REAL-ESTATE

Be part of the City Transformation

By the level of urban development and construction growth, adding +3 billion people for urbanization by 2050; The necessity of GREEN & SUSTAINABLE development is crucial.

HOSPITAL

Protect the most vulnerable

Providing healthier and cleaner air to patients and employees is the most important task in the hospitals

AIRPORT

Remove pollution where it’s made

Airports are one of the most polluted parts of the cities. Removing the toxic pollution produced by air plains would directly effect people’s health while emitting less pollution to the cities