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To advance this module, click when this icon appears on the slide. Whole-House Air Filtration Training Module Click For Next Slide What you will learn Why is air filtration important? Who needs air filtration Honeywell whole-house air filtration products F500 HEPA Air Cleaner

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To advance this module, click when this icon appears on the slide.

Whole-House Air Filtration Training Module

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What you will learn slide.

  • Why is air filtration important?

  • Who needs air filtration

  • Honeywell whole-house air filtration products

    • F500 HEPA Air Cleaner

    • F300 Electronic Air Cleaner

    • F200 Media Air Cleaner

    • F100 Media Air Cleaner

    • FC20R and FC40R Return Grille Media Air Cleaners

    • Replacement Filters

  • Positioning whole-house air filtration to homeowners

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Smoke slide.

Dust

Dust Mites

Pets

Pollen

Bacteria

Mold Spores

VOCs

Why is Air Filtration Important?

  • Homes are being built tighter than ever before to save on energy costs, so particulates like dust mites, pet dander, bacteria and others are trapped inside the home.

  • On average, we spend 90% of our time indoors and breathe roughly 3,400 gallons of air each day.

  • ½ of all families have someone directly affected by allergies.

  • 85% of homeowners think the air outside is worse than the quality of air inside their home1…

  • …But, in reality, indoor air can be 3-5 times more polluted than outdoor air2. .

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Sources:1 Chelsea Group, 20012 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency


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Homeowners want comfort in their home slide.

  • In a 2006 American Home Comfort Study conducted by Decision Analyst of over 27,000 homeowners, when asked what type of solutions they wanted in their homes, 3 of the 5 solutions were indoor air quality solutions, with 55% of homeowners wanting an air filtration solution1.

  • 1. Air Conditioning - 72%

  • 2. Humidification - 72%

  • 3. Zoning - 61%

  • 4. Air Filtration/Purification - 55%

  • 5. Dehumidification - 40%

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1 American Comfort Study - New Construction, Decision Analysts, Inc., January 2003

2 Contracting Business, survey of over 80,000 households


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Homeowners are trying to solve the problems… slide.

  • Most homeowners are aware of the air quality issues in their homes and try to solve the problems with the solutions that they are aware of – like purchasing and using portable units.

  • When asked, 63% of homeowners said they had at least one type of portable unit in their home, and 37% said they had 2 or more!

  • However, for portables to be effective, they need to be out in the open, which can clutter a room, and their effectiveness is limited to the room they are in.

  • Not to mention the investment of purchasing and running multiple portables in a home.

  • It is your opportunity to offer a more energy efficient – and invisible – solution for homeowners.

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Base = 4,275 Homeowners with at least one portable air purifier

Question S28b Which of the following best describes your portable air purifier(s)?

Source: 2006 American Home Comfort Study


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Whole-House Air Filtration Benefits slide.

  • Whole-house air cleaners trap a higher percentage of airborne particles and contaminants passing through the duct system.

  • Key Benefits

    • Reduced concentration of particles in the air we breathe

    • Reduced energy costs due to cleaner HVAC equipment

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Honeywell Whole-House Air Cleaners slide.

  • Honeywell introduced its first Electronic Air Cleaner nearly 50 years ago — and our history of performance and reliability have made us the #1 preferred consumer brand ever since. Our complete portfolio of product solutions includes Whole-House HEPA Air Cleaners, High-Efficiency Electronic Air Cleaners, Media Air Cleaners, Return Grille Media Air Cleaners and Replacement Filters.

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Honeywell Whole-House Air Cleaners slide.

F500 HEPA Key Features:

  • HEPA — Media filter captures at least 99.97% of 0.3 micron particles that pass through it.

  • Requires no maintenance — Except periodic, quick-and-easy filter replacement.

  • Three-stage filtration –

    • Activated carbon filter reduces odors.

    • The high-efficiency pleated pre-filter extends the HEPA filter life, so the homeowner can wait as long as three years to replace it.

    • The HEPA filter traps remaining particles and delivers clean air into the home.

  • Includes AirWatch™ Filter Replacement Indicator

  • Flexible Installation – Standalone or bypass installation.

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Honeywell Whole-House Air Cleaners slide.

F300 Electronic Air Cleaner Key Features:

  • Advanced Technology – Places an electric charge to collect up to 98% of airborne particles passing through the system.

  • Highly Effective – Captures both microscopic particles like dust and smoke in addition to larger contaminants like mold spores and pet dander.

  • Low Maintenance – No replacement needed. Requires only periodic washing of air cleaner cells.

  • Three-Stage Filtration – Particles enter three layers of filtering, with optional exclusive electrostatic postfilter.

  • Widely Compatible – Works with all gas, oil and electric forced air furnaces and air conditioning systems.

  • Self-regulating power supply – Maintains high efficiency as the filter loads.

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Electronic Air Cleaners – How they work slide.

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Honeywell Whole-House Air Cleaners slide.

F200 Media Filter Air Cleaner Key Features:

  • Superior Performance — The F200 has a MERV 13 rating and is up to 92% more efficient at capturing airborne particles compared to a standard one-inch filter.

  • Highly Effective — Deep-pleated media filters have a large surface area to capture more airborne particles. Captures both microscopic particles like dust and smoke in addition to larger contaminants like mold spores and pet dander.

  • Widely Compatible — Works with all gas, oil and electric forced air furnaces and air conditioning systems.

  • Replace Less Often — Lasts up to four times longer than a standard one-inch furnace filter. Replace every 6-12 months versus monthly or quarterly changes.

  • Simple Maintenance — Simply open the door to replace the filter.

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Honeywell Whole-House Air Cleaners slide.

F100 Media Filter Air Cleaner Key Features:

  • Superior Performance – The F100 has a MERV 10 rating is up to 85% more efficient at capturing airborne particles compared to a standard one-inch filter.

  • Highly Effective – Deep-pleated media filters have a large surface area to capture more airborne particles. Captures both microscopic particles like dust and smoke in addition to larger contaminants like mold spores and pet dander.

  • Widely Compatible — Works with all gas, oil and electric forced air furnaces and air conditioning systems.

  • Flexible Application – Six space-saving sizes to fit any application.

  • Replace Less Often — Lasts up to four times longer than a standard one-inch furnace filter. Replace every 6-12 months versus monthly or quarterly changes.

  • Simple Maintenance — Simply open the door to replace the filter.

  • Free Private Labeling Available – ensures your homeowners contact you when they are in need of service.

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Honeywell Replacement Air Filters slide.

PopUP™ Key Features:

  • No Assembly Required — No combs, pleat spacers or end caps. Filters literally pop-up ready to use, saving you time on the job.

  • Application Flexibility — Available in six universal sizes that fit Honeywell models and other brands.

  • Extra Storage – Storeup to five filters in the same space you used to store just one.

  • Highly Efficient — Rated at MERV 11 efficiency.

  • Collapsible Design — Less chance of damage to filter.

  • Homeowner Friendly — Self-assembly feature helps generate easy replacement sales.

  • Extra Filtration — Unique design offers an additional 1" of filtration depth compared to standard cartridge replacement filters.

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Honeywell Replacement Air Filters slide.

Return Grille Filter Key Features:

  • Longer Lasting – Three times the life of a standard one-inch filter. Only replace every 6-12 months, versus monthly or quarterly.

  • Superior Performance – Up to 37 times more effective and 40% efficient compared to a standard one-inch filter at reducing airborne particles like dust, mold spores and bacteria.

  • Perfect Fit – 18 sizes to fit most one-inch ceiling or wall mount return grilles.Also available in a2” depth to fit tight applications.

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Media Filters – How They Work slide.

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Positioning Filtration to Homeowners slide.

  • Ask questions

    • Dust

    • Allergies

    • Pets

    • Portables

  • Observe home for signs of filtration

  • After identifying a need:

    • Explain how filtration can solve their problems

      • Invisible – doesn’t take up space

      • Works on the entire house

    • Offer a trade in program on portables

    • Explain bundle of services as a cost savings

    • Add filter on to bid as a recommendation with separate subtotal

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Whole-House slide.Air Filtration Knowledge Test

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Whole-House Air Filtration Knowledge Test slide.

  • Now that you completed this training module, take the short quiz to test your knowledge.


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Test slide.

1. According to the study, indoor air can be ____ times more polluted than outdoor air.

  • 3 – 5

  • 6 – 8

  • 10 – 12

  • Outdoor air is more polluted than indoor air

    2. What are some of the disadvantages of using portable units in the home?

  • Clutters up the room

  • Effectiveness is limited to the room they are in

  • Expensive to purchase and run multiple units

  • Not a whole-house solution

  • All of the above


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Test slide.

3. The F500 HEPA air filter can be centrally ducted or used as a standalone application.

  • True

  • False

    4. The F300 Whole-House Electronic Air Cleaner places an electric charge to collect up to __% of airborne particles passing through the system.

  • 85%

  • 93%

  • 98%

  • 100%

    5. What is the MERV rating of the F200?

  • 6

  • 8

  • 10

  • 13


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Test slide.

6. What is the main benefit of private labeling the F100 cabinet with contractor contact information?

  • Keeps competitors out

  • Nothing, it’s a shameless advertising ploy

  • Ensures homeowners contact them when in need of service.

  • None of the above

    7. The Return Grille Media filters come in how many sizes to fit virtually any application?

  • 15

  • 18

  • 20

  • 22


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Test slide.

8. With PopUP filters, you can store up to___filters in the same space you used to store just one – saving you space on the shelf and in the truck.

  • 2

  • 3

  • 5

  • 7

  • 9

    9. As described in the training module, media filters use three stages of filtration, what order do the three stages happen?

  • Straining, Interception, Diffusion

  • Interception, Straining, Diffusion

  • Diffusion, Interception, Straining

  • Straining, Diffusion, Interception


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Test slide.

10. What are the key benefits of whole house air filtration?

  • Invisible Solution

  • Easy Maintenance

  • Works on the entire house

  • All of the above


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Answer Key slide.

  • 1. A

  • 2. E

  • 3. A

  • 4. C

  • 5. D

  • 6. C

  • 7. B

  • 8. C

  • 9. A

  • 10. D


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