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GPS Bi-Polar Ionization System

The GPS-iMOD is a modular needlepoint bipolar ionization (NPBI™) system that is field assembled to any length up to 240 inches in 6-inch increments. The composite and carbon fiber GPS-iMOD can be mounted in corrosive environments and handles 50–250 CFM per inch of bar. Within the air stream, ions attach to particles, where they combine, become larger and are more easily filtered from the air. When ions come into contact with pathogens, they disrupt the pathogens’ surface proteins rendering them inactive. With NPBI™ technology, GPS helps deliver indoor air that’s safe and free of ozone and other harmful by-products. The surrounding air is purified by eliminating airborne particulates, odors and pathogens. NPBI™ technology generates ions without producing ozone or other harmful by products, so you can bring the freshness of outdoors, indoors. The patented NPBI™ technology produces a high concentration of positive and negative ions, delivering them to the space via the ventilation system. NPBI™ can also save you up to 30% on energy consumption and lowering your carbon footprint. All GPS NPBI™ products are ozone free and are UL 2998, CE and FAA approved.


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Hotel Ella

Under new ownership, the historic building known as Mansion at Judges’ Hill recently transformed into Hotel Ella. The building, located near the University of Texas campus in Austin, went through a multi-million dollar renovation into a boutique hotel that is named after the building’s original owner, Ella Wooten. DXS was named basis of design for the project, retrofitting the common areas with 10 tons of Daikin heat recovery. The ductless units that Daikin offers integrated nicely with the existing architecture of the historic building. As a bonus, the increased energy efficiency and use of VRF qualified the owner for Austin Energy rebates.

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