Fresh-Aire UV® Acquires Air Filtration Manufacturer Electro-Breeze Manufacturing

The acquisition positions Fresh-Aire UV to add polarized particulate filtration technologies to its UV-C disinfection and VOC air purification offerings.

Fresh-Aire UV®, Jupiter, Fla., a leading manufacturer of indoor air quality (IAQ) products, acquired commercial/residential HVAC air filtration manufacturer Electro-Breeze Manufacturing, Saint-Sauveur, Quebec, on Sept. 12.

The acquisition positions Fresh-Aire UV to now offer particulate removal, using Electro-Breeze’s sub-micron polarized filtration technology, in addition to its industry-leading IAQ product line-up that includes ultraviolet (UV-C) equipment for biological disinfection and activated carbon media catalyst air treatment for volatile organic compound (VOC) elimination. “We now offer a full-line, turnkey filtration solution for our HVAC distributors and contractors to address any IAQ challenge, whether it’s biological, VOCs and now particulates,” said Chris Willette, Fresh-Aire UV’s president.

The acquisition include Electro-Breeze’s Canadian-based manufacturing and assembly operations for its polarized particulate filtration and other IAQ equipment, all which will be relocated to Fresh-Aire UV’s new Jupiter-based filtration division manufacturing plant. Electro-Breeze’s products will be rebranded under Fresh-Aire UV or carry the new “Electro-Breeze by Fresh-Aire UV” brand, and be marketed globally. Electro-Breeze President and Founder, Pierre Audet has joined the Fresh-Aire UV team and will oversee the transition and Electro-Breeze’s equipment manufacturing operations

Audet began his career in electrostatic filtration in 1984 with Engineering Dynamic followed by his leadership position as CEO of Cimatec. In 2002 Audet founded Electro-Breeze Manufacturing, a leader in sub-micron polarized filtration. Electro-Breeze products have provided air filtration solutions globally for residential and commercial applications, especially in casino, hospitality, healthcare and agricultural markets.

“Electro-Breeze is a leader in the high-efficiency filtration and polarized air cleaner market,” said Audet. “Our global reach and innovative solutions have made Electro-Breeze a premier filtration manufacturer offering exceptional solutions for those looking for highly effective sub-micron filtration with low static-pressure and odor control. With their extensive distribution network, sales force and in-house engineering, we expect Fresh-Aire UV will continue offering the most innovative, advanced filtration solutions in the future.”

For more information on Fresh-Aire UV or its products, please visit, call 1-(800) 741-1195 or email:

About Fresh-Aire UV®:

Fresh-Aire UV® is a division of Triatomic Environmental Inc., Jupiter, Fla., a leading manufacturer and developer of germicidal UV light systems designed for commercial/industrial and residential HVAC systems and ice machines. Among their products is the patented Blue-Tube UV®, the first 24 volt low-voltage germicidal UV light for HVAC, which has become the most popular product of its type in the world. Fresh-Aire UV's revolutionary APCO® (advanced photocatalytic oxidation) system, which combines UV-C light with activated carbon cells for comprehensive odor, VOC and microbial control, was an International Innovation Award winner at the 2011 AHR Expo. Fresh-Aire UV® systems are sold through wholesale HVAC/R distributors, specified by consulting engineers and installed/serviced by air conditioning contractors. Fresh-Aire UV also offers particulate removal, particularly with sub-micron polarized filtration technology. Fresh-Aire UV® continually strives to engineer, develop and market products to meet the demand for a greener world and healthier environment. The UV products improve air quality, enhance the efficiency of HVAC/R systems and reduce maintenance costs. For more information please visit, call 1-(800) 741-1195 or email:


Chris Willette


Fresh-Aire UV

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