Carrier Air Technologies


Contrary to water, oil or chemical leaks that create visible evidence of their existence and create slip hazards, air leaks often go undetected resulting in underreporting; consequently they require an ongoing leak reduction and education program in order to be effectively addressed.

Air technologies are designed to enhance indoor environmental conditions and manage pollutants, including air ventilation systems, pathogen sensors and other air cleaning technologies.


Carrier air technology is known for providing efficient, low maintenance comfort solutions in homes and businesses alike. They specialize in heating and cooling systems, indoor air quality solutions and refrigeration products designed to enhance both residential and commercial applications, industrial systems as well as fire and security equipment – even industrial heat exchangers from Willis Carrier himself! Founded by him in 1902 and now owned by United Technologies Corp – Willis Carrier pioneered modern air conditioning with innovative, sustainable climate control solutions that continue to make life better worldwide.

Carrier’s Infinity 19VS AC unit boasts an energy efficient rating of 17 SEER2, featuring a five-stage compressor which operates at various levels to reduce power usage while remaining quiet – perfect for customers seeking to reduce energy costs while keeping their home comfortable.

Gas furnaces from this company can meet a range of your heating needs, with options including oil-fired and natural gas models to meet any budget. Each model boasts cutting-edge innovations paired with established technologies; for instance, Infinity 26 features Silencer System II to ensure that system cycles won’t interrupt your day, as well as Greenspeed Intelligence which automatically adjusts system speed according to demand.

Carrier air purifiers utilize Captures & Kills technology to capture airborne particles such as dust, animal dander, bacteria and other pollutants before using an electrical charge to sanitize them – leaving the air you breathe cleaner and healthier than before.

Air handlers from this brand are built for durability and simplicity of upkeep, featuring self-cleaning condensate pans and filters that only need cleaning rarely, saving both money on maintenance fees and downtime for repairs. Furthermore, its air conditioners also require minimal upkeep requirements, with various service plans offered by this company to keep your system performing at peak condition.

If you’re in the market for a new Carrier air conditioner or climate control solution, take advantage of their 12-month finance program to pay zero interest on your purchase. Just make minimum monthly payments to qualify.


Gorrie was born and died in Apalachicola, Florida during its heyday during the early 1800s, which flourished into a prosperous community by serving as a major port on the Gulf of Mexico and providing cotton trade links between New England and Europe. Apalachicola thrived due to its abundant water supply and agricultural resources; particularly on its fertile Apalachicola River where its rich mud flats attracted settlers who farmed sugar cane crops; Apalachicola also provided transport facilities that enabled Gorrie’s commodities to reach markets further north.

Gorrie became deeply concerned for his patients who were experiencing yellow fever and malaria outbreaks in 1840, believing these tropical diseases to be caused by poor air quality in hospital rooms and swamps. To protect against disease he recommended sleeping under mosquito nets to protect from disease transmission.

Gorrie’s concerns led him to investigate using ice to cool hospital rooms. At that time, it was an expensive commodity brought from northern lakes by boat; Gorrie decided to create an apparatus which would produce this precious commodity at much less of an expense than shipping blocks from northern lakes – leading him eventually to obtain the first U.S. patent for mechanical refrigeration on May 6, 1851.

Though Gorrie never successfully commercialized his invention, his 1851 patent laid the groundwork for future developments of artificial cooling and refrigeration technology. Willis Carrier built upon Gorrie’s technology and introduced modern air conditioning.

Gorrie Square now stands as a monument honoring him, while John Gorrie Elementary School and various parks and apartment buildings throughout Jacksonville also bear his name. Additionally, World War II Liberty Ship “SS John Gorrie” bears his name; Raymond B. Becker’s biography on Gorrie was widely respected at that time (Carlton Press 1972).

AIR Technology(tm)

AIR Technology is an aerospace manufacturer that specializes in aircraft parts and components. Their products include fuselage skins, engine parts and structural components for commercial aircraft and private jets alike, with their technology helping reduce material use onboard aircraft. Their products can be found all around the world as customers include Boeing and Airbus as well as many more manufacturers; with headquarters based out of Oklahoma City.

Additionally to providing industrial and commercial customers with compressed air systems, this company also provides aerospace and aviation industries with various services, such as maintenance, repairs and overhauls as well as training and support services for its customers. They pride themselves on reliability and innovation within their field.

AIR Technology is a reliable partner of the aviation industry, boasting more than two decades of rigorous scientific research and peer-review publications. Their PECO technology stands alone as it captures and breaks down pollutants such as bacteria, viruses, mold, allergens, etc.

The company’s proprietary technology takes a unique molecular approach to air protection and can help companies save up to 20% in energy costs by providing superior indoor environmental quality with reduced contaminant load and heat load levels.

AIR Technology’s carbon capture and storage plants include Direct Air Capture (DAC) and Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS). While DAC plants capture atmospheric CO2 for storage in durable forms, CCS plants combine it with hydrogen production and synthetic fuel synthesis capabilities for low carbon intensity fuels. Both plant types can be built on non-arable land to avoid competition with food production areas while simultaneously minimizing water use; furthermore they can be situated near existing power generation infrastructure to minimize capital expenses, making AIR Technology’s solution cost-effective solution which can be installed worldwide.

Humidity Control

Carrier offers two proprietary technologies designed to take humidity control to a whole new level and reduce energy bills while creating healthy indoor environments for its home or commercial building owners. By extracting more moisture from the air during cooling, home and building owners can save on utility costs while creating healthier spaces inside their building. Carrier’s humidity-controlling systems use cutting-edge algorithms that enable them to remove more than their fair share from indoor air even at comfortable temperature settings on thermostats.

Humidity control is crucial for many applications, such as process and product quality, comfort, and energy efficiency. When relative humidity exceeds 65%, condensation, mold/mildew growth, corrosion damage to equipment, building fabric deterioration and insulation losses occur – further compounded by temperature effects.

Temperature and humidity-controlled storage chambers offer controlled environments designed to optimize product durability by manipulating their two primary factors – temperature and humidity. This process starts by reaching the target dew point temperature before heating it back up again to produce specific relative humidity levels; this cycle continues until both parameters have reached their desired values.

High humidity forces our lungs to work harder when breathing, leading to fatigue and health complications for people living with respiratory conditions. Furthermore, high humidity encourages viral and bacteria growth that negatively impacts air quality.

While central air conditioners remove some humidity from the air during cooling, a smart humidifier can further decrease its levels to create more comfortable living environments. These devices can even be easily controlled from smartphones – making them an essential addition to any smart home!

Humidity is a key factor in building comfort, impacting occupant health, productivity and energy efficiency. Relative humidity levels above 50% can result in condensation, mold/mildew growth, corrosion damage to building fabric as well as loss of insulation and discoloration of fabric coverings. Furthermore, high relative humidity may promote microorganism proliferation as well as biocontaminants posing potential health threats to both people in the building as well as damage to their property.

Dectron’s advanced dehumidification technology features an energy efficient glycol runaround loop to drastically cut costs associated with preheating outdoor air, and web monitoring – providing incomparable value and peak performance throughout its lifetime – at no extra charge.