What is Reme Halo

Reme Halo is produced by RGF Environmental Group, Inc. It had made several similar air purifiers in the past and their latest model (Reme-H) works quietly and efficiently to destroy viruses and bacteria in a large space.

Here is a list of Reme Halo features:

  • Extremely high CADR rating of 6500 cubic feet of air moved. Cleans 1000 sq. ft. is just 1 minute, 10000 sq. ft. in 12 minutes and 50000 square feet spaces in 1 hour! Superb performance for the price.
  • Cheap: priced less than $500!
  • Possible to have the air purifier in-duct!
  • Warranty for 2 years!
  • Kills harmful bacteria, viruses, germs and VOCs.
  • Easy to install.
  • Easy to maintain and operate.
  • Energy efficient.
  • Reme Halo is confirmed to kill Covid-19 virus.

RGF’s exclusive REME(reads as Reflective Electro Magnetic Energy) technology is used in the Reme Halo in-duct air purifier. This in-duct air purifier is installed into the your existing air conditioning (and in some cases heating system) air ducts and produces Hydro-Peroxide plasma that is disseminated via the air handler, duct system, and into the conditioned living space. The Reme Halo in-duct air purifier actively cleanse air inside the space compared to the passive mechanical filtration of other conventional air purifiers. Furthermore, charged plasma causes particles to coagulate or cling together, making them larger and easier to collect by your filter. Hydroperoxides are produced naturally in the earth’s atmosphere as part of nature’s cleaning process.

My Experience with Reme Halo

I’ve dealt with a number of other air purifiers that are similar to the Reme Halo, but none of them compare to the Halo’s performance. Other purifiers only work when the furnace or air handler’s blower motor is turned on. The HALO purifier operates best with the blower motor going, but it can also work without it; no other purifier can achieve this. There is no better air purifier on the market for killing viruses, mold, mildew, smells, and other contaminants that float around in the air we breathe at home. It also eliminates particles from the air, which is something that conventional UV lights and purifiers can’t achieve.

I share more of my thoughts in the Reme Halo review. Pros and Cons of this exceptional air purifier are also discussed there. The last thing I want to add here is that Reme Halo really does indeed work in indoor environment.

Reme Halo vs Reme Halo LED

Most people don’t understand that the Reme Halo and the Reme Halo LED have a lot in common. This is one of the reasons why deciding which one to buy may be so difficult.

Photohydroionization releases hydrogen peroxide into the air, which is one of the key air cleansing mechanisms that both products use.

Hydrogen peroxide is a well-known, naturally occurring substance, and completely safe method of air purification. One of the advantages of both of these products is that the hydrogen peroxide molecules they produce are distributed throughout your house, providing an “active” manner of air cleansing.

Because the Reme Halo and the Reme Halo LED both produce hydrogen peroxide in the same way, they are both effective against the same germs, viruses, and mold. This means that both the Reme Halo and the Reme Halo LED will provide the same level of protection. Only the Reme Halo model has been officially confirmed to work against the coronavirus at this time.

The Reme Halo and the Reme Halo LED are distinguished by the fact that the Reme Halo employs UV light while the latter uses LED light. As we’ll see, this crucial distinction has a few extra advantages.

The UV light in the Reme Halo emits a very small amount of ozone, barely enough to be detectable and considerably below the minimum values. The Reme Halo LED, on the other hand, is able to reach an officially certified zero-ozone status by using an LED light.

In order to maintain a high-efficiency level, both the Reme Halo and the Reme Halo LED versions have an internal cell that has to be updated. Every three years the Reme Halo cell should be replaced.


Reme Halo is recommended to install by a certified HVAS technician, so you’ll have to have some money to spare. But when the air purifier is installed, it does extremely good job at purifying and cleaning air in large offices, kitchens, industrial and commercial spaces. The air cleaner is used in hospitals as well. I recommend buying it as breathing clean air is the path to success and healthy life. This is even more important in our Coronavirus-fixed life.

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