ENVERID SYSTEMS, INC.
|ENVERID SYSTEMS, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150078964||VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUND REMOVER ASSEMBLY - Some embodiments of the present disclosure provide an air treatment assembly including a sorbent, such as a carbon fiber cloth, for cleansing circulating indoor air of VOCs. Accordingly, in some embodiments, the air treatment assembly is provided and may be configured for in-situ regeneration, using outside air to flush a sorbent and purge the air treatment assembly in a repeatable adsorption-regeneration cycle, allowing a relatively small mass of sorbent to be used for an extended period of time.||03-19-2015|
|20140326428||Method and System for Conditioning Air in an Enclosed Environment with Distributed Air Circulation Systems - A system for conditioning air in a building including a fan-coil unit arranged adjacent to or within an indoor space within the building and additionally configured to at least one of heat and cool the air of the indoor space, and a scrubber arranged adjacent to or within the indoor space, the scrubber configured during a scrub cycle for scrubbing of indoor air from the indoor space. The scrubber includes one or more adsorbent materials arranged therein to adsorb at least one predetermined gas from the indoor air during the scrub cycle, a source of outdoor air, and an exhaust, wherein the scrubber is configured during a purge cycle to direct a purging air flow received from the source of outdoor air over and/or through the adsorbent materials to purge at least a portion of the at least one predetermined gas adsorbed by the adsorbent materials during the scrub cycle from the adsorbent materials and thereafter exhausting the flow via the exhaust.||11-06-2014|
|20140298996||Sorbents for Carbon Dioxide Reduction from Indoor Air - A sorbent for C0||10-09-2014|
|20140202330||Modular, High-Throughput Air Treatment System - Air treatment modules, systems and methods for removing contaminants from indoor air are provided. Device embodiments may include one or more air inlets, one or more air outlets and a plurality of inserts which each include at least one adsorbent material. The inserts may be arranged separate from each other to form a plurality of substantially parallel air flow paths between the one or more air inlets and one or more air outlets. The adsorbent material may be arranged for regeneration within the air treatment module using thermal swing desorption and/or pressure swing desorption. Related systems, methods and articles of manufacture are also described.||07-24-2014|
|20130178987||Methods and Systems for Managing Air Quality and Energy Use In Air-Conditioning Systems - Embodiments of the present disclosure include methods and systems of operating an HVAC system for an enclosed environment. In such embodiments, the HVAC system may be configured to at least one of heat and cool air and include an air circulation system configured to circulate air at least within the enclosed environment. The air within the enclosed environment may comprise at least the indoor air. The system may further include an outdoor air inlet for introducing at least a portion of outdoor air into the enclosed environment, where the outdoor air comprises air from outside the enclosed environment. The system may further include a scrubbing system having an adsorbent material to reduce presence of at least one gas contaminate in the indoor air. A controller system may be included for controlling the operation of at least one of the circulation system and the scrubbing system.||07-11-2013|
|20120273980||Method and System For Improved-Efficiency Air-Conditioning - “Systems and methods for circulating air in an enclosed environment are disclosed. In some embodiments, the system includes an inlet to receive air from outside of the enclosed environment and an air handling unit coupled to the inlet and also configured to receive circulated air from the enclosed environment. The air handling unit can be configured to affect a temperature of at least one of the received outside air and the received circulated air. Based on the received outside air and the received circulated air, the air handling unit can be further configured to generate air for supplying to the enclosed environment.”||11-01-2012|
Patent applications by ENVERID SYSTEMS, INC.