REME Halo™ Whole Home Air Purification: All the world’s best IAQ technologies combined into one superior whole-home/building air purification device, including ultraviolet (UVC), PCO, bi-polar ionization, cold plasma, hydrogenolysis, Wi-Fo, and RGF’s proprietary Photohydroionization®

The REME HALO by RGF® is designed to eliminate sick building syndrome risks by reducing odors, air pollutants, VOCs (chemical odors), smoke, mold, bacteria, and viruses. The REME HALO units are easily mounted into air conditioning and heating systems air ducts where most sick building syndrome problems start. When the HVAC system is in operation, the REME HALO unit creates an Advanced Oxidation Plasma consisting of Ionized Hydro-peroxides, Superoxide ions, and Hydroxide ions. All are friendly oxidizers. By friendly oxidizers, we mean oxidizers that revert back to oxygen and hydrogen after the oxidation of the pollutant.


Quick-release design allows for easy removal of the housing to enable easier, faster, and tool-free replacement of the REME cell.

    The REME HALO has an adjustable shroud, which allows for the customization of the AOP output.

    Improved photocatalyst now with zinc for faster kill rates.

    Dual output ion generator cells.

    Increased ionized hydro-peroxide output.

    Kills bacteria, mold, and viruses — zinc ions kill 99% of viruses on surfaces.

    Reduces odors, particulates, and VOC’s.

How much does the Reme Halo cost?

 Now let's cover how much does the Reme Halo cost? The typical cost of the Reme Halo Air Purifier is about $1,000, which includes installation. There are some factors that can change the price of your air purifier, including the size of your home, your current system, and any incentives from your contractor. And, full disclosure, the Reme Halo Air Purifier does take a UV bulb, which has to be replaced every two years. It costs about $450 on average. But at the end of the day, the benefits far outweigh the cost of the new bulb. I mean, this is the air we breathe. How much is that worth?