What Is The Gelair Health-e Split?

April 13, 2018 0 Comments

HoPE - Gelair Health-e SPLIT

The Gelair Health-e Split is the easiest way for you to get rid of bacteria and moulds in your air conditioning system and your room. The patented technology is designed to control the vapor in the room. It can also kill viruses present in the air. With this installed to your air conditioning system, it would be easier for you to stay healthy. On top of this, Gelair Health-e Split eliminates odour that comes from bacteria and moulds. 

Gelair Health-e Split is easy to use and requires no maintenance at all. It can be used for window-type and split-type air conditioners with the ability to control mould growth all year round! 
The Secret Hazard of an Air Conditioner 
When you leave it untreated, your air conditioner will harvest mould and bacteria. The problem with this is that it is usually invisible, but you can smell it. The signs of bacteria and mould growth include a musky smell and you may even detect warmth and a strange moist smell. Gelair Health-e Split generates a vapour which helps kill bacteria, mould and viruses. It is available in a very convenient size and it can last up to 12 weeks. This does depend on the system air conditioner and it can still be used even when your heating and cooling system is not in operation. 
The Gelair Health-e Split does release a strong tea tree aroma to begin with, but it will subside and leaves a wonderful smell throughout your home. 
How To Install 
Installing the Gelair Health-e Split is quick and easy. You don't have to call your aircon service technician, just follow these steps: 
  • Simply remove the Gelair Health-e Split from the outer foil package. 
  • Open front panel of your SPLIT system air conditioner and remove the filter. 
  • Place Gelair™ Health-e SPLIT between coil and filter (landscape orientation). For larger units, use 2 Health-e SPLITs. 
  • Replace filter and close unit. 
The smell of the tea tree will be non-existent after a couple of days. You won’t even know that it is there, but it will continuously do its job of killing sickness-causing moulds, bacteria and viruses.  

If you are not sure if your packet has run out then the first thing that you need to is smell the packet close-up. If you can smell tea tree, it’s working! So as you can see, eliminating the bacteria from your home has never been easier and you would be surprised at how easy it is for you to really get your home fresher while looking after yourself. 


If you want to find out more, why don’t you get in touch with us today? We would love to work with you and we can’t wait to show you why we are the number one supplier of Gelair Health e-Split. We can even guide you through installing your e-split and we would love to work with you if you have any questions or if you would like to find out more about our Gelair Health e-Split and everything that it has to offer.  




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