Frequently Asked Questions
The CapeBreeZ has a unique design. The filters are mounted below the fans. Intake air is pulled in from the bottom up. As the air passes through the filter, contaminants are removed. Please keep in mind we offer two filter choices: MERV 8 and MERV 13. The higher the MERV number, the more contaminants will be removed.
Yes, the CapeBreeZ will reduce pollen in the room where it’s mounted. More than one CapeBreeZ may be needed if you’re trying to reduce pollen in your entire home.
The answer is never ‘absolutely not.’ However if the CapeBreeZ is installed and operated correctly under the right outside conditions, chances are very small that you will.
After registering your CapeBreeZ with Tamarack Technologies, the CapeBreeZ has a one-year limited warranty. Please consult your product guide for official warranty details.
Yes. Under the right conditions the CapeBreeZ will cool any room up to 20’ x 20’.
There isn’t a simple answer to this. A single CapeBreeZ can cool a 20’ x 20’ room (or 400 sq.ft.) under the right conditions. So if the apartment has an open layout, two units should be able to cool a 1,000 sq.ft. Apartment with an extended run time.
A growing body of scientific evidence has indicated that the air within homes can be more seriously polluted than outdoor air even in the largest and most industrialized cities. Click here for more information.
When CapeBreeZ is in auto mode sensors monitor inside and outside dew points. If the outside dew point is higher the fan will turn itself off automatically and won’t restart until the outside dew point drops below the inside dew point.
Yes. If it’s in auto mode it will never run until the right conditions are met at the programmed lower outside temperature and humidity dew points.
Yes, you can choose from one of five fan speeds for air circulation depending on your needs.
No. The CapeBreeZ only filters air entering a room from the outside.
Yes. It is ETL listed.