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Technology: Our air purifiers utilize true
nano technology in our Patented quad Nano Xtreme™
catalyst. Many UV air purifiers claim they have
nano technology simply because UV light rays are
measured in nano meters. Beware of false
claims and imitators.
Oxidation: The Air Oasis air purifier technology
converts ozone into four additional ions: hydroxyl,
hydro peroxide, super oxide and ozonide ions. By utilizing
redundant oxidizers you receive greater benefits than
that of ozone alone without the harmful side effects
of an ozone air purifier.
(Advanced Hydrated Photo Catalytic Oxidation):
Our Patented quad Nano Xtreme™ catalyst coating
utilizes the power of five strong catalyst metals
as well as a hydrating agent making our catalyst the
most effective on the market today. Don't
be fooled by competitor air purifier products using
Ion Blanket™: Reduces mold, bacteria, fungus,
viruses etc. not only in the air but on surfaces
such as counter tops.
Radiation: UVC utilizes the short wavelength
of UV that is harmful to forms of life at the micro-organic
level. It is effective in destroying the nucleic acids
in these organisms so that their DNA is disrupted
by the UV radiation, which is a form of ionizing radiation.
This removes their reproductive capabilities and/or
kills them. This
can only be achieved using a UVC or UVX lamp in the
254 nm range. Any other UV lamp air purifiers will
not be effective!
/ Vapor Decomposition: Gas and vapors are decomposed
at a molecular level and not just partially trapped
in a filter media.
Biological and Aeroallergen Elimination: "Minor trace of inoculum
were observed in Petri plates at 2, 4, and 8 ft
after 24 hours, indicating a definite reduction
of the microbial aeroallergens in the room air.
After 72 hours with the air purifier on, no
microbial colony were observed on the Petri plates."
Ghosh, Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences, West
Texas A&M University