The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has deemed Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) one of the top five environmental health risks the US faces today. Because homes and commercial buildings are tighter and tighter these days and are bringing in less fresh air, the agency says indoor pollutants levels can be two to five times, and can sometimes be up to one hundred times as high as outdoor levels.
Our partners’ products help restore and improve air quality of indoor environments to a level cleanliness and purity that is found naturally at high mountain elevations. This unique and proven air purification process can eliminate mold, control bacteria and the spread of airborne viruses, and reduce airborne particles and germs that get past normal filtration solutions. Our partners’ technology involves an all-natural process and produces no harmful by-products such as ozone or ultraviolet light that commonly found in many other solutions.
To accomplish this, the product utilizes cutting edge air ion technology. Imagine breathing mountain air, the air at the beach or waterfalls, or even the air after a thunderstorm. This invigorating freshness is due to naturally occurring air ions. Air ions, particularly negative ions, act as natural air purification through interacting with oppositely charged elements. Many contaminants are positively charged and are attracted by negatively charged air ions. As a result, they clump together and fall on the ground, away from inhalation. Air ionization technology has been recognized for its effectiveness and has been used in hospitals to eliminate air transmitted infections. Our partners’ products replicate the air ions found in nature and introduce it into an indoor environment through bi-polar ionization. Without the use of filters, our partner’s technology allows for a very low maintenance system
Our partners’ are now offering these advanced and proven technologies throughout the US and North America for use in homes, schools, hospitals, commercial office buildings, hotels, athletic facilities, beauty salons, manufacturing facilities and many other applications where indoor air quality is important or necessary.