Plasma in it’s simplest form is oppositely charged hydrogen and oxygen ions, also called bipolar ionization. These naturally occurring ions are artificially produced when a sufficiently high voltage is applied to a sharp point. The plasma, when produced and injected into a moving air stream, breaks down gases to harmless compounds prevalent in the atmosphere such as oxygen, nitrogen, water vapor and carbon dioxide. In addition to the reduction of gases and odors, plasma also reduces particulates and kills mold, bacteria and virus. Click Here to download brochure.
Plasma Reduces Airborne Particles
The positive and negative ions are drawn to airborne particles by their electrical charge. Once the ion cluster is formed around the particle, the particle grows larger by attracting nearby particles and increases the filtration effectiveness.
Plasma Kills Virus, Bacteria and Mold - In the Space!
Positive and negative ions surround the pathogen. Next, the ions rob the pathogens of the hydrogen necessary for them to survive. During the final step, the ions eliminate hydrogen from the pathogen and then the cleansing process is complete, making the airborne virus, bacteria or mold spore inactive.