Independent Research Confirms Effectiveness of the Whole Home Air Purifier's Advanced Technologies

 

Two different independent sources
evaluated the technologies used with the Whole Home Air Purifier.

Their reports were peer reviewed and published in scientific journals...

University of Cincinnati Test (published in Environmental Science and Technology): Evaluated both PCO and Negative Ionization technologies against two active contaminants.

The Results: Combination of the two technologies provided a much more significant reduction of airborne contaminants than when the two technologies were used independently.
The combination of both resulted in an overall aerosol exposure reduction after 30 minutes by a factor of about 50, or an overall reduction/inactivation of approximately 98%.

Kansas State University Test (published in Journal of Rapid Methods & Automation in Microbiology): Evaluated PCO technology against nine airborne microorganisms.

The Results: The nine organisms tested were reduced, on average, over 80% after only two hours, and after six hours, it was over 90%. After 24 hours of exposure, the reduction was from 96.4 to 99.9%.

With a choice of five fan speeds, including one
that allows for quiet nighttime operation and optional lighting, you can use your air purifier around the clock.

Unlike HEPA filters, the electrostatic filter is washable and can be used for the unit's lifetime. For maximum usefulness and efficiency of your purifier, the PCO cell and purification plates may be conveniently replaced.

The Whole Home Air Purifier covers up to 3,000 sq. ft. on a single level. If you have a multi-level house, I suggest placing a unit on each level for optimal results.