How does it work?
Benefits of the Photo-Catalytic Process
Built with safety in mind
As part of the AirSafe Protocol we study and analyze many air scrubbing devices. Many of these devices employ technologies that are not very effective, or are harmful to humans and pets alike. The AirSafe Protocol is designed for continuous use in occupied spaces. To achieve this, we use state-of-the-art technologies that effectively scavenge pathogens in the air and surfaces.
The technologies used with the AirSafe Protocol are guaranteed to be safe for children, the elderly, pets, and the environment. This technology does not use ozone or harmful chemicals that are proven to cause damage to the skin, organ tissue, or eyes. In order to provide a healthy and safe environment, the AirSafe Protocol uses technologies that use photocatalytic oxidation by producing hydrogen peroxide, which is effective and safe.
This technology is considered an "Active Pathogen Scavenger Technology" since it works by locating the pathogen in the air and terminating it before it has the time to cause harm. A passive technology requires the pathogens to pass through a filter as a reaction to airflow. This technology, on the other hand, is considered active because it casts a protective net over the indoor space and actively tracks the threat in order to remove it from the air.
All devices used by the AirSafe Protocol generate up to 0.2% parts per million (PPM) of hydrogen peroxide to safely terminate harmful pathogens in the air and surfaces.
This technology uses powerful fans to take in the air inside a closed space, the air then moves through a photocatalytic component that ionizes the air to break it down into single atoms of hydrogen and oxygen, which are plentiful in the air we breathe. The hydrogen and oxygen atoms are then allowed to bond into hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), which is safe and effective when used disinfect the air and surfaces.
The peace of mind safe air can give
Regardless of the square footage of the infrastructure you wish to certify, our partners have solutions that will fit your needs and help you stay safe.
Is it safe?
Because this technology produces no more than 0.02 PPM (Parts Per Million) of hydrogen peroxide, it is safe, odorless and can be used while people are in the room or office, unlike other technologies that rely on ozone, or harmful chemicals.
The H2O2 generators produce gaseous hydrogen peroxide ensuring facilities can remain occupied, operational, and in use without disrupting everyday activities. This means your downtime is reduced to a minimum.
To further guarantee the safety of the technology, multiple studies have been conducted by independent researchers. The results speak for themselves. Continuous use of active scavenging technologies used by our partners has been shown to kill viruses in the air and surfaces while being safe for day-to-day use in occupied spaces.
Our partners at BonAir have made available all of the studies performed, in addition to other important information regarding the spread of airborne diseases and how to best counter them. You can visit the link below to review these studies and see what makes this technology so effective. Alternatively, the second button will take you directly to the United States Air Force Strategic White Paper published in July of 2020.
Disinfects air and surfaces
Generates hydrogen peroxide to disinfect the air and surfaces, even in hard to reach places.
Works on HVAC systems
Can be installed as a stand alone unit or as part of your existing HVAC system without need to replace the HVAC system.
Continuously protects you
Works around the clock to keep you, your team, your family, and your clients safe with very little downtime.
Eliminates bad smells
H2O2 is odorless and you will not notice any irregular smells. Meanwhile, it finds and eliminates bacteria that can cause bad odors.
Can be used in occupied areas
This technology is 100% safe and can be used in occupied spaces and can be installed safely on nursing homes, nurseries, offices, and more.
Works regardless of air flow
Active scavenging technology produces electromagnetically charged particles that are attracted to pathogens while requiring no additional air flow.