The diagram below shows different types of impurities in most indoor air. Contaminants like pollen are the largest and heaviest – around 5,000 nanometres in size – so they settle on surfaces the fastest.
But some smaller particles may never settle on a surface, or will take much longer to do so. Viruses for instance are likely to remain in the air for many hours.
Genano technology catches particles of any size with high efficiency, even the tiniest nano particles, and eliminates associated microbes in the same process. It is a powerful supplementary decontamination technology that can help keep air quality high.
Particle sizes and settling time
How it works
Genano’s patented air decontamination process starts by drawing contaminated air into the unit.
Particles are charged negatively and attach to the positively charged collection surface inside the sealed chassis. The high voltage process destroys all microbes.
Finally, the particle and microbe free air is led to an active carbon layer which effectively absorbs VOC gases and odours.
The outcoming air is completely free from particles of all sizes, microbes, and harmful gases and chemicals.
Genano Technology from Ultra Pure Air on Vimeo.
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