Our patented IonFlow Technology cleans the air from the most harmful particles; fine, ultra-fine and nanoparticles. So how do we do this? The answer is ionization. We make the particles in the air negatively charged, while our collector is positively charged. This way, we draw the particle to the collector very much in the same way a magnet works.
IonFlow eliminates viruses, while they’re still airborne in the room. So if someone sneezes, almost all of the viruses are neutralized before they even get a chance to reach you. Without having to pass through any sort of filter solution.
This is the future of air purification delivered today.
LightAir IonFlow Signature offers you inactivation of virus and removal of the smallest and most harmful pollution particles. It does the job silently with no fan or filter and is thus both economical and environmentally friendly.
A seven years long scientific research project at Karolinska Institute, Sweden, that was published in Nature Scientific Reports proofs that the IonFlow air purifier neutralizes over 97% of virus immediately in your indoor-air, without passing any filter. The report tested the following virus, which all have a huge effect on the induvidual health as well as society:
Calici virus (winter vomiting disease)
Rota virus (diarrhea and gastroenteritis)
The indoor air is full of particles such as vehicle fumes, pollen, bacteria, virus, etc. 90% of these particles, including the most harmful ones, are smaller than that 0,1 micron (PM0,1). LightAir air purifiers use negative ions, not traditional filters, to effectively remove particles all the way down to 0.007 microns. This is both extraordinary and unique!
Explore scientific evidence and test reports from accredited test institutes around the world supporting our unique technological benefits to catch fine and ultra fine particles as well as neutralizing microbes in the air.
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