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Photocatalysis begins when the TiO2 (titanium dioxide) catalyst is exposed to UV (ultraviolet) light, producing negatively charged electrons.

These electrons react with the oxygen (O2) in the room, creating activated oxygen (O2-) with powerful disinfecting properties.

These negatively charged particles actively seek out the positively charged contaminants in the room, such as formaldehyde, noxious odors, germs and dirt (particulate).

This photocatalytic reaction is continuous and effective in oxidizing and decomposing pollutants back into harmless CO2 and H2O molecules, detoxifying the air in the room.

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Airwise's technology mimics nature

Put simply, photocatalysis works to oxidize (destroy) organic odors, micro-organisms, algae, fungi, parasites, as well as toxic volatile organic chemicals like formaldehyde. Photo-catalysis performs like the natural process in nature that makes the air especially fresh and invigorating after a thunderstorm.

Wisepointe works at the same time in generating negative ions which quickly attach to and remove particulate pollu-tion from your breathing space (a process called agglomeration).

This combined technology goes well beyond mech-anical filtration methods —the difference between filtering and actually pur-ifying the air.

Airwise purifiers are designed for continuous operation—preventing you from inhaling the many hazardous sub-stances found in even the cleanest homes.

Airwise is safe, highly effective, completely silent, and virtually maintenance free.

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Preventative Steps to Avoid Environmental Hazards for those with Lung Diseases

Exposure to indoor and outdoor environmental hazards can worsen the health of persons living with lung disease. This page offers information on steps you can take to reduce your exposure to these environmental hazards.

  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
    (COPD): COPD is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States. It is characterized by obstruction to airflow making it difficult to breathe
  • Indoor air pollution: Many older persons spend up to 90 percent of their time indoors, often at home. Common indoor environmental hazards that may trigger COPD and asthma attacks include tobacco smoke, animal dander, dust and pollen. Other sources of environmental triggers include combustion products, pressed wood, pesticides and household cleaners.
  • Reduce exposure to indoor air pollution:Avoid smoke from tobacco. Encourage smokers to smoke outdoors. Avoid or limit use of wood-burning stoves and fireplaces. Fix water leaks promptly and eliminate mold, dust mites and cockroaches in your home.
  • Use caution when working around the house:Improve ventilation when painting by scheduling indoor painting for times when windows can be left open and by using fans. Take frequent fresh air breaks when painting.
  • Avoid carbon monoxide poisoning: Never leave a car running in a garage, even with the garage door open. Keep gas appliances properly adjusted. Install and use exhaust fans. Have a trained professional inspect, clean, and tune-up your central heating system annually.