Science behind air purification


What is indoor air pollution?

Pollen, pet dander, dust mites, bacteria and mold may not seem like a problem in your house. After all, most contaminants aren't even visible. But the negative effects that these intruders may have on your health should be clear for all to see.

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90% mold/bacteria reduction

Test results confirm that common mold and bacteria levels, which are present in 90% of American homes, plummet 50% or more in the first 24 hours, and continue to drop by 90% after just 3 days. You'll be amazed how clean and fresh your home can be!


Airwise outperforms all other technologies

Unlike many highly hyped devices, Airwise really works. It's incredibly simple to use – plug it in, turn it on, and soon you'll enjoy cleaner, healthier air. And it's silent (no fans), maintenance-free (no filters to clean or replace), compact and portable (weighs just 4 pounds), and affordable.


Photocatalysis—technology that mimics nature

Put simply, photocatalysis oxidizes (destroys) organic odors, microorganisms, algae, fungi, parasites, as well as toxic volatile organic chemicals like formaldehyde. Perhaps the best description of this technology would be the natural process in nature that makes the air especially fresh after a thunderstorm – invigorating!