Airwise Air Purifiers

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The air in the average home holds approximately one million particles per cubic foot. In a day’s time, you breathe some 500 million particles (or two heaping tablespoons of airborne particles); which can lead to colds, flu, allergies, asthma, and respiratory disease. And when you consider that you spend 90% of your time indoors, doesn’t it make sense to ensure that you’re breathing the purest air possible?

Unfortunately, good housekeeping alone can’t solve the problem (no matter how often or thoroughly). The Airwise photocatalysis air purification system is designed for continuous operation—preventing inhalation of the many hazardous substances found in even the cleanest homes.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air is 2 to 5 times, and sometimes more than 100 times, more polluted than outdoor air. An indoor air pollutant is 1,000 times more likely to reach your lungs than an outdoor pollutant.


Sniffles, a scratchy throat, or watery eyes don’t necessarily mean you’re sick with a cold or the flu; the air in your home could be making you sick. In reality, about 50% of all illnesses are caused by, or aggravated by, indoor air pollution.

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The Airwise home air purification system employs a process called photocatalysis (pho-to-ca-tal-y-sis). Put simply, this works to oxidize (destroy) organic odors, microorganisms, algae, fungi, and parasites, as well as toxic volatile organic chemicals like formaldehyde.


Airwise Air Purifiers also include Wisepointe® technology, which is a self-limiting negative ion generator. Negative ions are attracted to positive airborne ions such as dust, pollen, pet dander, and smoke. This agglomeration of ions makes the particles heavier than air, thus settling them out of the breathing space.


How does Airwise work?

The Airwise photocatalysis air purification system uses humidity from the air to create a photocatalytic reaction between the germicidal UV lamp and the multi-metallic and titanium dioxide coatings on the target area of the ultraviolet germicidal lamp module. This reaction produces hydroxyl radicals and superoxide ions. As the radicals and ions are emitted into the room, they destroy microorganisms like bacteria and viruses as well as oxidize odors, fungi, mold, parasites, and toxic chemical gases.