FAQ

Frequently asked questions

How does Negative Ionization help improve air quality?


The use of negative ion injection technique improves the air quality by reducing the possible Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) contamination and minimizing the risk of health hazard, from air flying virus, bacteria, and mildew.

When high enough concentrations of negative ions come in contact with harmful pathogens such as virus, bacteria, or mold, they steal away hydrogen molecules from the pathogens. Without hydrogen, the pathogens are left without any source of energy to carry on and they die.