Using BI-POLAR IONIZATION, we add 30 million NEGATIVE IONS (OH-) to our aerosolized jetstream to 'Hunt and Destroy' airborne pathogens. What chance does a pathogen have against millions of negative ions?
BIPOLAR IONIZATION means adding positive and negative ions into a jetstream.
The Super Plasma Ionizer blasts existing water molecules in the air (and the ones we add) and converts them into charged H- and OH+ atoms. The negative ions (H-), or ‘Active Hydrogen’, are attracted to the positively charged pathogens, deactivating their RDA protein shell.
Whether virus, or pollutant, this ‘bonding’ also enlarges to a ‘cluster’ so the target is more easily caught in filters.