2009

Modular Electronic Air Sterilization Technology for Airborne Bacteria, Molds, and Viruses

This technology sterilizes air, eliminating odors, preventing infections, and extending the shelf life of food. The scalable system results in 100% removal of microorganisms with one passthrough of air. The technology has optimized UV exposure with a specialized lamp construction and array formation. The system can be modularized according to the required volume flows, and can react to changes via its proprietary microchip technology. It can be used in conjunction with HEPA filters to remove all unwanted bodies within an air stream.

The underlying technology deals with the variation in atmospheric conditions. The system is made up of a series of highly developed tubular modules that include a unique internal intelligent microchip that understands changes in the humidity and temperature of the atmosphere and adapts the optimized UV exposure and flow in the unit (or series of units) to apply the minimum power required to achieve full sterilization.

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