Effect of air ionisation
Bi-polar ionisation to restore ion levels in the air
How does ionisation work?
- Along the ionization tube, oxygen (O2) from the air is charged to form ions (O1).
- The ions are attracted to airborne particles like dust, smoke, VOC’s, allergens and other air pollutants.
- The ions latch onto and neutralize any contaminants they come to contact with including miro-organism and odours.
- Charged particles are drawn together, forming clusters, which become heavy enough to drop out of the air.
In nature ions are found in abundance, in indoor spaces they are virually absent. Ions and ozone are natures way to clean the air. The amount of ions is highest around moving water (storms, oceans, rivers, waterfalls).
By ionising indoor air we can restore the balance and reproduce that cleaning effect.
- Creates a comfortable odour free climate
- Hygienic air with less virusses, bacteria and moulds
- Reduces VOCs
- Very low energy consumption
How to apply ionisation
The right ionisation device is selected based on the air volume, contamination and your specific needs. We have different devices for various applications.
As part of the ionisation process some ozone will form, this is not a problem as outside under normal circumstances ozone is natural and has an air cleaning effect.
It is important to select the right system for your application, contact us for professional advice.