OHAir® products are Multiple Wavelength UV Irradiation Air Cleaners. Incorporating the scientifically validated Odorox® technology, they generate an ongoing stream of powerful Atmospheric Hydroxyl Radicals that destroy harmful ozone, bacteria, viruses and VOC’s including formaldehyde within your indoor environment.
To date current technologies utilised to clean indoor air have their limitations. OHAir® products are unique, due to the high level of effectiveness and safety they provide to you and your family.
Devices generate positively and negatively charged particles. The electric discharge released into the air reacts with VOC’s. However the impact and level of benefit is not scientifically validated
Has a very limited range in the generation of charged particles. Airborne particles are charged by the ions through ionic bonding. These charged particles stick together increasing their size allowing them to be removed by even low grade filters. May produce dangerous amounts of ozone. Does not produce hydroxyl radicals.
ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANERS
Devices use an electrical charge to remove particles from the air by requiring the air to pass over a series of plates which are either negatively or positively charged
Requires all the air in the room to pass over the plates. May produce a dangerous level of ozone. Does not produce hydroxyl radicals
ION AIR PURIFIER
Particles entering the devices chamber receive an electric charge but there is no plate with an opposite charge to capture the particles so they are released back into the air.
Requires all the air in the room to pass over the plates. Charged particles then adhere to the surface in the room were they can be a risk for allergies or asthma relief. May produce a dangerous level of ozone. Does not produce hydroxyl radicals
High Efficiency Particle Arrestor/Air Filtration
Uses a filter system to trap airborne particles that are drawn into the chamber.
All air has to be drawn into the filter, which require cleaning upon saturation. Variations in particle size may limit effectiveness of filtering system