Cold Oxygen Plasma Sterilization

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"Natural Atmospheric Detergent
Introducing the Plasma Reactor. The 24/7 green way to cleanse your indoor air and surfaces with unparalleled efficiency and square foot coverage, up to 3000 sq ft per machine!
It utilizes Photocatalytic Oxidation (PCO) technology, which provides an advanced oxidation process that combines the power of UVC light tuned to the highest germicidal frequency and a highly reactive metallic catalyst to accelerate photoreactions resulting in Cold Oxygen Plasma. Cold Oxygen Plasma quickly and evenly spreads to sterilize the air and surfaces within indoor environments.
Cold Oxygen Plasma consists of radical species, ions, hydrogen peroxide, and UV photons, that are highly reactive with organic compounds, to quickly oxidize odors, bacteria, viruses, toxins, mold, fungus, and allergens. No filters are needed.
Lessen your Body"s Burden from Environmental Contaminants
Kills more than 99.999% of highly pathogenic viruses in less than 0.44 seconds. Third-Party tests include the Avian Influenza Virus (H5N2), Human Parainfluenza Virus ( hPIV-3), and the Coronavirus.
Eliminates over 99.999% of harmful bacteria within a 2-minute treatment, such as Listeria and E. Coli. This eliminates bathroom odors, cat box smell, and other unpleasant smells.
Cold Oxygen Plasma was found to kill 99% of mold, fungus, spores, and their smell in a ventilated water-damaged building.
Portland is known to have high Radon levels which damage the lungs and causes lung cancer. Clear your indoor air of Radon and other harmful gasses, such as ozone, formaldehyde, propane, carbon monoxide, and butane gas."

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