Proven Industrial & Home Solution To Air Sanitization
Air is essential for life, and the quality of that air is critical. At any given moment, the air surrounding us and filling our lungs contains billions of particles too small to be seen, but powerful enough to impact our health. Studies have found that workers in buildings with optimum air quality have reduced symptoms related to exposure to fine particle pollution and with Improved Air Quality (IAQ) has also been found to result in significant increases in worker productivity.
It starts with the air we breathe…fresh!
The difference that provide a true safe working environment
The difference between your typical air purifier and Air Sniper lies in the power of it’s technology. By combining elements of intensity, proximity, dwell time, and CFM, Air Sniper has developed a solution that properly applies Ultra Violet Germicidal Irradiation to our UVC technology, and is suitable for industrial-scale applications.
A True Difference in Air Sanitization
UVGI has been proven for germicidal use, or sanitization making it a common use for air sanitization. Specifically, UVGI light at a spectrum of 253.7 nanometers is used for germicidal use, since other wavelengths are prone to producing ozone. By using multiple bulbs in conjunction with a reflective environment, Air Sniper equipment can revolutionize the way we look at cleaning and sanitizing our air.
Using reflective materials in UVGI sanitization units allows the UVC light waves to retain their effectiveness. An environment with sufficient reflective capabilities can maintain the UVGI light necessary to destroy pathogens and remove harmful contaminants from the air. Finally, proper product design is necessary to ensure the equipment does not create shadowing within the unit where the light cannot penetrate.
Photocatalytic Oxidation (PCO) technology was originally developed by NASA. While there may be several methods of creating a PCO element, Air Sniper forces the air through the holes of a stainless-steel weave coated in anatase titanium dioxide to generate that reaction, maximizing the proven effectiveness of the PCO elements in accompaniment to the already-powerful sanitation effects of UVGI.