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Air Purification

The UVAIRX Air Cleaning Unit sends out purifying agents to seek out and eliminate allergy causing mold, dangerous bacteria, viruses, and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in the air, on surfaces and in crevices –Everywhere the air goes!

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  • UX105 Lite: 2,000 sq. ft.
  • UX105 Standard: 7,000 sq. ft.
  • UX105 Plus: 15,000 sq. ft.
  • UX202 In-Duct: 2,000 sq. ft.
  • UX205 In-Duct: 5,000 sq. ft.
  • UX307: 250-1,500 sq. ft.
  • UX312: 3,000 SF
  • Generates a process called active photocatalytic oxidation (PCO)
  • Forms and releases large clusters of positively and negatively charged ions:  Multi-Clustered Ions (MCIs)
  • Breaks down microbes (bacteria, viruses, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), allergens, molds, and odors), wherever they exist in the indoor environment
  • Continues to treat the environment with MCIs on a continual basis
  • Has been proven unequivocally by independent universities and laboratories
    on a global basis to be highly effective and safe
  • Is at work in many clinical, commercial, and residential buildings, as well as on the International Space Station

What differentiates PCO Air Cleaning Unit air treatment process?
This is an active technology. Air need not pass through the unit—or within inches of the device, as is the case with traditional UV devices. With the PCO Unit, microbes are destroyed throughout the target environment, wherever they are, whether in the air, on surfaces, or in crevices. Since the PCO Air Cleaning Unit products are safe for both humans and animals, it provides continuous protection from pathogens on a 7X24 basis.

What scientific evidence verifies its performance?
The core technology for the PCO Air Cleaning Unit has been proven through more than 10,000 hours of independent laboratory and university testing and validation. This technology is in use in residential, clinical, and commercial buildings in many countries, and has been used by NASA on the International Space Station to protect the astronauts.

What is the air treatment capacity of this system?
The 105 effectively cleanses an indoor environment up to 5,000 square feet depending upon the pathogen ‘load’ that is present.

What are the annual operational costs?
The PCO Air Cleaning Unit 105 unit plugs into a standard 110v outlet, and uses the same amount of energy as a 25W light bulb. The maintenance costs (the bulb should be replaced every 3 years) plus electrical costs over a three year period are approximately $150. In comparison, the typical HEPA filter replacement costs over the same period is approximately $300 or more, and the filter will not kill the pathogens, and its disposal presents environmental concerns.

How does it comply with Joint Commission, EPA and OSHA criteria?
Because they destroy individual microbes and the reservoirs in which they multiply, the PCO Air Cleaning Units break not one but two of the critical links in the “chain of infection” cited in Joint Commission infection-control guidelines. Indoor air quality is a priority of both the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Among the contaminants of concern both cite are viruses, bacterium, mold spores and volatile organic compounds (VOCs)—those specifically targeted by PCO Air Cleaning Unittechnology.

How long does it take for the PCO Air Cleaning Unit to clean the target environment once it is operational?
Laboratory and onsite testing confirms a cleansing period from just 20 minutes to 12 hours depending upon the carrying capacity(bio load). Factors affecting the total time may include temperature and the degree of humidity in the air.

Where should the PCO Air Cleaning Unit be placed or mounted?
Because air need not pass through the unit to be treated, the PCO Air Cleaning Unitoperates effectively whether freestanding, wall-mounted, or within an HVAC duct, and can be placed anywhere within the indoor environment.

What are the short-term benefits of the PCO Unit?
Within 20 minutes, the instrument begins cleansing the air of viruses, bacterium, mold spores, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and other contaminants.

What are the long-term benefits of the PCO Air Cleaning Unit?
PCO Air Cleaning Unit technology breaks the first two “links” in the “chain of infection” identified by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Specifically, the photocatalytic oxidation process destroys both the pathogen and the pathogenic reservoir—the place where the microbial lives and grows.

How reliable are PCO Air Cleaning Units?
In terms of performance, the technology has been proven more than 99% effective in killing microbes. In terms of longevity, the entire unit is warranted for two full years.

Testing  Performed by Third-party Laboratories

PathogenResults
Norwalk Virus (Norovirus)99.6% Reduction
Methicillan-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)99.9% Reduction
Staphylococcus aureus (S.aureus)99.8% Reduction
Clostridium difficile99.8% Reduction
Listeria monocytogenes (Listeria)97.3% Reduction
Group A streptococci (GAS)97.4% Reduction
Pseudomonas aeruginosa99.9% Reduction
Streptococcus pneumonia99.9% Reduction
Bacillus anthracis (Anthrax)97.6% Reduction
H1N1 (Swine flu)99.9% Reduction
H5N1 (Bird flu)99.9% Reduction
Stachybotrys chartarum (Fungus and spores)99.4% Reduction
Candida albicans (Mold and spores)99.5% Reduction
Volatile Organic Compounds (Over 60 VOCs)91% Reduction
Volatile Inorganic Compounds (Ammonia/ Nox/ H2S/ Sox/ O3)89% Reduction
Odors (Alkanes, Acetone, Alcohols, Ketones)87% Reduction
Basidiospores (Allergens, Fungus, Ringworm)99.4% Reduction
Allergens (Pet dander, dust mite antigens)91% Reduction