Sunshine streaming through a window can light up the small particles that are floating in your indoor air –  from pet hair and dander, to dust and pollen. What you cannot see are the microscopic airborne particles that are generated by everyday life.

Where do these particles come from?  There are potentially 100s of sources, both inside and out, that generate tiny particles consisting of chemicals such as carbon, sulfates, nitrates, metals, acids and semi-volatile compounds.

  • Vehicle emissions
  • Construction activities
  • Farming activities
  • Fuel burning for heat
  • Equipment operation (Photocopiers & Printers)

The air you breathe can also contain fine dust, mold spores, bacteria, viruses, tobacco smoke etc. that are harmful to your health.

When you breathe in particulate matter the coarser materials are deposited in your nose and throat, which can cause you to sneeze or cough. The tiny airborne particles (0.005 to 100 micrometers in diameter) which tend to remain in the air for long periods of time (from weeks to months) are able to penetrate to deep areas of the lungs and can ultimately enter the blood stream. The result is illness. Airborne particulate matter has been linked to a number of respiratory and cardiovascular problems, from asthma and chronic bronchitis to decreased lung function, heart attach and premature death.

It is impossible to avoid breathing in airborne particles but it is possible to limit your exposure, particularly indoors where we spend the bulk of our time. Nanoxi is able to meet a variety of air purification needs in your indoor environments by removing airborne particles as well as allergens such as pet dander, pollen and dust. The filter material of the NCCO reactor is specifically designed to tackle target pollutants and carcinogenic substances and because the filter is regenerative the Nanoxi air purification unit functions at its maximum efficiency at all times so you can breathe better.