Air Treatment and Qual­ity Improvement

Properly Ionized Air is Essential to Health

Over the course of human his­tory, the human body has adapted to the nat­ural envi­ron­ment by respond­ing to sub­tle changes in air para­me­ters. The air we breathe has a cer­tain chem­i­cal and ionic com­po­si­tion that is com­posed of gases like oxy­gen, hydro­gen, and nitro­gen — with their ions present in cer­tain ratios. Ions are par­ti­cles that make up gases, which have gained or lost one elec­tron. An ion that is miss­ing an elec­tron is called a pos­i­tive ion and an ion that has gained an elec­tron is called a neg­a­tive ion.

Increased Air Quality Improves the Quality of Life