Airocide Air Purifier Designed for the Space Station

Airocide Air Purifier Designed for the Space Station

March 21, 2013

Airocide Air Purifier Designed for the Space Station

Airocide Air Purifier designed many years ago for the International Space Station, it’s now available for your home.

The Air Purifier uses tiny glass rings covered in titanium dioxide, to instantly destroy almost all of airborne pathogens and allergens.



Households – average results 75% reduction in bacteria and mold
Office – average results 72% reduction in bacteria and mold
Surgery – average results 73% reduction in bacteria and mold
Childcare Center – average results 60% reduction in bacteria and mold
Dental Private Practices – average results 81% reduction in bacteria and mold

”The Inactivation of Two Trichothecene Mycotoxins Using the Airocide Photocatalytic Oxidation Reactor” – Center for Indoor Air Research, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.
The efficacy of an Airocide photocatalytic oxidation reactor in detoxifying the trichothecene mycotoxins verrucarin and roridin A over 3 time intervals was evaluated. Turbidity was measured every two hours by measuring the absorbance at 550 nm in a microtiter plate reader. Results showed that Airocide completely inactivated the mycotoxins at all tested concentrations.

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