Technology
Read studies and articles about the technology behind the Atmofizer.

USPTO

USPTO: Patent granted for Ultra-fine Particle Aggregation, Neutralization and Filtration

(1) … nonprovisional of U.S. Patent Application No. 63/221,289 filed on Jul. 13, 2021, which is hereby incorporated by reference herein in its entirety.

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(2) This disclosure relates to filtering and neutralizing ultra-fine particles in fluids such as air and water.

IUTA Measurements on Agglomeration Efficiency of Atmofizer

The Institute for Energy and Environmental Study* determination on the agglomeration (particle clustering) efficiency of the Atmofizer.

*IUTA is one of the largest private research facilities in Germany and has been researching micropollutants for more than 15 years.
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MIT_News

MIT: Study finds ultrasound has potential to damage coronaviruses

“Simulations show ultrasound waves…can cause the virus’ shell and spikes to collapse and rupture.”

UL Lab Services Atmofizer Evaluation and Certification

UL Labs verification certifies the claim that Atmofizer “Reduces 99.99% of airborne viruses and bacteria in treated air.”
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EU Safety Certification of Atmofizer

Certification that the Atmofizer tested and complies with EU safety requirements.

Aerosol Research and Engineering Laboratories Testing Atmofizer

This in-vitro study characterized the decontamination efficacy of the Atmofizer device against two aerosolized microbial species – MRSE Bacteria (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Epidermis) and Virus “PhiX-174” with result of 99.9946%

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CE Certification of Atmofizer

This is an EU Declaration of Conformity that the Atmofizer has been developed, constructed and manufactured in compliance with the requirements of the European Directives.


 UV-C for control of gray mold

Research on the effect of UV light on ultrafine mold particles is still pretty new. This study shows UV-C causing a “highly significant reduction” in mold on roses without harming the roses themselves. 


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