COLD PLASMA - TECHNOLOGY

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OPTIMAL PROTECTION AGAINST PATHOGENS THANKS TO COLD PLASMA

WHAT IS COLD PLASMA?

Cold atmospheric plasma is a gaseous mixture of ionized molecules and electrons and is referred to as the fourth state of matter alongside solid, liquid and gaseous. The charged particles can eliminate native bacteria, enveloped viruses, fungi, pollen and odor molecules. Only electricity and ambient air are required for generation. There is no waste material. Our units generate the cold plasma themselve using our unique & innovative plasma source.

HAND SANITIZER WITHOUT ALCOHOL

In our Hand Sanitizer, in addition to electricity and ambient air, we require a small amount of our operating water – approximately one drop per application. Our operating water can be stored for a long time and is characterized by a very low degree of contamination. It is nebulized into very fine aerosols, the tiny particles wet the entire hand. Our patented cold plasma aerosol mixture is so effective that it even reaches the areas between fingers, under fingernails, and the space between jewelry and skin. Unlike alcohols, it does not damage the skin’s own flora. The mixture is just as harmless for objects such as mobile phones, keys, credit cards and much more.

Hand Sanitizer water tank
Air Sanitizer BlueTaction Pro

AIR & SURFACE DISINFECTION IN REAL TIME

In our Air Sanitizers, the cold plasma is generated in the unit and is distributed evenly and permanently into the room and on surfaces. The disinfection therefore takes place in real time and on the spot. As soon as someone enters the room and exhales pathogens, they are directly eliminated. The air is not first sucked in by a loud device, filtered and blown out again, but cleaned directly at the same place. By the way: odors, pollen and animal epithelia are also reduced by the cold plasma.

COLD PLASMA -
THE TECHNOLOGY OF THE FUTURE​

In this video, Co-Founder Timon explains the technology.

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