18 November 2022
All Healthy Air Purifiers are powered by our unique patented DNO (D-Nano Orbital) catalyst technology. It represents a significant breakthrough in air purification, being able to destroy bacteria, viruses and pollutants transforming them into harmless substances, making the air clean and fresh.
The DNO-Technology was developed by Dr. Xiao Tiancun, an Oxford University scientist and was the culmination of over a decade of research at the institute. From his research Healthy Air Technology was born and all our machines have been designed to best take use of his scientific developments.
Why it’s different:
Traditional air purifiers use filters to capture pollutants letting the purified air be released into the room. This approach often lets bacteria, viruses and pollution be re-released at a later point known as “secondary release”. The DNO-Catalyst resolves this problem, it breaks everything trapped in the machine down and completely transforms the substances removing the possibility of secondary release.
Is it trusted?
Healthy Air units equipped with DNO-Technology are used by a variety of clients, including the British Olympics Team, hospitals across Europe and Asia, AstraZeneca vaccine manufacturers and more. The technology is bringing the highest level of air purification, suitable for a medical environment, to other indoor spaces.
Where can I learn more?
If you’d like to learn more about our units head to our product page here: https://healthyairtech.com/our-products/
You can also use our contact page if you have any questions for us, or would like to chat about or products and find out if they would work for you: https://healthyairtech.com/contact/
To learn more about our core technologies, check out our technology page or feel free to contact us for a copy of the DNO-Catalysts whitepaper: https://healthyairtech.com/technology/
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