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Hydro-Peroxide for Indoor Air Quality

Mikala Davidson | 12/16/2020 | Posted in Indoor Air Quality

Hydro-Peroxide is a safe and effective way to clean the air in your home.

Why is an Air Purifier Beneficial to your Home?

Air purification systems are becoming more and more important nowadays. By having an air purifier in your home, it can have a great deal of benefits to your overall health. Many air purification systems help reduce the growth of organisms within your home and effectively destroy airborne pathogens and other contaminants including, VOC’s, smoke, odors, CO, CO2 and dissolved gases.

The Special Cleaning Properties of Hydrogen-Peroxide 

Controlled oxidation is an excellent way to destroy organics such as odors, viruses, bacteria, VOC’s and mold. Luckily, hydrogen-peroxide is an oxidizer that does just that! 

Hydrogen-peroxide (H2O2) is a compound of two-parts hydrogen and two-parts oxygen. It’s very close to water (H2O) with one extra atom of oxygen. In fact, hydrogen-peroxide has been used by the medical community for upwards of 170 years, mostly for disinfecting purposes. It’s also considered to be the safest oxidizer available, after oxygen. This is why you may have seen it used in toothpaste, mouthwash and other household cleaners!

Hydrogen-Peroxide Meets your HVAC System

In the late 1990s, RGF Environmental, patented an ionized hydro-peroxide technology called, Photohydroionization (PHI),  that creates hydro-peroxides from moisture in the air within an HVAC system. Essentially, PHI, simulates the natural hydro-peroxides in the outdoor air and releases this into your home. PHI kill microbes at the source, instead of trapping them within your filter system. The air within your home will smell cleaner, as 55%-98% of odors are reduced.  This process is a well developed way to proactively sanitize the air within your home!

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