A unique and powerful negative ions-generation system, with over-confined plasma ensuring close-to-zero ozone emission. The outcome of 15+ years Research and Development led by French Professor Jacques Breton, member of New York Academy of Sciences, officer of the French Academic Palms.
The system includes an unrivalled number of needles producing the negative ions. The more needles, the safer and more efficient.
System used in vivo during several years in sensitive public places (childcare, healthcare, and office contexts).
Professor Jacques BRETON
Doctor of Physical Sciences, Vice-President and Teacher-Researcher of Bordeaux University
Officer of the Academic Palms - Knight of the National Order of Merit
Member of the New-York Academy of Sciences
Aquitaine Center for Bioclimatic Research and Study (C.E.R.B.A) President Scientique Director (1990)
Lecturer at the International Certificate of Human Ecology (8 European universities): "Physics of the atmosphere and Ecology" / the atmosphere physical and ionic phenomena, their relationships with the environment of life, their impact on health (1976 - 2000)
TEQOYA air purifiers recreate the conditions of negative-ion production that exist in the purest areas of the earth. These negative ions act as natural cleansers. TEQOYA air purifiers intense production of negative ions is simple and totally secure (certified ozone and free-radicals free by an independent laboratory).
As demonstrated in several sudies, purified, negative-ion rich air is beneficial to our health.
TEQOYA air purifiers are an electron source (thus negative ions) powerful enough to ensure the following complete chain of events:
To this purely "kinetic" effect would also be added, according several theories a second, equally important germicidal effect on the bio-contaminants in the air: bacteria, viruses, etc.
Thus is realized a double operation:
These effects can be qualified as essentially "natural", similar to those encountered and observed in outdoor environments, far from any source of intense micropollution.