O2Prime's advanced plasma air purification technology works to safely clean the air inside commercial and residential buildings. The patented technology uses a precise electronic charge to create an electrical field filled with concentrations of ions.

When these ions are injected into the air stream they break down passing pollutants and gases into harmless compounds like: oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen and water vapor.

When these ions come in contact with harmful pathogens such as virus, bacteria, or mold, they steal away hydrogen molecules from the pathogens. Without hydrogen, the pathogens are left without any source of energy to carry on and they die. Unlike air purification technology which relies on ultraviolet light, the ions produced by O2Prime’s technology can travel long distances within the air stream cleaning the air far from the physical location of the plasma generator.

O2Prime Ions – safely cleaning the air you breathe

What is an ion you may ask? An ion is a molecule that is positively or negatively charged, meaning that it has electrons to give or needs electrons to become uncharged, thus becoming stable.

O2Prime’s technology generates the same ions as Mother Nature creates with lightning, waterfalls, ocean waves, and the like. It's Mother Nature's way of cleansing the air naturally and creating a healthy environment. Mother Nature uses energy to break apart molecules. The only difference between O2Prime’s technology and Mother Nature is that O2Prime’s technology does it without developing detectable ozone. 3rd party testing by Intertek/ETL to the UL 867 ozone chamber test confirmed ozone levels less than O.OOPPM!

Caution not all technologies are created equal!

Photocatalytic Oxidation (PCO) technologies chemically manufacture ions using UV radiation shined onto either Titanium Dioxide (Ti02) or a combination of Ti02 and other metals to create a catalytic reaction. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) provided Current Intelligence Bulletin 63to inform the general public as well as requesting any manufacturers using Ti02 to inform their employees and clients of the cancerous risks involved with Ti02.