NEXT-GENERATION AIR PURIFICATION FOR LARGE SPACES
To find a solution to protecting the air quality from harmful particles like coronavirus in indoor spaces.
To combine proven eco-friendly technologies and provide the unique solution for air decontamination in small, but above all very large indoor spaces.
Sustainable and healthy indoor environment has received increasing attention during the coronavirus crisis, causing challenging society-altering interventions we’ve been all living through since last year.
In this regard air decontamination from harmful particles became the key issue not only for healthcare or security sectors, but for the majority of them. Return to ‘normal’ will take longer than previously anticipated, despite the recent excitement concerning the stunning developments in vaccination.
We can probably talk about the transition to the “next normal”, where more conscious approach to technologies guaranteeing virus-free air quality will take place. There will be a need in such technologies longer than expected as achieving an immunity of the population will take longer and virus mutations will extend the pandemic.
Highly Efficient Air Decontaminator
VIRUS-EX closes the market gap for large-volume efficient air cleaning devices for the nanoparticle range, especially for viruses like the corona virus. The group of companies has a unique knowledge of the handling of aerosols from its 15 years of activity in the amplification of rainfall. The present solution combines the technologies of air ionization with electro- spraying. Each of them has an efficiency of about 70% for the destruction of nanoparticles. The created interaction will achieve a success of about 99%. Consumables such as filters are not needed, the energy requirement is comparatively extremely low.
Brainmate's patented invention is the creation of an apparatus for the electrostatic deactivation and removal of biologically hazardous and other aerosols from the air. This air purification and disinfection is achieved by combining the ionization of the air and the electrospraying of special liquids to collect and remove the pollutants. This combination is scalable and therefore also suitable for the rapid cleaning of very large air volumes.
The technical processes have no side effects that are harmful to the environment or endangering the user
The devices can be switched modularly and can therefore be integrated relatively easily as an additional component in air conditioning and ventilation systems
Two versions of the device are planned, sketches show designs: