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"The unit creates an Open Air Factor [a fogger] rich in hydroxyl radicals, to destroy microbes including flu and cold viruses and bacteria, both in the air and on surface contact. Hydroxyl radicals are found naturally in abundance in outdoor fresh air, with high concentrations in forested mountain areas, and are completely harmless to people."
The decontamination process occurs both within and outside the machine, to create a continual supply of hydroxyl radicals dispersed throughout a room, making it effective even without processing all of the air through the unit.
In laboratory tests, the purifier destroyed samples of MRSA bacteria within an hour. The "purification process is 100 times more effective than any current method of decontamination and can maintain air purity for as long as the unit is operational". Now, if only they could make a Roomba that sucks MRSA out of artificial turf…-Andy Wright