Bipolar Ionization is now approved by the Federal Environment Agency, which has recently changed its stance in favor of ionization and plasma technology after reviewing current scientific evidence. The agency is updating its publications on the use and mode of action of ionization technology in indoor air accordingly.
We are elated about these – long overdue – substantial adjustments.
They lead to
- a fundamental recognition of ionization and plasma technology as an effective method for drastically reducing the viral load in indoor spaces,
- a more balanced comparison of different air purification technologies,
- and a clear demarcation of ozone technology from ionization and plasma technology.
A word about ozone
When using bipolar ionization, depending on the room conditions (room volume, air flow, air volume), ozone can emerge; but only to the extent that it naturally occurs as part of the outside air.
Technical competence and experience are decisive when it comes to indoor air purification to ensure safety and efficiency.
Bioclimatic has proven through decades of practice and worldwide use of bipolar Ionization that it is safe and sustainable. When used properly and as intended, all of our systems and devices comply with the strict national and international limits and guideline values or fall well below them in order to ensure toxicological harmlessness.
A great many customers have trusted in our competence for decades.
Against the backdrop of the current pandemic, we see the use of ionization and plasma technology for indoor air purification as an important, safe and preventive means of reducing the viral load indoors and thus to minimize the risk of infection.
In short: we are proud to efficiently contribute to the containment of the Corona pandemic.