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Continuous Decomposition

The NCCO oxygen-polymerization air purification technology invented by researchers from Hong Kong has received patents from many countries. This technology can effectively remove harmful Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), including formaldehyde, benzene, tetrachloroethylene, etc., and is fully capable of protecting the needs of all the family.

The air quality word-wide has become increasingly a concerning issue. The novel coronavirus outbreak has led to the frequent use of cleaning agents such as bleach, thus worsening indoor air pollution. Recently, there have been media reports of some people suspecting that their high-concentrated bleach usage has resulted in allergic pneumonia due to the inhalation of large amounts of harmful compounds.

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NCCO decomposes toxic VOCs

bMOLA air purifiers adopt NCCO technology, utilizing dual filters to remove dust and fine suspended particles in the air. This technology combines active oxygen generation and an NCCO (Nano-Confined Catalytic Oxidation) layer to decompose harmful Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in the air into harmless water and carbon dioxide which then are released into the air.

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​NCCO materials
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Active oxygen and VOCs enters NCCO
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​VOCs decomposes in NCCO
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Sustainable use

The oxygen polymerization reaction layer in the NCCO air purification system can be regenerated, and experiments have proved that it can be used up to 12 years, provided our recommended maintenance protocol is followed. Air purifiers using NCCO technology can exert a continuous and efficient purification effect.

A UBC (University of British Columbia) study has shown that the NCCO technology is more effective than other technologies such as plasmacluster and photocatalysis.