Continuous Disinfection

The new Covid-2 coronavirus pandemic continues to affect our lives globally. It is now crucial to have an air purifier that kills bacteria and viruses to protect our families’ health. The b-MOLA air purifier utilizes NCCO (Nano-Confined Catalytic Oxidation) technology to kill germs and bacteria, disinfecting the air.

Many domestic air purifiers use high-efficiency particulate air filters (HEPA) as the primary air purification technology. HEPA uses filter screening, inertial impact, electrostatic interception, and diffusion to filter pollutants (PM2.5 to PM0.03). Bacteria and viruses attached to HEPA however can survive up to 120 days.

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Some companies use chemical sterilization technology, involving the coating of chemicals on HEPA to perform sterilization. However, when a HEPA filter is used for a prolonged period of time, its surface will be covered with dust and fine contaminants. If it is not replaced and continued to be used, bacteria or viruses will not make contact with the chemical coating on the surface of the HEPA filter, subsequently losing its sterilization strength and effect. 

bMOLA air purifiers use NCCO (Nano-Confined Catalytic Oxidation) technology invented by researchers at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. This air purification system provides a continuous sterilization effect by combining safe active oxygen generators with the NCCO technology. Harmful substances such as chemical fungicides are potentially toxic to the body and are not used in the system. The reaction layer is highly effective in killing bacteria and viruses, and the scientific community has proven its effectiveness.

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At the same time, the oxygen polymerization reaction layer can be re-used, and experiments have proven that it can be used for up to 12 years, exerting a continuous, safe, sterilization and sustainable effect.

NCCO (Nano-Confined Catalytic Oxidation) technology has been adopted by more than 200 medical institutions worldwide, including Tuen Mun Hospital and Ruttonjee Hospital in Hong Kong. from Hong Kong to Helsinki.




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NCCO removes airborne bacteria from HEPA