AN INNOVATION IN AIR TREATMENT
Definition of photocatalysis :
Photocatalysis is the acceleration of a chemical reaction caused by the light spectrum.
Activity occurs when a light source interacts with a semiconductor.
DEC'AIR carries out photocatalysis using UV-A lamps (safe) associated with a Titanium oxide-based catalyst media, the whole being the subject of a patent. It generates a natural reaction under the effect of light by releasing free radicals, thus destroying single, double and triple carbon chains (viruses, bacteria, miscelliums...).
It decomposes bacteria, viruses, spores, etc... but also a wide variety of polluting elements. Its effectiveness on odor-generating molecules makes it possible to obtain an aseptic and pleasant ambient air without the addition of products. It is a self-regenerating system that does not require the addition of chemicals. It is designed for rooms in hot or cold rooms.
In a 65m² room, it totally destroys biological particles and odors in about 30 minutes. This process uses a treated and woven carbon fiber fabric to absorb peaks of pollutants before destruction. This process uses a treated and woven carbon fiber fabric to absorb peaks of pollutants before destruction. It is capable of coupling with up to four DEC'AIR in order to increase its capacity and processing. It can solve with total efficiency the problem of air contamination in hospital, public or private environments.
The DEC'AIR exists in different colors, you can add a lamp, a support or a shell. It is totally customizable.