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Air that makes us feel good contains an even  balance between positive and negative ions.

How does the technology work?
APjonic adds, to indoor air, negative and positive ions by using cold plasma reduction.

The negative ions attract positively charged particles in the air and make the air bound particles clump together and then fall to the ground because of the increased weight.

Then they can be easily removed by regular cleaning.

At needle ionizations the particles end up in clusters in ventilation ducts.

The method can be used to purify the air from all types of particles.

Through this process the air pollution air has been reduced and we are prevented from inhaling large quantities of unhealthy particles.

When the ions are neutralized the molecules that have held the particle together are separated and the initial composition is gone.

This means that odours and bacteria disappear.

The added positive ions contribute to controlling the environment.

If no positive ions were added all particles would be trapped on walls, people and other materials.

A great number of positive ions are formed in our environment by heating or cooling of air with AC (air conditioning) and at computer screens and other monitors.

Synthetic materials in curtains, clothes and other items also attract negative ions, leaving an air which is less suitable for our health.













up to 99%

airborne particles


up to 90%

fumes, oil mist


up to 99%



up to 99%

benzene, toluene

Food Industry

up to 99,9%

mold spores, odours and bacteria


The air that makes us feel good is formed by positive and negative ions.

Therefore, APjonic uses a bi-polar ionization technology which not only cleans the air but also balances the air sufficiently to avoid static discharges (static electricity).

The human body is great at filtering things but it is sensitive to high concentrations of microparticles.

Information to consider
Particles are continuously on the move in the air. Less than 10% of these are macroparticles, which are possible to see with the human eye.

The rest, 90%, called micro-or nano-particles are so small that you may perceive them as fog or smoke.

The human body is great at filtering things but it is sensitive to high concentrations of microparticles.

Researchers have now found that humans suffer greatly by particles that enter the lungs and get stuck there.

Today, existing ventilation filters and plants have big problems with particles as small as nano-size. Plant filters are not designed to capture these. They pass through and enter  most environments.

















Is everybody soon allergic to something?
Air that makes us feel good contains a good balance between positive and negative ions.

The negative ions seem to give us a general feeling of well-being and they also have a beneficial effect on our body.

A good indoor environment is important in order to avoid health problems.

For people with asthma, allergy and other intolerances, the air quality is particularly important since these people often react earlier and more on poor indoor air quality than those who are healthy.

We spend 90% or more of our time indoors and indoor air is usually of poorer quality than outdoor air.

When more people than usual have trouble and when the problems are related to being in a particular building it is customary to speak of sick building symptoms.

One should especially watch out for environments where moisture and mold damage, lack of ventilation, poor cleaning and air pollution - so-called chemical emissions, occur.

It has also been discovered that you can develop asthma in poor indoor environments for instance in a home with moisture problems.

The relationship between respiratory problems and cardiovascular diseases and the high levels of certain particles in outdoor air have been carefully studied, with terrifying results.


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