Our Cold Plasma Nano+ Technology

Aller Plasma Nano+ uses the latest Nano Ceramic dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) material with a catalytic coating Nano Titanium Dioxide to artificially produce plasma. 

What is Plasma?

Plasma, the 4th state of matter, is a mixture of ions and free moving electrons. Energy is needed to strip electrons from atoms to be able to produce plasma. This “energy” may come from: thermal, electrical, or light. With insufficient energy, plasma recombine into neutral gas.

On Earth, plasma cannot naturally exist. Through science, cold plasma can be artificially-produced through various method. This is where we come in.

 

Nano Ceramic Dielectric Barrier Discharge (DBD)

Air

O2 + H2O

Positive ions

 H+

Negative ions

O2-

Free Radicals

OH

Ionized Air from Cold Plasma Technology

 

When air passes through the DBD module of the device, it produces low-temperature or cold plasma - a highly reactive and unstable mixture of positive and negative ions.  This plasma or “ionized air” reacts with harmful elements in the surrounding air to break down chemical bonds of pollutants and deactivate cell membranes of bacteria and viruses.

Indoor air is filled with pollutants like microbes and volatile organic compounds or VOCs.

The production of postive and negative ions allows destruction of these.

How does Cold Plasma work?

 

This plasma ions wrap around cell membranes of harmful pathogens, bacteria, viruses and other odor molecules and oxidize it. As a result they are converted into H20 and CO2 vapors in the air.

STAGE 1

Dispersion of Ions

Positive and negative ions are dispersed into the surrounding air.

STAGE 2

Deactivation

Ions actively attach to and break down the DNA cell membranes of pathogens, bacteria, viruses, and VOCs.

STAGE 3

Oxidation

Once oxidized, all substances return to the air as harmless water vapor.

Microbes and VOCs that are proven to be eliminated with the technology.

 

Viruses

Tested on H1N1 Influenza A

Bacteria

Tested on Staphylococcus Albus

Fungi

Tested on Black Mold

Formaldehyde

In House Paints & Glues

Ammonia

In Disinfectants

Tobacco Smoke

In Secondhand Smoking

Acetaldehyde

In Smoke, Engine Exhaust

Benzene

In Exhaust Fumes

Acetic Acid

In Wood Glues, Pesticides

Section Illustrations by Alice Noir and Tatyana of the Noun Project

Nano+ Technology Tested

 

The Aller Plasma Nano+ Sterilizer has been certified effective by the Guangdong Detection Center of Microbiology in a crucial series of tests conducted against the H1N1 or Influenza A virus, pollutants such as Benzene and Formaldehyde, Staphylococcus albus bacteria and VOCs (volatile organic compounds) such as acetaldehyde, ammonia and acetic acid found in cigarette smoke.


Click respective certificate report number cell to view the certificate.

The future is not safe, but you can choose to be safe now.