How iWave Works
iWave injects ions into the air in a patented process called needle-point bi-polar ionization. This creates a balance of positive and negative ions. As a result, pollutants and gases break down into oxygen, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and water vapor.
The ions generated by iWave are found in nature. While energy and shear break apart molecules in the environment, this purification system produces ions without creating ozone. These ions remove hydrogen molecules from viruses, bacteria, and mold, depriving them of energy and causing them to die. When the ions attach to particles such as pollen, it causes them to bind together to form larger particulates too big to pass through filters.