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Nature’s Process Outdoors

Sunlight produces hydroxyls & organic oxidants

  • Airborne hydroxyls are ideal sanitizing agents
  • Atmospheric hydroxyls are continuously produced by the action of the sun’s ultraviolet energy on oxygen and water in our atmosphere
  • Hydroxyls react with a broader range of chemicals
  • Hydroxyls react so fast that they are consumed within a few milliseconds and never accumulate
  • Hydroxyls react with volatile organic compounds (VOC) and produce organic oxidants, which also sanitize but are not as reactive so they exist longer than hydroxyls
  • Hydroxyls and organic oxidants keep the air outside safe to breathe by decomposing natural and man-made pollutants

Indoors with Envair’s Odorox Units powered by Pyure Technology®

Produces the same concentrations of hydroxyls & organic oxidants as the sun generates outdoors.

  • Produces the same concentrations of hydroxyls and natural oxidants indoors as are found in nature
  • By replicating the levels found outdoors, Odorox ensures safety and efficacy
  • Hydroxyls are a natural oxidant and the most important cleansing agent in our outdoor environment
  • Hydroxyls do not exist naturally indoors – they are consumed within milliseconds when produced by sunlight
  • Natural oxidants diffuse out of the device, react with VOCs and cascade throughout the space
Indoors with EnvAir and Pyure Dynamic Protection®

Hydroxyl Production Levels

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