VIRUS / BACTERIA DEPLETION TECHNOLOGY
Discovered in 1995 while observing the
accelerated growth of plants in green houses. The observation and subsequent
investigation lead to the adaption of technology that could be developed from
cleansing/sanitization of viruses, bacteria, fungus, pathogens for plants
health into an application that would be directed towards people.
Cleansing the air and surfaces in a confined space (room, building)
by a new technology .
This method calls for the generation of negatively charged energy states from a cathode to a water anode i.e. electric charges "drain" from the electrode having a small radius of curvature, which is fed a high (kV) voltage of negative polarity.
The mechanisms of action are conditioned to develop a stream of negative charges that can be tuned to sanitize virus, bacteria from airborn particles(aerosol).
The negative energy can remain active while people are present allowing for the system to stay on all the time 24/7, which significantly reduces viral/particle loads to the point of significantly reducing transmission in a confined areas. The benefit is that air surrounds, conforms and penetrates all
object that humans can touch thereby, enabling a complete cleansing protocal. The technology also incorporates a small amount of humidity through water flowing which acts as an anode, which collects the particulate in water and traps those particles and dead pathogens, reducing the ability of viral spread. A recent Japanese medical report noted that a higher moisture content in the range of 60% can greatly reduce the ability of virus to spread in confined spaces. The Fujitsu Fugaku demonstrated thru a project performed by RIKEN Institute super computer simulated possible senerios were transmission of viruses could be greatly reduced with higher humidity.
This feature and the ability to penetrate porous objects, thereby sanitizing any potential pathogens.
The region of active thermal energy is the area forming an electric discharge in the air, which is called “quiet smoldering”. This discharge is accompanied by a weak glow near the tip of the needles. This photoelectric effect is caused by some negatively charged atoms received from collisions with electron energy, stopping the electrons from transferring to the next stage. The electrons of these atoms never reach higher orbits, passing back to the state of equilibrium, the atom emits an excess of energy in the form of quantum electromagnetic radiation - heat, light. Thus, a glow forms at the tips of the needles, which can be observed in complete darkness.