Access to cleaner air



Limiting outdoor pollutants and eliminating indoor pollutants is an easy way to improve air quality. Keeping doors and windows closed during the pollen season, choosing non-toxic cleaning products and regular vacuuming can have a positive impact on indoor air quality. 



Adding fresh air to your indoor space can help dilute the concentration of pollutants and improve air quality. 

Unfortunately, this method can also contribute negatively, depending on the weather or outdoor pollutants, such as mould, pollen or smog from industry and Traffic.



By controlling the amount of the harmful particles, which are supplied via e.g. the ventilation system, open windows or us humans. With NPBI Ionisation, for example, we reduce large amounts of outside particles and contribute to a significant reduction of indoor nuisances such as: VOCs, bad odours, viruses and bacteria and ensure fresh, healthy and safe indoor air.

90% of our entire lives are spent indoors

Do you want to be in an office, a shopping centre, a treatment room or an educational institution with a heavy indoor environment including airborne and unwanted viruses? - I guess not! Indoor air can be up to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air.

Our biggest problem is the smallest particles

Poor indoor climate

Atmospheric dust samples taken by the University of Minnesota show that 98% of all particles in the air are below 1µm and weigh only 3% of the total weight.

Particles of this size are not moved by draughts or wind: they can travel through our airways and into our bloodstreams, causing harm. 

There's something in the air