1. Fresh outdoor air is purified by PlasmaSphere and enriched with natural energy to levels found only
in the most pristine natural environments, is introduced DIRECTLY into the occupied space.
2. During critical off-season months, fresh incoming air, purified and enriched with energy is slightly
cooler and heavier than the ambient indoor air temperature. This cooler air sinks immediately into
the breathing zone where it is most effective.
3. Contaminants in our airspace exist in two forms; large droplet contamination which drops quickly
out of the breathing zone and microscopic aerosol contamination which stalls and can remain in the
airspace for hours unaffected by air currents in the room.
3.1 The pure outdoor air charged with both positive and negative energy “energizes” the aerosol
particulate causing it to agglomerate (clump together)
3.2 This agglomerated particulate having gained both mass and weight, drops out of the breathing
zone and is more effectively captured by return air or stand-alone filtration systems.
4. Stale, contaminated air is continually removed and discharged at the same rate as the introduction
of incoming fresh, purified outdoor air. Energy is captured from this outgoing air and transferred to
the incoming air for maximum energy efficiency.