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Air Treatment System    
Aerosol Droplets
• Fall after emission
• Uneven diffusion
• Lease wet deposits
• 1,000,000 times heavier
Nano Droplets
• Behave like a vapor
• Uniform, full coverage
• Leave no deposits
• Diffusion is controlled

Diffusion Technology
- Converts liquid fragrances into nano-droplets
- Droplets less than 1/2 micron or 1/100th the diameter of human hair
- Creates scent effect with less product required than an aerosol spray
- Delivery systems are fully programmable
- Safe for use in HVAC systems
- Low maintenance – fragrance cartridge change only

Patented micro-droplet technology – creates a uniform scent effect throughout an enclosed interior space utilizing ultra-low concentrations of liquid compared to aerosols.
Effective odor control – erases malodors through the use of proprietary odor neutralizing agents which work in concert with custom-made scents.
Safety – scent effects are created without use of solvents, propellants, or any other harmful VOCs. Meets and exceed all consumer product safety standards.
Recurring revenue generator – fragrance and odor agents come packaged in disposable, tamper and leaf-proof, recyclable cartridges that are designed to last 30-60 days depending on use.

Technology advantage:

Effective air treatment at less than one part per million concentration.

To deal with odors and create a pleasing ambience, it is no longer necessary to saturate a space with heavy concentrations of scent and environmentally unfriendly VOCs (volatile organic compounds). The nano-droplet generation technology represents a genuine breakthrough in the use of liquids for air treatment applications including Odor Remediation, Ambient Scenting, Restroom Hygiene, and Aromatherapy.

The essence of the Air Treatment System breakthrough is the use of tiny droplets and the ability to produce them with consistent sizes and controllable quantities from both aqueous and non-aqueous liquids. In air treatment applications, these droplets serve as transport vehicles for air treatment agents such as fragrances and odor neutralizers to blend with the ambient air in interior spaces.

Conventional aerosols produce droplets that vary in size between 30 and 100 microns in diameter. These droplets consistently measure less than 1 micron(1). Relative to a conventional aerosol droplet of, say, 50 microns in diameter, the droplet is 1/50 the size, 1/125,000 the weight (2), and presents to the air more than 50 times more exposed surface area per unit of volume (3). Thus, the droplet is highly effective at ultra-low concentrations of less than one part per million.

Importantly, the droplet is produced with very low pressure and no heat, ensuring that the original chemical compound is not altered in any way. The droplet is delivered into the air without the use of potentially harmful VOCs as propellants.

Droplets size makes a significant difference in air treatment performance. Here’s why:

Unlike heavier aerosol droplets which fall to the floor or other surfaces within minutes, the droplet is much smaller and very much lighter droplets behave like a “dry” gas remaining airborne for many hours(4), blending uniformly throughout an interior space and without leaving surface deposits.

A 50 times more exposed surface area-to-volume ratio gives the smaller droplet a huge performance advantage over the conventional aerosol. More surface area means more contact between the air treatment agent and the air being treated. It means that ultra-low concentrations of chemical compounds amounting to less than one part per million (ppm) – well below allergenic and toxicity thresholds – achieve excellent odor remediation and scenting results.

Control of droplet size and number is critical to maintaining the head-space concentration levels so important in air treatment applications. The nano-droplet generation technology can produce output from immeasurably low quantities to 10 liters per hour. This technology also controls droplet size, rejecting all that are too large. The onboard computer system is programmable to control flow rate and output.

1. Actual diameters are between 800 and 1,200 nanometers.
2.This can be calculated using the formula for the volume of a sphere - V=лr 3(4/3)
3.The surface area of 1 50um particle is 7.85e-9 m^2 while the area of 125,000 1 um droplet (same volume) is 3.93e-7 m^2. The surface area is therefore 50 times greater for the 125,000 1 um droplets than for the single 50 um droplet.
4.It is estimated that a 1 micron droplet requires 14 hours to fall 6 feet.