Clean Air Hawaii
Clean Air Hawaii

How Bipolar Ionization Works to Clean the Air of Pollutants

Indoor ductwork in Hawaii warehouse

Proactively purifying indoor air in Hawaii spaces

Start at the Source

Much like sunlight does in the atmosphere, bipolar ionization technology produces a natural bio-climate rich in positive and negative oxygen ions in Hawaii indoor spaces. The negative ions contain an extra electron while the positive ions are missing an electron resulting in an unstable condition. In an effort to restabilize, these bipolar ions seek out atoms and molecules in the air to trade electrons with, effectively neutralizing particulate matter, bacteria and virus cells, odorous gases and aerosols, and VOCs.

Comparison chart of different clean air technology solutions

 Bipolar ionization technology can be a superior solution for certain Hawaii applications as it proactively treats the air in the occupied space at the source of contamination. Traditional end-of-pipe solutions utilize a reactive “pass-through” or “filtered” approach.