How it Works

In straightfroward speak, water molecules from the natural moisture in the air are drawn through the BAXX-Air cold plasma field and converted to hydroxyl clusters. In this process they lose a hydrogen atom leaving them receptive and unbalanced.

The hydrogen atoms float freely in the air and when the atom collides with microbes on surfaces or in the air, they attach to their cell wall and disrupt its structure. Without a proper functioning cell wall the microbe dies instantly.

Once the microbe is eliminates, the hydroxyl cluster regains its missing hydrogen atom and returns to being a water molecule.

Harmful odours are treated the same way.

Whole selections of microbes were effectively eliminated by the system including E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Listeria monocytogenes, Pseudomonas, Campylobacter, Bacillus subtilis, Salmonella and Saccharomyces cerevisiae.

Has it been tested?

Along with Australian and International HACCP Certification, the technology has been tested by the independent and accredited UK laboratory SGS. In a room of 28 m2 at 27°C, the system reduced bacteria levels by 81.1 to 99.9% within 90 min, and viral traces were reduced by 88.96%.Tests were carried out on rice placed in a high-humidity environment for one week and it was found that when it was held in a Baxx protected area, mould growth and spore production was completely eliminated. It was also found that the system was capable of reducing ammonia levels from 100% saturation down to zero in 30 min. Without Baxx intervention the levels were only 48% over the same time period.

Why the BAXX-Air?

HACCP approval and endorsement insure the confidence of compliance and a  reputable performance even outside the food manufacturing industry.

Due to the cold plasma generator there is no need for filters unlike some of the other air purifying technologies.

Baxx-Air cold plasma technology produces hydroxyl clusters – long recognised and proven as an effective method of airborne pathogen control.

Are you ready to take the next steps in your airborne hygiene?

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