Droplets often contain pathogens, which are expelled through coughing and sneezing. The superheating principle vaporizes these droplets to free their pathogens, making them easier to destroy. Our device keeps pathogens inside the reactor, trapping them in a layer of porous material. Air velocity is practically unaffected, while pathogen velocity rapidly decreases. This increases the amount of time pathogens are exposed to the high temperature, which, in turn, increases neutralization effectiveness.
Our technology’s neutralization method relies on a thermal reactor and a high-performance filter that are resistant to very high temperatures. Ambient air is compressed in the device to force high-temperature air flow through the filter, which blocks any pathogens larger than 1.5 nanometers with an efficiency rate of 99.9999999%.