Think about how wonderful and clean the air smells outside after a thunderstorm. The reason for this condition is the air is full of anions created by the lightening. Anions clean the air of particulates, odor, bacterial, viruses, mold and much more. Anions are molecules that carry a charge, an extra electron. They occur naturally by the breaking waters along the shore and after a lightning storm, that makes most of us feel invigorated and refreshed. This is because the electrical storm has generated trillions of gloriously tranquilizing negative ions that ease tensions and leave us full of energy.
EyeOn® can be embedded in any material such as paint, polymers, fabrics and more. EyeOn® produces a small plasma or electric field consisting primarily of electrons that ionize gas and liquid molecules entering the field, turning them into anions. The anions are the first step in the antimicrobial process and the basis for which commercial ionizers have been marketed and sold for years to clean the air of bacteria, mold, odor and much more.
Powered commercial anion generators have conducted antimicrobial activity tests for decades: After exposing bacteria of escherichia, pseudomonas, klebsiella, staphylococci, streptococci, and candida to a negative ion atmosphere:
Germ counts were reduced by 50% within 6 hours
Reduced 70% within 24 hours.
Negative ionization is a way of controlling disease. - Sulman, Israel
What many scientists around the world learned anions will do:
Suppress bacteria growth
Suppress mold growth
Inhibit/retard Virus growth
Inhibit fungi growth
How exactly do the anions destroy bacteria, viruses, mold, etc?
Disrupts cell metabolism
Inhibits cell division (reproduction)
Prevents respiration by inhibiting transport functions in the cell wall
Reacts with cell component to inhibit bacteria’s activity and ultimately results in the death and decomposition of bacteria
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