Sharp Air Purifiers, Sharp Air Cleaners, Sharp Filters.
|Sharp is well known as a world leader in LCD displays, a developer of the revolutionary Viewcam® camcorders, AQUOS™ LCD Televisions and SharpVision® line of LCD projection products.|
|Furthering its leadership position in technological innovation, Sharp announced the availability of air purification units based on revolutionary Plasmacluster Ion technology. This technology inactivates most airborne particles, including viruses, bacteria, mold spores, germs, fungi and other odor causing substances, while utilizing a filtration system to keep air clean.|
|Sharp has a longstanding history of developing innovative technology and these air purifiers based on Sharp's exclusive Plasmacluster Ion technology is a further validation.|
No other product on the market has the ability to actively seek out and inactivate airborne particles, demonstrating Sharp's commitment to provide customers and industries with premier, one-of-a-kind products.
|Sharp's Plasmacluster Ion technology creates a positive and negative Ion shower (PCI), which recreates the natural chemical process that purifies the air in the Earth's atmosphere. The positive and negative Ions react to form Hydroxyl, which robs the particles of the hydrogen necessary for them to survive. Once the hydroxyl eliminates hydrogen from the virus, it is rendered inactive and the PCI cleansing process is complete. This system is proven to be effective against bacteria, viruses - influenza, cigarette smoke, mold germs, mold spores, pollen, dust, pet odors, exhaust fumes, formaldehyde, poliovirus, coxsackie, staph, E. Coli, colon basillus, cladosporium, and aspergitlus.|
In addition, this dual-function system combines a dust filter, washable active carbon filter, apatite anti-bacterial filter and a HEPA filter to remove up to 99.97% of airborne particles.
Plasmacluster Ion technology is quickly becoming an indispensable air treatment system worldwide for good reason. By reducing the overall volume of airborne particles, allergy and asthma sufferers' exposure to airborne triggers is dramatically reduced.