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Wipe Them out with Nature’s Secret Weapon:
NEGATIVE IONS (a.k.a. ANIONS)

 

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You Already Know All About Negative IONS, Don’t You?

  • Do you love the way the air feels when you walk down a pristine beach with the wind wafting across the water?
  • Do you love the freshness of the after a rainstorm?
  • What about the fresh fragrance of a the forest on a cool fall day?
  • When you walk into a stale smelling room, the urge to open a window is related to your love of air that is loaded with Negative IONS.

Antibacterial and Antiviral Applications in Hospitals – Epidemiological Study

 

Press Release from Leeds University: New weapon to fight hospital infections – January 2, 2003 A potential new weapon in the fight against hospital acquired infections has been discovered by researchers at the University of Leeds. Lead researcher Dr Clive Beggs said: “This is the first epidemiological study of its kind into the use of ionisers in hospital wards and the initial results are very promising. We believe that the negative air ions are removing the bacteria from the air, so stopping the transmission of infection. Our tests have focused solely on acinetobacter, but it’s possible the ionisers may have had an effect on other airborne bacteria. We now need to carry out further research to determine exactly how the ions work and how widespread their effects could be.”

PRESS RELEASE FROM THE LEEDS STUDY

Built to Last

SUPERIOR ION EMITTERS: The part that wears out quickly on other negative ion generators. The one part that wears down on ALL negative ion generators (the ion emitter) is not only replaceable, but long lasting. Standard SSE long-life, plug-in negative ion emitters are reliable, replaceable, inexpensive, and user-renewable. Our optional* long-life CFE ion emitters are made from a high-tech, space-age material that is virtually maintenance-free. The CFE emitter requires no trimming, since the diameter of the fibers is almost microscopically small (only 0.8 microns). And dusting off the emitter is only needed 2 or 3 times a year. The CFE simply plugs into ionizer in place of the standard SSE emitter as shown below.

Allergies, Pollen & Dust

In the spring, tree pollen is the predominate cause of airborne allergic reactions. In the late summer to early fall, ragweed and other weed pollen is the culprit. Mold spores can bother us through most of the year. Click Here and enter your own ZIP code for the pollen count and four-day pollen forecast for your area. Negative ions help remove allergy-causing particles from the air in your room. They do this by causing allergens such as pollen, mold spores, dust, and pet dander floating in the air (which have either a neutral or a positive charge) to be attracted to and stick to each other, forming ‘clumps’ (because opposite charges attract). These clumps of allergy-causing particulates then become heavy enough so that gravity can simply pull them down to the floor, where they can be vacuumed up, rather than staying in suspension where they can be breathed in and cause allergic reactions. (They do not directly “cure” allergies, hay fever, or sinus problems.)

 

Beat Dust Without Filters

You’ve seen dust and pollen floating in a beam of sunlight shining in the window, haven’t you? Well, when a Comtech Research ionizer is in operation, you see very little (if any) of that. The spot of light is visible on the carpet, but the sunbeam between the window and the carpet is invisible. That is the reason they can help people with allergies: they help remove dust, pollen, mold spores, and other allergens from the air. Negative ionization of the air does a superb job of eliminating most tiny pollen particles that float in the air. They are often normally suspended in the air (even when the air in the room seems calm) just by the normal convective air currents. Because there is no fan (like in filter-type air filters or room air purifiers), the dust on floors and tables is not stirred up, and so the air in a room with a negative ionizer in use can become exceedingly free of dust, pollen, mold spores, and other allergens. And, the air does not have to pass through a filter or fan to be cleaned; the air throughout the room is purified. (Of course, if you have a window open on a windy day and the pollen is blowing in, no negative ionizer will clear the air quickly enough to help anyone.)

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Try any product sold here in your home for a full 60 days from date of shipment. If, for any reason, the product does not meet your expectations, you may then return it to us for a refund.* After inspection of the returned merchandise, we refund your purchase price (less shipping and installation charges, if any) of any ionizer or emitter displayed on our web site*. Historically, the return rate on our air purifier products is less than one-half of one percent. That is a fact, and it testifies to the satisfaction of our ionizer customers. But if you purchase something from us and do want to return it, you should contact us for instructions and a return authorization number first. NOTE: Returned product(s) must be received by us within seventy calendar days of invoice date (or the day we shipped it to you, if that happens to be later than the invoice date) in like-new, saleable condition with all original packaging, manuals, ion detector, ion emitter(s)**, and any other accessories shipped with the product. Before returning anything to us, you must first contact us for authorizations and instructions. We reserve the right to refuse items returned without prior authorization.

Press release from Leeds University Study: New weapon to fight hospital infections – January 2, 2003 A potential new weapon in the fight against hospital acquired infections has been discovered by researchers at the University of Leeds. The scientists studied the effect of negative air ionizers on infections caused by acinetobacter; a pathogen responsible for increasing numbers of sometimes fatal infections amongst hospital patients. Ionizers were placed in the intensive care unit at St James’s University Hospital, which, like similar wards across the UK, has had recurrent problems with infections caused by acinetobacter. For the first six months the researchers, from the aerobiological research group in the University’s school of civil engineering, monitored the normal situation in the unit, taking samples from surfaces, patients and from the air to monitor bacteria levels, and logging the number of patient infections. During the second half of the year-long trial, the ionizers were switched on, and the results were impressive: infections due to acinetobacter reduced dramatically. Lead researcher Dr Clive Beggs said: “This is the first epidemiological study of its kind into the use of ionizers in hospital wards and the initial results are very promising. We believe that the negative air ions are removing the bacteria from the air, so stopping the transmission of infection. Our tests have focused solely on acinetobacter, but it’s possible the ionizers may have had an effect on other airborne bacteria. We now need to carry out further research to determine exactly how the ions work and how widespread their effects could be.” Even without further research, the fact the ionizers are already making a difference is good enough for lead consultant at St James’s intensive care unit, Dr Stephen Dean. “We wanted to be involved in the trial as infections are a major issue for units such as ours, where many patients are already very vulnerable,” he said. “The results have been fantastic – so much so that we asked the University to leave the ionizers with us. Since the trial finished in May, we’ve kept them in operation, and have continued to see greatly reduced acinetobacter infections on the ward.” Dr Kevin Kerr, lead clinical microbiologist on the project, said: Acinetobacter infections are very difficult to treat as the bacterium is resistant to nearly all antibiotics, so prevention of these infections is of key importance. Ionizers may become a powerful weapon in the fight against hospital-acquired infection.