Airora product development has continually focused on safety. In June 2020, the Airora Professional PAW100/500 product passed an IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) test at the UK's Building Research Establishment (BRE) with flying colours.
The IAQ test measured the amounts of some potentially harmful substances in the ambient air (representing a typical room) before and after using Airora Professional.
Those substances were: CO (Carbon Monoxide), CO2 (Carbon Dioxide), NOx (Nitrogen Oxides), NO2 (Nitrogen Dioxide), Ozone, PM1, PM2.5, PM10 particulates, Formaldehyde, and VOCs (volatile organic compounds).
To pass the test, the air after using the Airora device could not exceed the IAQ guidelines for safe levels for any of these pollutants.
The results demonstrated that Airora products meet IAQ standards across the board.
Moreover, the amounts of every substance measured were far smaller than the maximum safe levels.
We're delighted to be able to confirm that Airora is a people-safe technology.
For detailed results of our IAQ tests, please contact us.
We will soon be conducting efficacy testing of our new Airora products. Please follow us to stay informed.
Dr Wyatt blogs on his lifetime's experience of Indoor Air Quality Issues.