Atmofizer is leading 4th generation in air technology

Atmofizer’s patented agglomeration technology uses acoustic pressure waves to reduce airborne nanoscopic particles.

Managing Odors

Customers have observed significant odor reduction in:

Tobacco Smoke
Tobacco Smoke
Cooking/Kitchen Smell
Cooking/Kitchen Smell
Stale Air Scent
Stale Air Scent
Lakehouse/Beach House Smell
Lakehouse/Beach House Smell
Interior Material Smell In New Cars
Interior Material Smell in New Cars
Cannabis Smoke
Cannabis Smoke

Atmofizer Technology

reduces nanoparticles by agglomerating them into larger, aggregated clusters. Larger particles are more easily mitigated and fall to the ground more quickly.

  • Economical

    Increased particle size can significantly extend filter life in HVAC systems or other air filters working nearby, decreasing replacement costs (as well as wear and tear on components) and lowering electricity bills.

  • Air Quality

    Larger particles enable lower-grade air filters to perform at filtration levels equivalent to higher-rated filters at the cost of lower rated, lower-priced MERV filters and create cleaner air with lower air pressure.

  • Sustainability

    Extending filter life reduces landfill waste. Increased efficiency reduces energy consumption. Improved filter performance enables more effective use of washable/recyclable filters.

Portable Air Purifiers

Proprietary Technology to Create Cleaner Air

50% reduction of nanoparticles

Over 50% reduction

of nanoparticles in 30 minutes on medium setting.

Less than 12 min

Less than 12 minutes
(5x per hour)

to process the amount of air in an average 1,000 cubic foot room at high setting (88 CFM)

No Ionization

Does not use ionization

or create ozone

  • 300 BC

    1st Generation

    Bring fresh air in and pushing bad air out

    • Ancient Egypt
  • 1850s

    2nd Generation

    Capturing airborne particles on a surface

    • Gas mask (1854)
    • Carbon Filter (1862)
    • HEPA Filter (1940)
  • 1870s

    3rd Generation

    Cleansing the air using chemicals or light

    • Sunlight (1877)
    • UV Lighting (1938)
  • 2020s

    4th Generation

    Reducing nanoparticles by fusing them into aggregates

    • Atmofizer Agglomeration Engine patented in 2022