Helping the world breathe safely again
Our 16 years of research and development efforts on clean-tech have been based on one simple, yet crucial mission: to help the world breathe safely again.
Dangerous, ultra-fine particle exposure poses a seriously underestimated, global threat to human health. The spread of viruses, industrial chemicals, bacteria, airborne pathogens, pollutants, and allergens of all aspects are regularly occurring indoors.
There are billions of these ultra-fine particles in the air, which, because of their microscopic size, find a way to infiltrate our bodies through the mouth, nose, and eyes, then move internally to penetrate our vital organs.
Unfortunately, today’s air-purifying technology has extremely limited effectiveness in saving us from ultra-fine particles and treacherous airborne threats and pandemics (such as SARS and COVID-19).
Worse yet, today’s standard filters and purification systems that use filters such as HEPA, ULPA, or Ionization, are unable to do anything to protect us from these ultra-fine particles and airborne threats.
ATMOFIZER is the first and only, highly efficient, filter-free, air-purification clean-tech expertly engineered to eliminate ultra-fine particles and kill small viruses with proven efficiency of 99.9%.
Clean air is to eliminate toxins, not to introduce or substitute new ones into the world.
As such, we remain committed to being environmentally conscious; reducing our carbon footprint, and designing a filter-less product that operates on a low-energy cost with nothing no byproducts ever going to a landfill.
A better tomorrow
ATMOFIZER supports businesses to safely re-open and protect their customers and employees against COVID-19 and other airborne pathogens.
Make education safe
ATMOFIZER contributes to safer schools, universities, and private teaching with their clean-tech.
Protect the vulnerable
ATMOFIZER helps medical and caring facilities to improve their hygiene standards.
Clean air is vital
Bad air is toxic
Air pollution is one of the world’s largest environmental health threats, causing 8.8 million deaths every year.
In the US alone, air pollution kills between 90,000 to 360,000 people every year.
Our air is full of threats
Small particles are the most deadly
- Ultra-fine particles (UFP’s) with a size of under 100 nanometers are the most dangerous airborne threats.
- UFP’s enter the body through mouth, nose, and eyes can get deep into your lungs, and some may even get into your bloodstream.
- Exposure to such particles can affect both your lungs and your heart, causing premature death in people with heart or lung disease, heart attacks, asthma or COPD.
COPD affects more than 16 million Americans.
More than 140,000 Americans die of COPD each year – that is 1 death every 4 minutes!
(nm = nanometer)
(nm = nanometer)
Corona virus is as small as a UFP
- SARS CoV-2 is a nanoparticle with ø 80 to 120 nm
- It is transmitted as an aerosol through the air
- Small particles stay airborne air longer
To date, there were almost 30 million cases of COVID-19 in the US alone, resulting in close to 540,000 deaths.