Plasma technology

Our patented technology relies on plasmas


Why should we capture pollutants?

Our technology makes air flow through a cartridge to filter in a step by step process. We first filter particles and other allergens such as cat hair.

The second step uses a blend of adsorbents to hold all targetted pollutants.
The key step uses a cold plasma which will break up pollutants and compact the remaining elements in a cartridge. This unique technology avoids rejection, even in the case of wet or hot weather.

Moreover, the plasma will destroy viruses and bacteria, and reduce the risk of their propagation. Such technology has been used in hospitals for years.

This ensures that no toxic particles are missed by our process.

Ease of maintenance: one cartridge makes it all!

The cartridge efficiently captures pollutants, and reduces maintenance of the product. In fact, washing a filter is inefficient because it drastically reduces its efficiency. Filters must be regularly changed.
Our cartridge lasts around 12 months, and replacement cost is low. It is consequently easy and cheap to keep our products at their optimal level of performance.

What is a plasma?

Plasma is one of the states of matter, along with solid, liquid and gas. It is a ionized inoffensive gas. More than 99% of Universe is made of plasma: the Sun, the stars, the Nebulae, and even on Earth, such as in the Aurora borealis.

In such state, the positive and negative ions generate specific properties of the matter they envelop.

Principles of plasma coupling

Our patented technology, based on cold plasma, works to generate oxidative species: ions and radicals. These active species are able to oxidize and decompose indoor pollutants, such as Volatile Organic Compound (VOC, i.e. formaldehyde), NOx’s, and Biological and inorganic pollutants.


Our equipment is designed to reduce its environmental impact.

Fitted with smart sensors, it automatically detects the pollution level in your air and adapts the ventilation rate accordingly.

It must be plugged in to a DC power outlet, but it only requires between 0 and 30 W depending on its pace.