FOG BLASTER EXPLAINED with TRIPLE ATTACK TECHNOLOGY

Updated: Nov 18



FOG BLASTER with TRIPLE ATTACK TECHNOLOGY is based on the Science of Disinfection - unlike most foggers on the market, the mission to ‘Hunt and Destroy’ pathogens like CORONAVIRUS is about OXIDIZING the positively charged RNA shell of the virus to destroy it.


FOG BLASTER employs three of the four common oxidising agents available (not UVC light, as it requires close proximity and time exposure). To achieve an ATTRACTION at an molecular level, the oxidants need to have a NEGATIVE IONIC CHARGE - opposite to the positive RNA - so they are attracted, not repelled.


CORONAVIRUS, BACTERIA and SPORES all hold a positive charge.

TRIPLE ATTACK TECHNOLOGY blasts three oxidation agents with a negative charge.



NEGATIVE IONS


Using BI-POLAR IONIZATION, we add 30 million NEGATIVE IONS (OH-) to the FOG BLASTER jetstream to ‘Hunt and Destroy’ airborne pathogens. What chance does a pathogen have against millions of negative ions?



CHLORINE


FOG BLASTER aerosolizes NEGATIVELY CHARGED droplets of LIQUID FOG (HOCL with a chlorine molecule) so small you cannot see them, but the right size to have an effective ‘attraction’ to the positively charged virus, whether it be suspended in SPACE or on a SURFACE.



OZONE


Using the legal limit of <0.05ppm of OZONE, FOG BLASTER adds these super-charged negative molecules into the SPACE of the room to ‘Hunt and Destroy’ every pathogen in the room - destroying viruses and bacteria alike.

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