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But what if you could come home to or work in an environment with air so fresh you feel like you've just walked into a glade? And imagine feeling refreshed and revitalised with every breath you take. You feel more alert, more confident, and more ready to face the day ahead.

Introducing the Air Revitalisor. A revolutionary product that will change the way you live and work. The Air Revitalisor works by drawing air in and exposing it to unique botanical concentrates which are sprayed onto the walls of the bowl, producing a "srcubbing effect" on the air that effectively neutralises odours, bacteria, fungi and other contaminants.

Within minutes, your air is cleaner and fresher. And so is your mind.

It is a fact: today's urban dwellers spend up to 90% of their time indoors, at work or at leisure. And chances are, you do, too. But during the time you spend in closed indoor environments, your air is recycled by ventilation systems and air-conditioners, over and over again. The result? You breathe stale, unhealthy air that could contain airborne bacteria and viruses, fungal spores and mould, smoke and nicotine, odours and other impurities.

In fact, the EPA (Environment Protection Agency in the United States) estimates that indoor air pollution levels can be, on average, two to three times higher than that of outdoor air, and over 100 times higher is some cases. This causes eye, nose, and throat irritation, dizziness, nausea and fatigue, and even aggravating asthma at times.

Sound familiar?

Airborne bacteria & viruses
Fungal spores & mould
Animal dander
Smoke & nicotine
Vapours from furniture and paints
Heat and chemicals from office equipment
Hayfever & triggered asthma attacks
Odour & food smell
 
 



Independent accredited labs confirmed that will destroy more than 99% of bacteria like...
 Methicillin Resistance Staphylococcus Aureus (NCTC 12493)
 Legionella pneumophila SG1 (ATCC 33152)
 Escherichia coli (ATCC 4157)
 Staphylococcus aureus (ATCC 6538)
 Salmonella typhimurium (ATCC 14028)
 Shigella flexineri (ATCC12022)

The active ingredients in are derived from botanical extracts and conforms to aerospace materials test specifications
 
 
 Bacterials  Sources  Results in
 Legionella
 pneumophila
 aerosol, air conditioners, water
 cooling towers, water
 Hypotension, high fever with chills,
 abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea,
 fatality rate: 15%
 Escherichia coli  contaminated food, uncooked
 beef, contaminated water
 Severe bloody diarrhea, abdominal
 cramps, Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome:
 kidney failure, renal failure, fatality rate:
 3-5%
 Staphylococcus
 aureus
 wounds, burns, respiratory tract,
 female genital tract
 Nausea, vomiting, retching, abdominal
 cramps, prostration, death is rare, but
 havecases among infants, elderly and
 severely debilitated person
 Salmonella
 typhimurium
 contaminated food, fecal-oral
 route
 Diarrhea, fever, abdominal cramps
 Shigella flexineri  contaminated food  Acute diarrhea, fever, mucus in stools,
 can be fatal to infants and elderly
 
 
Cumulative Time
(mins)
CO
(ppm)
MOM (PELTS)
(ppm)
SIAQG
(ppm)
0 0 25
9 (8-hr)
35((1-hr)
5 229
10 20
20 14
30 10
60 6
120 1
Remarks: Carbon Monoxide (CO) was introduced into the indoor environment with Marlboro type cigarettes burning throughout the entire test duration.
 
Health hazards: dizziness, loss of memory, fatigue, headaches, loss of muscular control.
 
 
Cumulative Time
(mins)
Nicotine
(Concentration Index)
OSHA / NIOSH / ACGIH
(mg/m3)
0 0.000 0.5
(for reference purpose only)
2 0.255
4 0.449
7 0.289
22 0.287
52 0.129
232 0.000
Remarks: Nicotine was introduced into the indoor environment with Marlboro type cigarettes burning throughout the entire test duration.
 
Health hazards: high blood pressure, distress in the respiratory and gastrointestinal systems, and an increase in susceptibility to seizures and hypothermia.
 
 
Cumulative Time
(mins)
RSP
(mg/m3)
MOM (PELTS)
(mg/m3)
SIAQG
(mg/m3)
0 0.086 10
(Nuisance Particulates)
0.15
(for reference purpose only)
5 29.309
10 8.853
20 7.886
30 4.316
60 2.094
120 0.891
Remarks: Respirable Suspended Particulates (RSP) was introduced into the indoor environment with Marlboro type cigarettes burning throughout the entire test duration.
 
Health hazards: eye, nose irritation, cough, sneezing, asthmatic effects.
 
 
Cumulative Time
(mins)
TVOC
(ppm)
MOM (PELTS)
(mg/m3)
SIAQG
(ppm)
0 0 750
(for Acetone)

3
(for reference purpose only)
5 550
10 373
20 260
30 105
60 14
120 5
Remarks: Total Volatile Organic Compounds (TVOC) was introduced into the indoor environment with evaporation of acetone solution throughout the entire test duration.
 
Health hazards: acute bronchitis, humidifier fever, allergies, skin irritation.
 
 
Cumulative Time
(mins)
HCHO
(ppm)
MOM (PELTS)
(ppm)
0 0 0.3
(STEL)
5 0.0
10 5
20 1.2
30 10
60 1.0
120 20
Remarks: Formaldehyde (HCHO) was introduced into the indoor environment with evaporation of formaldehyde solution throughout the entire test duration.
 
Health hazards: burning sensation in eyes and throats, nausea, trigger asthma, fatigue, skin rash.
 
 
Cumulative Time
(mins)
Nuisance Odour (as Methyl Mercaptan)
(mg/m3)
0 0
10 676
20 492
50 343
110 5
Remarks: Nuisance Odour (as Methyl Mercaptan) was introduced into the indoor environment with Durian Fruit D24 type throughout the entire test duration.
 
 
Cumulative Time
(mins)
TBC
(CFU/m³)
TFC
(CFU/m³)
SIAQG
(CFU/m³)
0 100 35 TBC: 500
TFC: 500
10 2940 2620
20 250 155
30 200 45
60 155 35
90 100 25
150 80 5
Remarks: Both Bacteria and Fungi were introduced into the indoor environment with common airborne bacteria and fungi cultures media throughout the entire test duration.
 
 
Cumulative Time
(mins)
CO2
(ppm)
SIAQG
(ppm)
0 629 1000
5 683
10 641
20 626
30 670
60 647
120 663
Remarks: Carbon Dioxide concentration remained relatively constant as baseline condition of the conference room throughout the entire test duration (for reference purpose only).
 
 
Cumulative
Time
(mins)
Temperature
(°C)
SIAQG /
ASHRAE
(°C)
Relative Humidity
(%)
SIAQG /
ASHRAE
(%)
0 20.6 22.5 - 25.5 /
22 - 24
47.8 70 /
40 - 60
5 20.5 45.5
10 20.3 45.1
20 20.4 43.0
30 20.4 43.5
60 20.5 52.6
120 20.6 52.6
Remarks: Both Temperature and Relative Humidity remained relatively constant as baseline condition of the conference room throughout the entire test duration (for reference purpose only).
 
 
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