The Technology We Use
Inspired by NASA Application
VentiFresh combined the UV photocatalyst technology and air ventilation techniques
VentiFresh combines UV photocatalyst technology and air ventilation techniques to combat odor.
Chlorophyll in plants captures sunlight to convert water and carbon dioxide into oxygen and glucose. Similarly, our nano-grade photocatalyst core breaks down volatile organic compounds (VOCs ), or odors in gas form, into carbon dioxide and water on contact.
Using a dust-resistant, low-noise motor fan, odor molecules in the air are pressured to flow inside VentiFresh's air compartment. The air then gets processed by a photocatalyst energized by UV light. As a result, clean air flows out of VentiFresh through air vents on the sides. Since the reaction is chemistry at the molecular level, odor compounds here are decomposed rather than captured by a filter, so there’s nothing to be replaced or refilled.
VentiFresh ECO vs. Original VentiFresh
Take Odor Elimination to the Next Level
After the successful introduction of our 1st generation VentiFresh Odor Eliminator about 3 years ago, we’re beyond grateful for the support from our backers. Not only did we receive
the funding necessary to kick off our marketing, we have also received a lot of feedback and suggestions. With the sales revenue generated by the original VentiFresh device, we continued to invest in the material research of UV photocatalyst technology. By the end of 2018, we developed a new processing method for the photocatalyst materials that allowed our product to respond faster, more efficiently and more powerfully to clean up bad odors in the air.
The new UV photocatalyst core on VentiFresh ECO provides improved efficiency to process air faster as well as in larger volume. This new technology is 3 times more powerful than the previous version.
Ammonia Reduction Test
VentiFresh ECO Fruit Rot Test