Refreshing Energizer negative ions as produced by nature

Ever felt fresh and energized when you walked near a waterfall or water fountain, yes, this is due to negative ions present in the atmosphere. These negative ions are generated as water jet cuts through air. Plenty of negative ions exist in natural surroundings such as waterfalls or forests. Moonbow air purifiers deliver negative ions and its beneficial effects directly to your home for you and your loved ones. Negative ions improves the air quality by combining with dust or reacting with odor molecules.

An air purifier is an electronic appliance that is used in homes and workplaces to improve overall indoor air quality. Air Purifiers use several different air purification technologies to clean and purify the air in a given space.
In most instances, an air purifier is purchased to improve overall indoor air quality in a home or office or to assist in removing certain pollutants from the air that are known to trigger or enhance allergies or asthma in humans or animals. Helps to lessen the possibility of a person contracting allergies or asthma if they don't have them already and also offers relief from allergy and asthma symptoms for those who already do suffer from them.
There are several different air purification technologies in the market, but the most common way an air purifier works is to draw air from a given space, such as a living room, into the unit and then have it pass through several layers of filtering devices within the unit and then have it recycled and released back into the room, through a vent from the unit, as clean or purified air.Moonbow follows a Puri 5 approach that purifies room’s air through 5 filtration stages that cleans air and kills almost every pollutant present in the air.
This process is repeated over and over within a given space, keeping the area free from airborne contaminants while the air purifier is turned on. This whole process of filtering air through 5 purification stages is our Puri 5 process.
Active carbon absorbs formaldehyde, benzene and other noxious gas. It also removes all type odors from your room in no time.
No. They are there to assist and lessen the effects airborne pollutants have on a human body, but not to cure them. Cleaning the air of these airborne pollutants and irritants will give many allergy and asthma sufferers much needed relief from the symptoms associated with their ailment.
HEPA stands for High Efficiency Particulate Air. It was a technology developed in the 1940s by the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission to fulfill a top-secret need for an efficient way to filter radioactive particulate contaminants. HEPA is a type of highly efficient filtration media that removes microscopic particles from air passing through the filter. There are different ranges of efficiencies depending on the particle size. The most efficient form of HEPA removes 99.97% of particles (from the air within a specific space) that are the size of 0.3 microns or larger that pass through the filter. A HEPA air purifier filter will not capture gasses and odors. That is why activated charcoal is normally used in conjunction with a HEPA filter. It will capture the pollutants, such as gasses and odors, that the HEPA filter misses.
An air purifier uses several different filtering (purification) technologies to remove airborne pollutants such as dust, smoke, pollen, pet dander, mold & mildew spores, bacteria & viruses, and other airborne particulates as small as 0.3 microns.
The air inside many homes often is many times more polluted than outside air. Here are some little known facts about the air inside many homes:
  • The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that indoor air pollutant levels may be as many as two to five times higher than the pollutant levels outdoors.
  • Indoor air pollution is one of the top environmental concerns in the country
  • Indoor air pollutants such as tobacco smoke, pollen, mold, dust and animal dander often are associated with asthmatic and allergic reactions in people.
Today's homes often are built energy efficient to "hold" air inside - avoiding heat loss in the winter and heat gain in the summer. Of course, what's better for your energy bills isn't necessarily better for indoor air quality. This type of “tight” construction often doesn't allow the home to breathe. Pollutants become trapped within a home or workplace which in the past, or in a non-energy efficient home, would have been released outside the home by natural means.Apart from it, pet dander also plays a key role in poor indoor air quality in the household with pets.
Tobacco smoke. For years the EPA has reported the link between second-hand smoke and negative health effects. Pollen comes from trees, flowers and grass, and even opening a door can allow millions of these particles into a home. Some people are particularly sensitive to the presence of certain pollen particles. People who are allergic to cats and dogs are actually allergic to the dander flakes their pets shed.Dander can remain in a home long after the presence of the animal is gone. Mold and mildew which are typically found in the shower, kitchen or basement, are plant spores that grow any place that's warm and humid. Dust is a collection of many different types of particles including our own skin cells, dirt tracked in from the outside and other particles from objects in the house. All of these items and more contribute to current poor indoor air quality conditions.