Ecofuturo was right. For Crisanti sanitizing the air in closed environments from Covid is possible
The intuitions of Ecofuturo Festival multiply and this time for a crucial theme such as the sanitation of indoor environments, which has become of urgent relevance due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and to which Ecofuturo 2020 has also dedicated a specific session presenting various reliable sanitation technologies immediate air in closed environments without the production of ozone or chemicals. One of these, that of the Jonix presented in Padua by Dario De Rosa of Eless, obtained a certification from a great luminary.
In support of this sanitation technology, a study by the University of Padua, according to which " cold plasma room sanitizers kill the covid to 99.99% after just half an hour ".
For this reason we relaunch the article of the news agency "L'Op Opinion", on the new important study of the University of Padua.
Cold plasma, a modern technology for sanitizing indoor environments, reduces "the viral load equal to 99.99% after only 30 minutes of exposure" as regards Covid-19. To certify it is a study conducted by the team of Professor Andrea Crisanti of the University of Padua, which tested the solution proposed by Jonix, a company that operates in the sector of solutions for cleaning air in closed environments.
Accurate tests carried out at the Department of Molecular Medicine, which lasted months, have led to an unequivocal result: cold plasma technology eliminates the Coronavirus.
The analysis conducted by Professor Andrea Crisanti and his team.
CORONAVIRUS, STUDY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PADUA: COLD PLASMA ENVIRONMENTAL SANITISERS KILL COVID AT 99.99% AFTER HALF AN HOUR
The report of the Department of Molecular Medicine certifies "the reduction of viral load". The study carried out on Jonix, a company that has adopted modern technology
It is a modern cold plasma technology, based on the phenomenon of ionization, to break down the Coronavirus. A study conducted by the team of Professor Andrea Crisanti of the University of Padua demonstrated the effectiveness of cold plasma in eliminating Covid-19. A solution adopted by Jonix, a company that operates in the sector of solutions for cleaning the air in closed environments.
An authoritative confirmation, which comes from people and an institution, the University of Padua, at the forefront of the fight against the pandemic, with results considered excellent by the scientific community on a global level. Accurate tests carried out at the Department of Molecular Medicine, which lasted months, led to an unequivocal result: the cold plasma technology used by Jonix has "an effective antiviral activity against SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19, ed) , with a reduction of the viral load equal to 99.99% after only 30 minutes of exposure; this suggests that the achievement of the reduction required by the technical standards may also occur in considerably shorter times ". This happens with an adequate number of equipment, depending on the environmental characteristics and the size of the spaces.
COLD PLASMA, THIS IS HOW IT WORKS
Non Thermal Plasma (NTP) : it is the modern technology, based on the phenomenon of ionization, used by Jonix . A physical phenomenon generated at room temperature uses air as a gaseous mixture, transforming it into an ionized gas consisting of various electrically charged particles: electrons, ions, atoms and molecules which colliding with each other produce oxidizing species, the reactivity of the particles then causes oxidation phenomena able to break down volatile organic compounds, bacteria, microorganisms, odors.
«We knew the power of cold plasma in fighting viruses, bacteria and pathogens - explains Mauro Mantovan , founder of HiRef and president of Jonix -. But having the scientific validation on Covid-19 was a fundamental step for us. The analysis of a prestigious certifier such as the University of Padua allows us to continue to work to design increasingly advanced products, exploiting all the possibilities that modern technology offers us ».
«We have been promoting the“ culture of sanitation ”of the air for years - explains Mina Bustreo , commercial and marketing director of Jonix -. Working and living in a healthy environment has great socio-economic implications. And now, with the pandemic, it becomes even more essential to avoid conditions of real risk. We are happy to be able to contribute to improving the air we breathe in schools, libraries, retirement homes and other public buildings ».
It is truly a great satisfaction to see eco technologies again carefully evaluated and validated by the Scientific Committee of Ecofuturo Festival, rise to the headlines of the scientific and technological news, on a topic like this, never so topical even for the profound implications it brings.