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With the impact of COVID on all our lives, it is clear that Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is now a big factor in how we live and work. Our team saw weaknesses in all the current air purification technologies. With the skills of our founding team, we knew we could produce a better system for IAQ in the workplace.

What does IAQ-cpr Stand For?

Indoor Air Quality - Cold Plasma Regulation


Four states of matter are observable in everyday life: solid, liquid, gas and plasma. IAQ’s-cpr’s technology cleans the air by introducing negatively and positively charged ions into the space via your ventilation system


  1. Deactivate Pathogens – by binding to the pathogen and disrupting proteins

  2. Cleaning the air through particulate removal – bundling for removal

  3. Eliminating Odors – breaking odors down into harmless compounds

  4. Energy savings through reduction of outside air required

What Is Unique About IAQ-cpr?
Current ionization vendors have simply missed the fact that in order to create an optimum breathing environment ions must be regulated. Our competitors have no way to adjust for factors such as existing ionization, airborne pollutants, temperature, humidity and airflow. Only IAQ’s product set offers algorithms that will ramp the ions up or down or actually stop generation altogether to meet optimum breathing conditions.


IAQ-cpr’s product offering also is the only vendor that offers independent control of both the negative and positive ion generators. IAQ-cpr’s product offering is self diagnosing, with active notification capabilities.

IAQ-cpr’s system will fully integrate with the facility’s existing building management system (BMS). This means that customers can change ion modulation based on conditions and time of day. The IAQ-cpr product set meets UL2998 standards which means it does not produce ozone.


The IAQ-cpr generator operates from 8.7 to 11.9 volts, which is below the 12 volts needed to make ozone.

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