photocatalytic oxidation (PCO)
Like the sun, Photocatalytic Oxidation (PCO) uses ultraviolet energy to activate a catalyst that converts water vapor into peroxide and hydroxyls. Simply put, it turns moisture into a cleansing vapor, destroying microbes and rendering contaminants harmless.
Photocatalytic Oxidation (PCO) uses a broad-spectrum UV light and moisture in the air, creating active molecules to seek out and diminish pollutants at the source.
Magnets either pull together or push apart depending on how their charges are aligned. Ionization works the same way. Using electrical charges to interact with particulates, like the dust you can see floating in a sunbeam, ions draw them together until they are too heavy to remain in your breathing space and they fall to the floor.
Bipolar Ionization creates negative and positive charges that remove dust and other particulates from the breathing space.