No. The photocatalytic reaction has been specially designed and developed to be very powerful against harmful organic particles such as viruses and bacteria, but without emitting ozone, microparticles or other by-products. This has been confirmed by measurements and studies carried out by the Korea Electronics Technology Institute (KETI) and the Charitè institute in Berlin. The reason for the emission-free operation is, among other things, the ideal UV-A wavelength of powerful LEDs and a filter core made of low-wear titanium dioxide (TiO2) in the form of solid material.

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