U-Earth AIRcel devices are more than just air purifier unit.
They are a technological revolution.
This is why we insist on scientific validations
while our performance tests and case studies
are all real life scenarios.
Recent Scientific Publications
Air pollution treatment in modern segregated waste treatment facilities.
(ALESSANDRA BONOLI, SARA ZANNI); Presented to USCUDAR’14,
Florence 23rd November 2014; Published into Conference Proceedings
Indoor air quality in waste treatment: environmental issue and biotechnology application for air pollution containment, a case study.
(ALESSANDRA BONOLI, SARA ZANNI); Published on WSEAS Transaction on Sustainability and Development
Abatement and bio-digestion of airborne contamination in precision mechanics: the case study of Beretta firearms.
(Sara Zanni, Alessandra Bonoli, Maurizio Luca Mancini); Presented to IWWATV (Industrial Waste and Wastewater Treatment&Valorization), Athens 21st-23rd May 2015
VOC, PM, and Bacteria reduction in Saronno (Italy) hospital visiting ward.
Validation run with third-party testing and the overview of ASL Varese, Arpa Lombardia, Microbiology lab of Saronno Hospital.
VOC, PM, Formaldehyde and Bacteria reduction in Dialysis clinic in Lisbon (Portugal).
One year validation run with third-party testing from Lisbon University in collaboration with Fresenius Medical Care.
Deodorisation of a waste treatment plant creating nuisance odours pervading Lake Garda.
Outdoor and indoor validation run with third-party testing from Arpa Lombardia (Italian Regional Environment Protection Agency).
AIRcel bioreactor application in the medical field, hygienic risk study.
Third-party testing by Synlab and the Deutsche Beratungszentrum für Hygiene (BZH GmbH) received the mandate from Fresenius Medical Care (FMC) to do an assessment of the hygienic risks of the AIRcel bioreactor when used in the medical field.
Background Science - Third-Party Publications
Minimizing Pathogenic Bacteria, including Spores, in Indoor Air
(Linda J.Utrup, Ph.D., Kenneth Werner, Allan H.Frey, Ph.D.); Journal of Environmental Health, December 2003
This study shows that aerosolized bacteria respond, like particulate matter, to the primary electric forces that control the distribution of small particulate contaminants in indoor air. These make up 92% of the total particulates in the air. They do not respond to gravity nor ventilation and therefore escape HEPA filtration.
How IEQ affects health, productivity
(William J.Fisk, P.E., Member ASHRAE); Published on ASHRAE Journal, May 2002
This study shows how better Indoor Environmental Quality brings improved health and increased productivity, and the associated economic benefit that results.
Magnetite pollution nanoparticles in the human brain
(Barbara A. Mahera, Imad A. M. Ahmed, Vassil Karloukovskia, Donald A. MacLarenc, Penelope G. Fouldsd, David Allsopd, David M. A. Manne, Ricardo Torres-Jardónf, and Lilian Calderon-Garciduenasg) July 215,2016.
This study shows how abundant urban pollution nanoparticles are within the human brain. The study suggests that the nanoparticles enter the brain through the olfactory nerve and may be linked to neurodegenerative diseases.