The mold and microorganisms trapped on a HEPA filter create a potential health risk
To enhance this air purifying process, a catalyst is needed which is a substance capable of increasing the speed of the chemical reaction. The catalyst also has to have an ability to lower the activation energy and therefore allow a higher number of molecules to react with each other. It does not actively participate in the chemical reaction and at the end of it remains unchanged.
Finally, a photocatalyst is needed, which is a substance capable of promoting a chemical reaction by absorbing electromagnetic radiation. The photocatalyst decreases the activation energy of a certain reaction and by doing so, it accelerates the speed of that same reaction. The substances that are capable of performing these processes are semiconductors.
BRID uses proprietary, patented and exclusive technology to induce the greatest photocatalytic action possible.
This recipe decomposes a multitude of organic and inorganic substances: microbes, nitrogen oxides, poly-condensed aromatics, benzene, sulphur dioxide, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, methanol, ethanol, ethylbenzene, m-xylene, monoxide and nitrogen dioxide. The photocatalytic reaction also has residues that derive from its oxidizing action. Byproducts that derive from the transformation of pollutants are sodium nitrates, sodium carbonates and limestone salts, produced in a non-harmful and negligible quantity. The result is a reduction in toxic pollutants produced by cars, factories, home heating systems and other sources, both of natural and man-made origin.
BRID uses proprietary, patented and exclusive technology to induce the greatest photocatalytic action possible. BRID's elements are all developed and produced in Italy and are the result of 15 years of advanced research. BRID is truly unique and there hasn’t been such revolutionary photocatalytic product in air filtration so far.