Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
West Texas A&M University
Air for Life UK Ltd.
Linford Wood, United Kingdom
KIIT School of Biotechnology
An Assessment of the AFL Mini Sanifier II®
in Terms of Reducing the Incidence of Canine Allergy
With the current unprecedented situation of COVID-19, indoor air-quality has become a major concern all over the world. Air quality has become a greatly challenging issue and millions of people are dying due to polluted, unacceptable air quality in different countries of the world. There is a great demand for an energy efficient air purifier that cleans up the air efficiently. With revolutionary, energy-efficient technology, that is filterless, the AFL Mini II fights impurities by cleaning and sanitising the air and surfaces in rooms up to 330 square feet. This includes nurseries, bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens, bathrooms, hotel rooms, aeroplanes, motor homes and more. The long-life UVC lamp fitted in the AFL Mini Sanifier II® destroys germs as they pass through UV light. The light rays react with the nano metal AFLPCO® catalyst to produce an abundance of negative ions, which find and destroy carbon-based molecules including bacteria, viruses and VOCs. Hydrocarbon contaminants are broken down into water and carbon dioxide. The AFL PLASMA® ionisers reduce aero-allergenic particulate matter such as dust, pollen, PM2.5 and pet dander.