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BetterAir has spent seven years in research, testing and development to create an air and surface purifier that utilises the power of environmental probiotics.

Around 80 per cent of infectious diseases are transmitted by touch; this means that you can never achieve superior Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) without addressing the surfaces and objects within a room.

The company has been developing a way to bring the power of the outdoors – indoors and re-balancing office's and home’s ecosystems to work with everyday lives.

BetterAir is one of the first probiotic air and surface purifiers. The technology releases environmental probiotics, also known as good bacteria, into our living spaces.

What this does is improve indoor air quality, automatically clean hard surfaces, reduce and manage bad odours, consume organic irritants such as pollen, dust mite waste, and pet dander and help boost natural defences.

It can also help reduce symptoms of pulmonary diseases such as chronic bronchitis and Emphysema.

BetterAir has a 3D purification solution; a HVAC ready product called the BA-1000 Pro. This can be easily installed as seen on BetterAir's youtube channel.

The Specifications for the BA-1000 Pro can be found at  here.

21 October 2019

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