Our Test Results


graph of benzene concentration


We measured the concentration levels of pollution in traveling cars when our purifier was off and when it was on. This scientific measuring, including analyses by independent certified labs, provides proof of filtration effectiveness that other products in the marketplace, or in patents, do not have. The graph on the right shows Benzene levels in L.A. In our field tests, we were able to bring pollution down from 12 parts per billion to 2.3 parts per billion after just five minutes. Running the purifier for another 90 minutes brought levels down below one part per billion. This is well below the health standard that we target.





All in all, we tested our purifier's effectiveness against all of the pollutants for which the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has set National Ambient Air Quaity Standards (NAAQS), plus Benzene. These are seven of the most harmful pollutants that people are exposed to in their cars. To see a chart summarizing the results for each of the pollutants, click here. We've also published a scientific paper with a complete set of results from our field studies.


graph of PM10 concentration





The graph on the left is of particulate matter (PM10) in Bangkok, Thailand. PM10, and especially the smaller segment of that classification, is a threat to human health not only because it includes irritants like dust and pollen. It also includes carcinogens like diesel soot. We went to Bangkok because it's one of the most polluted cities in the world, and we wanted to put our product to the test. As you can see, it passed with flying colors.