Atmofizer Technologies Inc.
(CSE: ATMO; OTCQB: ATMFF)
The Mother of Invention | 04/06/2022 |
Atmofizer’s Technology Makes Virus Particles Larger, Easier to Kill
We are pleased today to introduce a new featured company, and one with its own proprietary technology in which the United States Patent Office issued a patent related to the Company’s air and water purification system that provides consumer and industrial solutions for the times we live in and beyond. Seismic events, like the COVID-19 outbreak, are often massive changes agents. Long after the cases and hospitalizations abate, a new desire for the world to be cleaner and safer will likely prevail.
If you also believe that we will as a society take the safety of the air we breathe much more seriously, then today’s featured company warrants review.
ATMOFIZER TECHNOLOGIES INC. (CSE: ATMO; OTCQB: ATMFF) offers consumer and industrial solutions based on its patent-protected and patent pending technology for ultrafine particle agglomeration and neutralization. This capability creates a revolutionary and more efficient method for addressing the wide range of dangerous nano-scale particles, viruses and bacteria that are too small to be effectively managed by conventional filters and ultraviolet lights. Atmofizer plans to disrupt the air treatment industry by improving air safety against industrial pollution, smoke, and airborne infectious diseases — while providing the additional benefits of increasing air purification efficiency, lowering customers’ operational costs and negative impacts on the environment.
Atmofizer has launched its initial device designed to prove the concept and join the immediate fight against COVID and air pollution, backed by internal and independent third-party data and testing showing nanoparticle agglomeration and reduction of virus and bacteria. Atmofizer is focused on licensing its intellectual property to major appliance, HVAC, automotive, and medical device manufacturers to integrate into their respective products and distribution networks.
I had to look up what “agglomeration” meant too, but in doing so I got a better handle on the true efficacy of Atmofizer’s unique process and product offering.
Agglomeration is “a mass or collection of things; an assemblage.” Agglomeration is what is special about what Atmofizer is doing.
Atmofizer is clustering together particles in the air that can be too small to be addressed individually and then disposing of them in an “agglomeration.” As Atmofizer explains in this video which describes the tech quite clearly, Atmofizer’s proprietary, disruptive new technology uses a revolutionary application of sound and light to neutralize dangerous and elusive nano-scale airborne particles, viruses, and bacteria too small to be efficiently destroyed by conventional filters and ultraviolet lights.
In that video there is a compelling moment where the speaker declares that filters cannot be made smaller (and still be able to efficiently process air) so the solution requires a change from the old paradigm — the improvement comes from making the particles bigger so they are more easily filtered or fall harmlessly to the ground and out of the breathing space; the increased mass also enables the particles to become more susceptible to being more extensively neutralized by UV light. This is what is new and novel about Atmofizer, which has created a patented component to neutralize harmful elements in the air at a time when we need and want it most.
As the Greek philosopher Plato once said, “Necessity is the mother of invention.”
For society, a two year pandemic is assuredly the mother and a new way at looking at cleaning the air around us from Atmofizer could be the invention.
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