Air Purification Systems

Air Pollution

Air pollution is a severe health risk factor in the 21st century, with millions of premature deaths caused by poor air quality. Since 2020, the need for clean indoor air has become even more vital. Globally, the COVID-19 pandemic, with its unprecedented lockdowns, forced a significant part of the world’s population indoors for long periods of time and, locally, the wildfires on the US west coast, among other factors, have resulted in a surge in demand for air purification systems.


Commercial Air Purification Needs Innovation

Standard commercial air purification systems are equipped to eliminate micron-sized particles like pollen, smoke and dust. However, most air purifiers on the market are limited in their effectiveness in the submicron region, especially for how they handle biological pathogens. Even systems equipped with High-Efficiency Particulate Air (“HEPA”) filters do not provide complete protection, so better air purification methods are needed.

Nobel Prize-winning Graphene Provides an Advanced Alternative to Traditional Filters

To address this market demand, G6 has developed and is commercializing a unique and proprietary filtration system to eliminate not only fine particulate matter but also volatile organic compounds and pathogenic microorganisms like fungal spores, bacteria, and viruses. Graphene is a perfect material for this task. On top of its Nobel-Prize winning physical properties, graphene also possesses extraordinary antimicrobial qualities. There is strong scientific evidence that graphene coatings can deactivate or destroy viruses and bacteria through effective capture followed by their physical and chemical disintegration. Further, the Company’s air filtration materials undergo testing that includes an internal and third-party examination.

Report on the Test Results of Antimicrobial Efficacy of Air Purifier Prototype