How does The Clensr Work?

They say an image is worth a thousand word - below is a small video of the internal workings of the Clensr.  



Other systems and the Clensr Advantage

There are many different technologies to remove particulates and pathogens from the air - however most of the existing technologies are "old" and have major drawbacks

Existing Technologies

  • Mesh type filters - Filters out particulates that are larger than the hole sizes established within the mesh.
  • Drawbacks:
    • generally fails to collect particles that are less than 10,000nM.
    • Filter gets clogged and needs replacing (ongoing cost
    • Loss of efficiencyover time
Mesh Air Filtration
  • Vortex Filters - air spins which creates a side force that displaces particles towards the edge of the vortex.
  • Drawbacks:
    • Cannot filter particles under 2,500nM.
    • Loud systems covering small areas only
    • No use against pathogens
Vortex Air Filtration
  • Electrostatic Filters - particles are positively charged and become attracted to a collector plate at Earth potential (0V). Collects particle sizes as small as 10nM.
  • By Far the best on the market however you need a system can regenrate itself. See below
Electrostatic Air Filtration


How does Electrostatic Filtration work ....

  • Utilizes the electrostatic potential of particulates to remove them from the air.
  • By far the most efficient and effective method of filtering the most minute particles from the air (ideal process).
  • All particles that enter the filter take on a charge that is proportional to their mass.
  • The collector plate collects all particulates in air suspension
  • Parallel to the collector plate is the repulsion plate (in brown).
  • All particulates that enter the filter are repelled by the repulsion plate and become attracted to the collector plate.
       Electrostatic Filtration


      Problem with Exisiting Electostatic Filters

      • Success eventually leads to failure.
      • As charged particles adhere to the collector plate, the collector becomes ‘coated’ with positively charged particles
      • The collector plate thus loses its 0V Earth potential as it gradually demonstrates a positive charge
      • When there is no ‘uncoated’ area available on the collector plate, the charged particles eventually pass through the filter
      • Like HEPA filters, traditional electrostatic air filters require collector plate replacement and maintenance
       Collector Plate - Covid


      The Clensr is the Gold Standard in Electrostatic Filtration thanks to its ability to regenerate its collector plate - giving the device a 10 year life span:

      • Electrostatic Filters that work.
      • The collector plate is replaced by a roll of aluminum.
      • Contaminated material is systematically replaced by virgin material.
      • The contaminated surface is rolled into a tight and compact space.
      • This is secured so that no contaminants can reemerge.
       Covid filtration