SONA Zone

Purify your indoor air with a SONA Technology Air Purification System

Why use an air purifier?

Why Use Air Purifier
  • Household air pollution exposure leads to noncommunicable diseases inlcuding stroke, ischaemic heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and lung cancer. ~WHO (World Health Organization)
  • Ninety-nine percent (99%) of the air we breathe comes from indoors, as we inhale 12,000 liters of air per day.
  • Poor indoor air quality is linked to increased risk of neurological disorders. ~ NCBI National Center for Biotechnology Information)
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Reduce the following pollutants

from your spaces

virus
VIRUSES

Microbes in the air include common cold, influenza, COVID-19, pneumonia and other illnesses.

bacteria
BACTERIA

Too small to see, these tiny organisms start by invading your body. They can cause strep throat, pneumonia, meningitis, and MRSA. Some are even becoming resistant to antibiotics.

mold spores
MOLD SPORES

Very common pollutants in dark and damp places. Mold can grow in difficult to reach and clean places such as air conditioning systems and ductwork, causing allergic reactions and creating unhealthy air.

odors
ODORS

Common from cooking, pets and outdoor pollution, these belong to a group called volatile organic compounds (VOCs). According to the World Health Organization, VOCs has been linked with an increased risk of respiratory and cardiovascular diseases.

dander
DANDER

This lightweight contaminant is able to float for long periods, making it difficult to filter by traditional methods. Dander is a common irritant and trigger for allergy and asthma attacks.

dust
DUST

Common in dry and desert-regions, this collection of small airborne particles can make its way in through open windows and doors. It can cause allergies, asthma and respiratory irritation.

smoke
SMOKE

Very common pollutants in dark and damp places. Mold can grow in difficult toSmoke is one of the most dangerous airborne pollutants, due to its combination of toxic chemicals and heavy lingering odor. reach and clean places such as air conditioning systems and ductwork, causing allergic reactions and creating unhealthy air.

outdoor pollution
OUTDOOR POLLUTION

Outdoor pollution can include harmful VOCs as well as pollen. Pollen is another trigger for allergy and asthma attacks, common during the spring and summer months.

SONA Cell Technology

  • No harmful chemicals used 
  • No expensive filters to change
  • Safe, cold-plasma technology never overheats 
  • Uses principles of nature to produce beneficial negative air ions 
  • Applies dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) technology 
  • The most powerful ion generator
SONA Replacement Cell
SONA Replacement Cell
SONA unit installed in HVAC duct system
SONA Unit installed in HVAC duct system

How it Works

Step 1

As air passes over the SONA cell, positively and negatively charged ions are created, similar to nature.

How it works - Step 1
How it works - Step 1

Step 2

As the ions attach themselves to the ends of the virus, they transform into OH radicals with extremely powerful oxidation properties.

Step 3

The end result is water vapor from the reaction and the inactivation of the virus.

How it works - Step 1

Questions?
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139 40th Street NE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52401
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