The First 3 Step Air Purification System

The Proprietary Nature of pur3

The opportunities for commercial applications, and residential environments – along with everything in between, are significant with pur3. The system is designed to control indoor air quality by continuous air exchanges utilizing three interrelated steps. The stand-alone systematic methodology provides maximum air quality control while focusing on the source of problems, not the signs and symptoms-prevention, minimization, and containment.

Our 3 Step Purification Process is Unique

Triple Staged-Triple Filtered

An efficient air-handling unit with ductwork specifically designed for maximum airflow

Multipurpose Dehumidification

Incorporates a specifically engineered dehumidifier that provides for mechanical control over humidity levels and enhancement of the irradiation process

Maximum utilization of the UV germicidal irradiation process

Focused on the variables that directly compromise UVC performance, because UVC is so damaging to humans. This is the reason our system is fully enclosed to ensure safety, while creating maximum efficiency.

pur3 Resolves Poor Indoor Air Quality

pur3 Improves the Air You Breathe By:

  • Preventing and minimizing viruses, bacteria airborne mold/fungi spores, and other contaminants generated through living environments inside your facility or your home.
  • Establishing peace of mind by protecting the health and property for you and your family, and even your workplace.
  • Addressing the contributing issues that stimulate airborne contaminants and prevents spreading while providing acceptable indoor air quality on a continuous level.
  • Being a stand - alone system for the entire facility - even cleans the air your HVAC system can't.

Effects of Breathing Mold & Mildew:

Allergic Reactions

Most inhaled mold spores are quickly cleared from the upper respiratory system before reaching the lungs. They are then deposited into the gut for later excretion in the stool.

Most inhaled mold spores are effectively eaten. As a result, mold toxin exposure in the indoor environment is predominantly through the digestive tract and not respiratory system. 2.

Since mold toxin exposure in the indoor environment is predominantly through the digestive tract and not respiratory system, the thousands of studies on illnesses caused by ingesting mold toxins (mycotoxins) are applicable to indoor environmental exposure to mold. There is a great deal of accepted, non-controversial medical science on mycotoxin exposure via the digestive tract including concrete proof of cancer, immune suppression; neurological impairment; and harm to intestinal lining &; gut microflora and other serious ailments.

Allergic Asthma

More than 25 million people in the US have asthma, and allergic asthma is the most common type, affecting around 60% of people with asthma.

Both allergic and non-allergic asthma have the same symptoms, such as shortness of breath and wheezing. Having allergic asthma means allergens trigger your asthma symptoms. Allergens cause an allergic reaction because your immune system thinks they are harmful. Your immune system responds by releasing a substance called immunoglobulin E (or IgE). Too much IgE can trigger inflammation (swelling) of the airways in your lungs. This can make it harder for you to breathe and can trigger an asthma attack.

Toxin Mediated Conditions

If you have an allergy that occurs over several seasons, you may be allergic to the spores of molds or other fungi. Molds live everywhere. Upsetting a mold source can send the spores into the air. Mold and mildew are fungi.

They are different from plants or animals in how they reproduce and grow. The “seeds,” called spores, travel through the air. Some spores spread in dry, windy weather. Others spread with the fog or dew when humidity is high.

Inhaling the spores causes allergic reactions in some people. Allergic symptoms from fungus spores are most common from July to early fall. But fungi grow in many places, both indoors and outside, so allergic reactions can occur year round. Although there are many types of molds, only a few dozen cause allergic reactions. Many molds grow on rotting logs and fallen leaves, in compost piles and on grasses and grains. Unlike pollens, molds do not die with the first killing frost. Most outdoor molds become inactive during the winter. In the spring they grow on plants killed by the cold. Indoors, fungi grow in damp areas. They can often be found in the bathroom, kitchen or basement.

Help Others Achieve Better Air Quality

pur3 improves indoor air quality standards and is self sufficient for function and process with minimal maintenance requirements. pur3 has a goal to eventually become a required apparatus for the prevention and control of mold growth as dictated by building code.

Case Studies


How the pur3 system's continuous and intense air movement significantly reduced poor indoor air quality and mold inside a home residence.

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How the pur3 system's continuous and intense air movement significantly
reduced poor indoor air quality and mold inside a home residence with the subject having respiratory failure.

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How the pur3 system's velocity and intense air movement significantly reduced poor indoor air quality and inside a school building.

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Ultraviolet irradiation

Ultraviolet irradiation doses for coronavirus inactivation review and analysis of coronavirus photoinactivation studies

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UVC Light Report

Far-UVC light efficiently and safely inactivates airborne human coronaviruses

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UVC Light Effeciency

A direct approach to limit airborne transmission of pathogens is to inactivate them within a short time of their production.

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P.O. Box 12, Perrysburg Ohio, 43552