What is the best negative ionizer (ion generator) machine?

VI-2500 Negative Ionizer Wein VI-2500 High Intensity Negative Room Ionizer /Air Ionizer (filterless)-

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Dr. Gabor Lantos, Professional Engineer and Occupational Health Physician states; “As the airborne concentrations of viruses or bacteria are reduced, the risks of contracting diseases through inhalation are significantly reduced.” (see the studies) . A recent report on NPR also showed that in addition to Light Therapy, Negative Ions can help with Seasonal Affective Disorder.

The VI-2500 negative ion generator, room ionizer has been designed to be used in any room environment, including use around computer systems and other sensitive electronics. The Wein VI-2500 Negative Ionizer uses less than 8 watts creating 450 trillion negative ions per second for rooms as large as 800 sq. ft. This air ionizer removes particles as small as .01 Microns.Our Air ionizer emits no detectable ozone so don’t expect the ozone smell that ozone generators create. The Wein Negative ionizer is a true high density negative air ionizer.

Negative Ions are molecules that have gained an extra electron. These are beneficial to the environment because they help attract dust, cigarette smoke, pet dander, pollen, mold spores, viruses, and bacteria; thus, helping eliminate them from the air you breathe. Have you ever noticed how fresh air smells after a rainfall or near a waterfall? If so, then you have experienced ionization in its grandest form.

There are over 700 scientific articles on the benefits of negative ions. In addition, negative ionization has been shown to elevate mood and reduce stress. Scientists at Columbia University showed that negative ions can also combat depression and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).

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