The clean air produced by an airPHX unit works as effectively as any fogger, but without the inherent health risks. The technology kills mold throughout a room by producing air with oxidizing molecules. Oxidizing molecules may only make up a tiny fraction of the air in a room, but provide continuous sanitation of a variety of surfaces including wood, steel, drywall, and insulation. Additionally, airPHX clean air kills any mold spores in the air to prevent mold from spreading throughout the treatment space. Add an airPHX device to existing protocols for safer remediation and a more comprehensive clean to ensure customer satisfaction!


airPHX Technology as a Supplement to Standard Mold Remediation Techniques

Mold remediation is an expensive and time-consuming process. Even seasoned professionals can miss non-visible mold, and if these overlooked areas are not treated, the mold can continue to thrive even after dehumidifiers have been run. 


Cleaning protocols using chemical disinfectants, such as bleach, are effective on surfaces but require laborious application and do not treat mold spores in the air. Even the best filtration techniques can only remove pathogens that pass through its filters, and most foggers and biocides pose health risks to the occupants of a residence or workplace.

"Assessing mold growth involves more than just looking at what's visibly growing on the walls or in a corner. Mold can be an invisible intruder, growing behind and around what you first see. Such devious behavior requires inquisitive thinking."

"Currently, existing research does not relate the amount of mold growth to the frequency or severity of health effects. However, as the presence of moldy materials increases, so does the potential for exposure and the need to limit the spread of mold-containing dusts and worker exposures. As such, the size of the area impacted by mold growth as well as practical considerations were used to help define remedial procedures."

Mold Remediation Effectiveness