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Ionizers have been known to remove infections in hospitals, but several studies have also shown that Ionization increases the level of Ozone in a small, closed space beyond the accepted guidelines.
Equipment including autoclaves, incubators, ionizers, explosion-proof refrigerators and vacuum ovens were built into the labs.
The Aeroguard Clean Air Glo from Eureka Forbes is an affordable LED bulb with built-in ionizers, which, the company claims, eliminates smoke, odour, and airborne allergens while creating a healthy environment.
According to organisers, Shopper Smart Living brings the latest in innovation and eco-friendly advances in everything from washing machines, refrigerators and dishwashers to air conditioning units, ionizers and lighting.
Andrew Weil, a wellknown book author and authority on nutrition from Harvard Medical School, was direct to the point when he said in one article: "The health claims for water ionizers and alkaline water are bogus.
When used with its charger and charge plate, Model 511 can test balance and [+ or-] decay capabilities of ionizers.
Equipped with ionizers for smoke-free, purified breathing, Cafe Blue Ginger is a must visit for people fond of good food and comfortable surroundings.
The rains are part of a secret $11m project, reportedly commissioned by HH Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, which used ionizers to generate storms, the UK's Sunday Times said.
Mullens said the product is an example of the use of negative ionizers.
One group of guinea pigs received air exposed to ultraviolet lights in the ward, a second group received ward air treated with negative ionizers and a control group was given air straight from the ward.
Some ionizers common in electronics manufacturing facilities are designed to maintain a balance of only 150V.
Air ionizers generate large quantities of positive and negative ions in the surrounding atmosphere, which serve as mobile carriers of charge into the air.