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Pathogens and Your Health

What are Pathogens? 

The air can be filled with harmful pathogens, especially in indoor spaces. Outside, a naturally occurring process called bipolar ionization occurs, which eliminates the pathogens and restores air quality. Unfortunately, this does not happen in an enclosed environment. If action isn’t taken, it can harm your health. Luckily, our technology neutralizes pathogens. 

Pathogens are organisms that can cause disease. These include viruses, bacteria, mold, and fungus, which are more common in homes and buildings if you don’t have an air quality solution adequately installed. 


They can easily be transmitted through numerous ways, including bodily fluids, skin contact, and airborne particles – meaning transmission is much more common indoors. 

How Can Bipolar Ionization Help? 

At one point or another, we’ve all probably said something along the lines of, “I’m going to get some fresh air.” That saying comes from more than simply wanting to leave or remove yourself from a situation. The air is cleaner outside thanks to a natural process called bipolar ionization. 


It eliminates pathogens through ions, which create hydrogen peroxide that disinfects the air and surfaces around us. While bipolar ionization does not happen naturally indoors, we can use innovative technology to jumpstart the process. 

Looking for a Way to Neutralize Pathogens in the Air? 

Pathogens in your home or place of business can be extremely harmful to your health, which is why it’s so important to utilize the power of bipolar ionization to neutralize them at every opportunity. Eagle X Pro has the solution you need in the form of multiple products that fit any scenario.  


Whether you need to clean the air in a smaller living space or a large warehouse, we can help. We even provide installation services for our customers. Ready to harness the power of ions? Do you have any questions about our products? Contact our friendly and helpful team today to get started. 

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