Peace of Mind: An Air and Surface Purifier that works fast, and keeps working

19.03.21 04:32 PM By Jon

The Peace of Mind and Pristine Air that we all want and need

At a time like this, I think it is fair to assume that we all are concerned about germs around us. 

But, how do we continuously keep our indoor spaces clean and germ-free while we are occupying them? 

There is a newly patented technology based on NASA Air Scrubbers that is designed to turn ordinary water molecules in the air into toxin-and-germ-scavaging super-ions [my term].   The parent company, Aerus, has invested over $10 million and undergone rigorous testing to prove their technology works, and is totally safe. 

The device I now have in my home and office is called the Vollara Air and Surface Pro.  I've had enough time using it and experiencing it for myself that I can confidently endorse it, and recommend it for my friends, family, clients, and others. 

I now have Peace of Mind knowing that infections simply cannot spread here.  I know that ActivePure molecules are continuously sterilizing the air, and surfaces, and even my own airways!  I most certainly will continue to wash my face and hands. I will also continue to mouthwash with antiseptic rinse, and I will continue to cover my coughs and sneezes.  But, I won't ever again need to question if I've cleaned enough, distanced enough, protected myself enough, provided a safe space for my clients and family, or if I am being exposed to invisible toxins, spores, bacteria, viruses, or other germs.

I expect the same results that a growing number of clinics, schools, hotels, and the like, have been enjoying: fewer infections, fewer sick days, less allergies, and better overall wellbeing. 

The Cleveland Clinic is studying ActivePure in their surgical suites

The prestigious Cleveland Clinic, a research hospital that is known for advancements in Cardiology and Oncology, has just initiated a four-year, double-blind study to test the efficacy of ActivePure technology during surgery.  The devices are in fifty surgery rooms, and will demonstrate outcomes of fifty thousand surgeries lasting more than an hour each. 

Researchers and surgeons who designed the study will be measuring the effect on complications, delays in recovery, infections, transplant rejections, other morbidities, and death. 

You should understand that the Cleveland Clinic is not going to undergo such a huge study if they were not already confident that it was safe, and fully expected positive results.  The only question now is: how dramatic?  Results will be published June 2024.  Here is a link to the study details at

The Proof I Needed to see

I really can't describe how good it feels to see published results in the form of graphs that "say it all."  I have confidence, knowing that ActivePure devices just like the one I have in operation here now have already been proven to kill SARS-Cov2 as well as a host of other pathogens, deadly bacteria, molds, RNA viruses, DNA viruses, and other harmful contaminants. 

What makes sense to me is that this technology (in their words) "eliminates static" while at work purifying the space.  By eliminating static, the neutralized particles fall out of the air.  Our delicate respiratory tree, all the way down into the tiny alveolar sacs of the lungs, is protected from irritations that could otherwise lead to infections and damage.  By neutralizing static, energy can flow through our own systems more efficiently as well.  Less irritated nerves, more responsive senses.  It does this using water molecules in the air, and has been proven safe for all living things.  Win - win.  

RNA and DNA Viruses : Goodbye

These studies can also be found at the Vollara website.  

Also studied, and proven to be no match for ActivePure were these harmful germs:

  • Staphylococcus epidermidis – Gram-positive Bacteria
  • Erwinia herbicola – Gram-negative Bacteria
  • Aspergillus niger
  • Bacillus globibii
  • H1N1 (swine flu)
  • Clostridium Difficile
  • E. Coli
  • MRSA
  • H5N8 Bird Flu
  • Listeria monocytogenes
  • Bacillis spp. (related to anthrax)
  • Pseudomonas spp.
  • Hepatitis A
  • Norovirus
  • SARS-Cov2