How to stop mould growth using air purifiers

Oct 17, 2022 | Commercial, Health, Mould, Residential

Australia’s warm and humid climate, coupled with unusually wet conditions and record-breaking floods, have created a perfect storm for mould in many parts of Australia.

Experts are warning that we are headed for our third consecutive La Nina summer, meaning more wet weather and more opportunity for mould growth.

What many people don’t realise is that PHI Air Purification technology is up to 99% effective against mould spores.

Does PHI Air Purification kill existing mould?

Pre-existing and established mould will still need to be removed or cleaned using traditional methods, however PHI Air Purification is highly effective at preventing further mould growth & spread.

Mould spreads by releasing mould spores into the air. These mould spores travel through the air and land on a new surface to grow.

Mould spores can also cause serious health issues if inhaled, including respiratory issues, coughing, itchy eyes or skin, stuffy nose, wheezing and more.

How does PHI Active Air Purification work?

Patented PHI Air Purification technology generates tiny “air cleaners” (airborne hydro-peroxides) which actively seek-and-destroy contaminants in the air around you, including mould spores.

This means that in a space treated by PHI Air Purifiers, any mould spores will be targeted and deactivated as soon as they’re released, effectively stopping the mould’s ability to reproduce and spread.

Are PHI Air Purifiers suitable for residential or commercial use?

Yes! There is a range of PHI Active Air Purifiers suitable for homes and businesses of all sizes – including standalone units, devices to fit existing reverse cycle air conditioners, and purifiers designed for large ducted air handling units in commercial or industrial buildings.

Talk to our expert team today about which residential or commercial air purifier would be most suitable for your needs.