Airlite reduces pollutants such as nitrogen oxide as it purifies the air.
Activated by light, Airlite reduces air pollutants by transforming them into harmless mineral salts. Airlite reduces both the pollutants generated by combustion and those of a biological nature which are already dispersed throughout the atmosphere.
Airlite has an effect on both pollutants that are harmful to health and on those that cause the greenhouse effect. In particular, it reduces the dangerous gases of nitrogen oxides (NOx) and sulphur oxides (SOx).
Airlite reduces harmful nitrogen dioxide (NO2) by oxidation and transforms it into harmless water-soluble salts which are temporarily deposited on its surface until they are dissolved either by rainwater or general air humidity.
The NO2 pollutant is reduced by more than 80% in a laboratory environment and more than 50% in a high pollution outdoor test environment (heavily used road tunnel).