An airscrubber is a device that removes impurities from the air people breathe inside their homes. Airscrubbers are designed to be installed inside an existing HVAC system where they use various technologies to purify the air that passes through them.
An airscrubber consists of a honeycomb matrix that is coated in titanium dioxide and a strong UV light that destroys airborne contaminants such as dust mites. The UV light disrupts their DNA and effectively kills them. Many people are allergic to these microscopic creatures rather than to dust or other particulate matter.
As airborne contaminants pass through the airscrubber they are transformed into oxidizers which are a natural antimicrobial. These are passed into the home and act as cleaners of gases, vapors and other offensive odors and can control contaminants such as fungi, mold and bacteria that are invisible to the human eye.