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Intersam Markets Cold Plasma Bipolar Ionisation Equipment

Intersam’s Cold Plasma Bipolar Ionisation equipment provides a clean, purified, high-quality indoor air environment for everyone. They can be installed in any air conditioning system in any location. They use a technology capable of reducing the concentration of harmful particles, odours, pathogens, bacteria or viruses that accumulate in the air.

13 Jul 2021

Intersam will be participating at C&R 2021, the International Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Exhibition. It is a long-established business with an outstanding track record in the sector.

Its Cold Plasma Bipolar Ionisation equipment provides a clean, purified, high-quality indoor air environment for everyone. “The models we market and manufacture comply with UL and CE standards and have been tested by independent laboratories,” the company explains.

These systems can be installed in any air conditioning or refrigeration system in any location. They use a technology capable of reducing the concentration of harmful particles, odours, pathogens, bacteria or viruses that accumulate in the air. “Using Intersam’s bipolar ionisation increases energy efficiency and cuts your carbon footprint, without modifying your installation.”

“Our patented technology uses an electrical charge to create a plasma cloud containing a high concentration of negative and positive ions. These ions attach themselves to atoms or molecules so that filters in air conditioners or ventilation or air conditioning systems can trap them more easily,” they explain.

Food Industry

The company points out that “our bipolar ionisation equipment is particularly suitable for the food industry and food preservation, as it has numerous scientifically-documented benefits. These benefits include longer shelf-life for fish, seafood, fresh meat and poultry by destroying damaging microorganisms and its ability to eliminate agents such as viruses, bacterial spores, gram-positive bacteria, gram-negative bacteria, moulds, yeasts and parasites.”