Our core principles, people, and technologies
Re-evaluate the existing policy on indoor air
Whether it is the current pandemic or a future one, we always have to control airborne contamination sustainably and not only in Summer.
When winter arrives, we will have to rethink certain measures. Act now and lead the informed citizen to your real estate.
A safe environment and the well-being of people will be top priority.
Red Marine Algae: the strength behind Sea-Aeration
Studies show the antiviral capacities of Red Marine Algae. It immobilizes and inactivates viral pathogens, such as SARS-CoV-2 and Influenza.
The unique chemical structure of the Sulfated Polysaccharides in Red Marine Algae has shown promise as a therapeutic agent for respiratory weaknesses.
WHO (2021) recognizes the antiviral properties of Sulfated Polysaccharides. It is considered useful in the fight against Covid-19.
- High capturing capacity: up to 99,9 %;
- A fast die-off of airborne viruses: log 3 decreases;
- No bacterial growth on the filter;
- No detachment from the treated filters;
- Existing fans and motors will remain in use;
- No structural modification to air ducts.
Archaea Organisms: the strength behind BioRemediation
Archaea live in mutualistic relationships with other living things, meaning they provide some kind of benefits to another species and get something good in return.
TakeAir delivers this ecological process to the indoor environment, producing a hospitable and balanced indoor space.
A stable and varied indoor biome creates a living environment in which the fine-meshed mechanism of our immune system is at ease.
Watch the video to see how the system works
Bridging the gap between science and practice
Dedicated experts and scientists
Prof. Dr. Ir. Sylwia Jezierska
Prof. Jezierska is the leading R&D Engineer of our studies, in collaboration with our partnering laboratory Avecom.