How does it work?

CIMR® works by creating 0.02 ppm of DHP (Dry Hydrogen Peroxide) gas from the oxygen and humidity already in the air. The hydrogen peroxide molecules have both localised positive and negative charges; they are literally drawn to viruses and bacteria by electrostatic attraction. Microbes are then destroyed with the CIMR® system.

sThe DHP gas is then supplied to the areas where it diffuses everywhere that air travels indoors, disinfecting microbes in places that other technologies can’t even reach.

For example, the gaseous DHP first sanitises the air ducts, then it sanitises the indoor air and exposed surfaces, and over time diffuses into every crack and crevice that air can penetrate, disinfecting microbes in places that other processes such as mists, sprays, wipe downs and/or traditional/conventional chemical disinfectants cannot reach.

CIMR® has been proven effective against many infectious micro-organisms, including: Norovirus, E-Coli, H5N8 Virus, MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus), Streptococcus (Strep), Pseudomonas, Swine Flu (H1N1), non resistant Staphylococcus Aureus, Listeria Monocytogenes, Stachybotrys Chartarum (Black Mold), Candida Albicans, Fungal CNS, Aspergillus, and Bacillus Subtilis.

It continuously disinfects, sanitises and kills all known pathogens and microbes. The process is ongoing while building occupants and visitors are present.

The DHP gas infiltrates all areas and diffuses everywhere that air travels indoors, into every crack and crevasse. It attacks and destroys all known pathogens and microbes in the shared indoor air space, on surfaces and objects.