The principle, advantages and disadvantages of plasma air disinfection machine
- The principle of plasma air disinfection machine
Plasma air disinfection machine is an air disinfection equipment manufactured using the principle of plasma sterilization. Plasma is a charged particle system composed of molecules and atoms in ionized air, with strong redox and bactericidal abilities. The plasma air disinfection machine generates plasma by ionizing air, causing water and oxygen molecules in the air to form charged particles such as ozone and hydroxyl radicals, killing bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms in the air.
- Advantages and disadvantages of plasma air disinfection machines
The plasma air disinfection machine has the following advantages:
(1) Good sterilization effect: The plasma air disinfection machine can kill most bacteria, viruses, fungi and other microorganisms in the air, effectively reducing the concentration of pollutants in the air and improving air quality.
(2) No chemical substances: The plasma air disinfection machine does not require the use of any chemical substances, does not produce secondary pollution, and does not produce any odor.
(3) Energy conservation and environmental protection: The energy consumption of the plasma air disinfection machine is lower than that of other disinfection equipment, and it also does not produce pollutants such as wastewater and exhaust gas, with minimal impact on the environment.
However, plasma air disinfection machines also have the following drawbacks:
(1) High space requirements: The plasma air disinfection machine needs to generate plasma during use, so it requires a relatively large space to achieve disinfection effects. If the use space is small, the effect will be affected.
(2) Limited scope of application: The sterilization effect of the plasma air disinfection machine mainly targets microorganisms in the air, but its disinfection effect on surface microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses is poor.
(3) Harmful to human health: Plasma air disinfectors can produce harmful substances such as ozone during the sterilization process. If not used properly, it can pose a threat to human health.