It was confirmed that the Streamer technology decomposes mold and mite's carcasses and feces.
Joint research with Wakayama Medical University
"Mold" and "mite (carcass)" were placed on the electrodes of the Streamer discharge unit, and after being exposed to the Streamer discharge for 15 minutes, they were photographed with an electron microscope.
As a result of the experiment, it was confirmed that 99.9% of molds was suppressed in 24 hours by the Streamer irradiation.
Japan Food Research Laboratories
A test piece in which the bacterial solution was cultured was placed in a container, the test Streamer generator was operated, and the viable cell count was measured after 24 hours.
As a result of the experiment, it was confirmed that 99.6% of allergic effects of mites (feces and carcasses) was suppressed in 24 hours by the Streamer irradiation.
Wakayama Medical University
Allergen analysis was confirmed by ELISA method using a test Streamer generator.
Since both molds and mites prefer a moist environment, they breed when the humidity is high. Moreover, because the mites in the room are fed by molds, mites are more likely to occur in places where molds breed. When these molds and the feces/carcasses of mites touch human's skin or be inhaled, they cause various allergic symptoms such as atopic dermatitis, asthma, rhinitis and itchy eyes.