How Ionization (NPBI) 

Needlepoint bipolar ionization works to safely clean indoor air and hard surfaces, leveraging an electronic charge to create a high concentration of positive and negative ions. These ions travel through the air continuously seeking out and attaching to particles. This sets in motion a continuous pattern of particle combination. As these particles become larger, they are eliminated from the air more rapidly.



What exactly does that mean? 


As the positive and negative ions are released by The Sentinel Unit, they attach to particles, pathogens and gas molecules. The ions help to agglomerate fine submicron particles, making them filterable. The ions kill pathogens by robbing them of life-sustaining hydrogen. The ions breakdown harmful VOCs with an Electron Volt Potential under twelve (eV<12) into harmless compounds like O2 , CO2 , N2 , and H2O. The ions produced travel within the air stream into the occupied spaces, cleaning the air everywhere the ions travel, even in spaces unseen.


What is an ion? 


An ion is a molecule or atom that is positively or negatively charged, meaning that it has electrons to give or needs electrons to become uncharged, thus becoming stable.





Two sealed plastic containers were  equipped with fresh bread and a cup of  water.


One container is equipped with NPBI.

DAY 12

After 12 days, the bread in the NPBI container remained fresh while the bread in the unprotected container is covered in mold growth.

Multiple data points were used to formulate performance validation statements. NPBI technology is used in a wide range of applications across diverse environmental conditions. Since locations will vary, clients should evaluate their individual application and environmental conditions when making an assessment regarding the technology’s potential benefits.


The use of this technology is not intended to take the place of reasonable precautions to prevent the transmission of pathogens. It is important to comply with all applicable public health laws and guidelines issued by federal, state, and local governments and health authorities as well as official guidance published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (, including but not limited to social distancing, hand hygiene, cough etiquette, and the use of face masks.


Use of this data is not permitted without written authorization from Global Plasma Solutions, Inc.