1. Streptococcus Sp.
Group A Streptococcal (strep) infections are caused by Group A streptococcus and a bacterium responsible for a variety of health problems.
Source: U.S. Department of Health and human services
Tested by Kansas State University Inactivation Rate 96+%
2. Listeria
This is a Gram-positive bacterium, motile by means of flagella. Some studies suggest that 1-10% of humans may be intestinal carriers of L.monocytogenes.
Source : U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Tested by Kansas State University, Steris Labs, KAG / Eco Labs - Inactivation Rate 99+%
3. Escherichia Coli
Escherichia coli, usually abbreviated to E. coli, discovered by the odor Escherich, a German pediatrician and bacteriologist, is one of the main species of bacteria that live in the lower intestines of mammals, known as gut flora.
Source : CDC : (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Tested by Kansas State University Inactivation Rate 99+%
4. Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) is a type of bacteria that is resistant to certain antibiotics. These antibiotics include methicillin and other more common antibiotics such as oxacillin, penicillin and amoxicillin.
Source: CDC : (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Tested by Kansas State University Inactivation Rate 99+%
5. Bacillius Globigii
Bacillus Globigii lives in soils around the world and can readily be found in samplings of wind-borne dust particles. It is also known as Bacillus subtilis.
Information source : CDC : (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and Los Alamos National Laboratory
Tested by Kansas State University Inactivation Rate 99+%
6. Staphylococcus Aureus
Staphylococcus aureus, often referred to simply as "staph," is a bacteria commonly found on the skin and in the nose of people. Person-to-person transmission is the usual form of spread and occurs through contact with secretions from infected skin lesions, nasal discharge or spread via the hands.
Information source : CDC: (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and FDA (Food and Drug Administration)
Tested by Kansas State University Inactivation Rate 99+%
7. Streptococcus Pneumoniae
S. Pneumoniae is an exclusively human pathogen and is spread from person- to-person by respiratory droplets, meaning that transmission generally occurs during coughing or sneezing to others within 6 feet of the carrier. Health experts estimate that more than 10 million mild infections (throat and skin) like these occur every year.
Information source: CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
Tested by Kansas State University Inactivation Rate 99+%
8. Stachybotrys Chartarum
Stachybotry is a greenish-black fungus found worldwide that colonizes particularly well in high-cellular material, such as straw, hay, paper, dust, lint, and cellulose-containing building materials as fiber board and gypsum board that become chronically moist or water damage due to excessive humidity, water leaks, condensation or flooring.
Source: Health and Industry
Tested by Kansas State University Inactivation Rate 99+%
9. Formaldehyde
The purpose of this test was to evaluate the effect the RGF AOT unit has on formaldehyde.
Tests were conducted in a Class II Bio test chamber by Kansas State University
10. Electrical / Ozone / EMF
All RGF AOP devices have been thouroghly tested for electrical safety Standards.
Tested by : TUV, ETL, UL, CSA, NEI, China, RGF Labs. The Japanese Government, GSA, Electrical Power Research Institute.

Note : Many household appliances emit some ozone and emf in safe low levels such as fluorescent lights, motors, computers, copy machines, refrigerators, blenders, air filters, air conditioners, electric fans, microwave ovens, etc.
It is a normal reaction to question the long-term safety of any product that is effective and uses new or “breakthrough” technology. This type of question has become common as our litigious society has taught us to question things that significantly outperform existing methods or products.

The breakthrough in the RGF Advanced Oxidation Technologies is a group of oxidants known as Hydro-Peroxides. Hydro-Peroxides have been a common part of our environment for over 3.5 billion years. Hydro-Peroxides are created in our atmosphere whenever three components are present: oxyen molecules, water vapor, and energy (electro magnetic). PHI™ has the ability to create Hydro-Peroxides.

Ionized-Hydro-PeroxidesTM are very effective at destroying harmful microbials in the air and on surfaces. As oxidants, they do this by either destroying the microbe through a process known as cell lysing or by changing its molecular structure and rendering it harmless (which is the case in VOC's and odors). The amount of Hydro-Peroxides required to accomplish this task in a conditioned space is well below the level that is constantly in our outside air.

There is no known case of Hydro-Peroxides ever creating a health risk. Considering we have been exposed to Hydro-Peroxides in nature since the day man stepped on the planet, it is a reasonable assumption that Hydro-Peroxides do not constitute a health risk. Over the past 20-Plus years, RGF has more than 1 million Advanced Oxidation cells successfully used worldwide without a safety problem.

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