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The EnviroKlenz® Mobile Air System with UV Light combines Advanced EnviroKlenz technology for toxic and noxious chemical and odor removal with HEPA filtration and ultraviolet germicidal radiation (UVC) to remove airborne particulates and allergens and inhibit the growth of captured microorganisms (such as bacteria, mold, and viruses).

  • EnviroKlenz Air Cartridge is effective against toxic or noxious odors and chemicals through our proprietary “Adsorptive Neutralization” process.
  • The HEPA filter captures harmful dust, particulate, allergens, pet dander, microorganisms, and more.
  • UVC lamps are located before (and radiating on) the collection side of the HEPA filter. Unlike systems that depend on killing/inactivating the organisms as they pass through the UVC light in a very short period of time, the UVC light is continuously shining on the collected organisms with high efficiency of kill.
  • Indicator lights inform you when individual UVC lamps need to be replaced or when the HEPA filter is clogged with particulate buildup.
  • A four-speed blower offers the quietest and most efficient air flow on the market. The low Whisp-Air speed allows for silent operation. Medium to High speeds creates maximum air efficiency at noise levels suitable for residential and commercial use.
  • Room Size - Treats up to 1000 square feet

 Versus Volatile Organic Compounds “VOC’s”

Volatile organic compounds (VOC) encompass a wide range of range of compounds. These chemicals range from slightly hazardous organic solvents up to highly toxic and corrosive acids. They can be found in most industrial and household settings and can pose a serious hazard for a prolonged period of time in an indoor environment. In addition to organic compounds, there is also a wide range of additional toxic volatile compounds which are commonly found in the home.

EnviroKlenz® materials are capable of removing and destroying these compounds from a variety of indoor airspaces, processing streams, storage facilities, also anywhere that these harmful compounds are generated. The method or process used in the destruction of these compounds differs depending on the compound in question. Due to the inherent stability of hydrocarbons, EnviroKlenz® materials will physically absorb these compounds, however, will not chemically modify their structure. EnviroKlenz® materials will chemically dismantle the many VOCs.

To illustrate EnviroKlenz®’s impact on volatile organic compounds (VOCs) reduction in an environment, the VOC levels were monitored in an office work environment on site at a production facility. The air was monitored for a period of two days; then an EnviroKlenz® Mobile Air System was deployed. As you can see the VOC levels dropped and did not spike as they did the previous days leading up to the use of the system.

The same study was conducted the following week, and the results were the same. As illustrated in the image to the left, the VOC levels before the EnviroKlenz® Mobile Air System deployment spiked during the daytime production hours, while they remained relatively stable after the system was deployed.

The final image to the right looks at the impact on the reduction of airborne particulate matter. The facility where this was conducted has a particular process that generates dust and particulate matter during extended production hours. The production process was running on both days below (August 18 and 19), but the EnviroKlenz® System was only deployed on August 19. A significant reduction in particulate matter was observed through the use of the EnviroKlenz® Mobile Air System in that office environment.


Environmental Chamber

In this test, an acute release of formaldehyde occurred in an environmental chamber.

Once the formaldehyde levels equilibrated around 100 ppm, the EnviroKlenz® Mobile Air System was turned on to rapidly remove the compound from the chamber air. The test was repeated using the same EnviroKlenz® Air Cartridge to show capacity. Once the chemical contaminate is inside the proprietary EnviroKlenz® Air Cartridge, an adsorptive neutralize process occurs. This means the chemicals are retained, without being released back into the environment.

Once the chemical contaminate is inside the proprietary EnviroKlenz® Air Cartridge, an adsorptive neutralize process occurs. This means the chemicals is retained, without being released back into the environment.


     Run 1                           Run 2                          Run 3

Formaldehyde (ppm) vs Time (min)

Levels this high are not expected to be observed in a living environment, as they are 5 times the immediately dangerous level (IDLH) and 50 times more than the permissible level (PEL) for exposure. They were elevated in the test to account for the smaller size of the environmental chamber and the treatment area of the system (7,500 cubic feet).

EnviroKlenz® Mobile Air System has the capacity and capabilities to make a significant impact on formaldehyde impacted living spaces.

 Versus fragrances

Fragrance is a term used to describe a mixture of chemicals often composed of essential oils, chemicals with a strong aroma, and solvents that together produce a “pleasant” scent to the general population. In order to achieve a particular scent, a variety of different ingredients from natural and synthetic sources may be used. Some common chemical classes used include, but are not limited to: esters, terpenes, aromatic, amines, alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, and thiols. For individuals with MCS, many chemicals and substances with strong scents are the most common triggers for their symptoms and can include: perfumes, cleaning agents, pesticides, cigarette smoke, among many others.

EnviroKlenz®’s broad capabilities and efficacy towards MCS triggers can be demonstrated against commonly encountered chemicals and chemical classes associated with fragrances, indoor air quality issues, and pollutants. For the comparison, EnviroKlenz® technology and a commonly used absorbent were challenged against a variety target chemical compounds that broadly encompass different types of chemical structures and fragrance profiles. The challenge compounds were: cadaverine (a toxic diamine), isovaleric acid (organic fatty acid that can be present in essential oils), acetaldehyde (a common VOC, indoor air contaminant, and component of cigarette smoke), ethyl mercaptan (a powerful sulfur-containing pollutant), and ammonia (a commercial cleaning product and caustic volatile material).

Percent Adsorption Comparison



Pesticides are used in more than 91% of households in the United States. Indoor contamination with pesticides is quite common. One study suggests that 80 percent of most people's exposure to pesticides occurs indoors and that measurable levels of up to a dozen pesticides have been found in the air inside homes. Reasons for this include contaminated soil or dust that floats in or is tracked in from outside, stored pesticide containers, and household surfaces that collect and then release the pesticides.


Prolonged exposure to low levels of these pesticides will also cause adverse health impacts for individuals and pets. Children and animals spend a significant portion of time in direct contact with the floor where the highest concentration of pesticides is located within the home. NanoActive sorbents offer the ability to chemically dismantle these toxic compounds and provide a safer indoor environment.

Due to its enhanced chemical reactivity, EnviroKlenz® materials have the ability to chemically dismantle a variety of highly toxic compounds. A brief list of common insecticides capable of being neutralized or broken-down due to their chemical composition by EnviroKlenz® is as follows:








Methyl parathion








Oxydemeton methyl







Dichlorvos (DDVP)







Pirimiphos methyl







Ethyl parathion









Tribufos (DEF)

Isazophos methyl




Tobacco smoke

There are at least 40 carcinogens among the more than 3,800 chemicals in tobacco smoke. The chemicals in tobacco smoke include nicotine, ammonia, hydrogen cyanide, acetaldehyde, methyl chloride, and pyridine. Many of these toxins are found in higher concentrations in tobacco smoke than in mainstream smoke (the smoke inhaled by smokers). The U.S. Surgeon General and the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health have found that simply separating smokers and nonsmokers in the workplace or public places does not adequately protect nonsmokers from these chemical hazards.

The residual odor left from tobacco smoke is evidence that these toxic compounds still persist even after the “smoke” has dissipated. These toxic chemicals settle on walls, drapes, furniture, and floors where they still pose the same toxic health threat days or weeks after they were released. Simply masking these odors offers no health benefits to individuals who are exposed to these compounds regularly.


Mold-Generated Volatile Organic Chemicals (VOCs)

Understanding the long-term effects and risks of environmental exposures to a variety of chemicals is of paramount importance, as within the disaster restoration industry, professionals are routinely exposed to chemical compounds from a variety of sources. It is widely known that water jobs carry the risk of exposure to mold. Most people are aware of the allergic implications of mold exposure, but there are other chemical related risks on virtually all mold and water jobs that are often overlooked.

Background on mold-generated VOCs

Indoor mold growth has long been associated with a musty or earthy smell, which most people find offensive. This characteristic smell has been found to result from the production of VOCs by various molds, such as Aspergillus and Penicillium species. Many different indoor molds produce VOCs, and a large variety of VOCs may be produced depending upon the species of mold, the specific conditions under which it is growing, and the substrate it is growing on.

Health hazards

The VOCs produced by molds have been determined to be hazardous to health since they can damage the olfactory system and even be transported into the temporal lobe of the brain via the olfactory bulb. Some mold-produced VOCs have been demonstrated to be neurotoxic or to cause pulmonary inflammation. Persons exposed to indoor molds and mycotoxins (including mold-generated VOCs) have been shown to exhibit symptoms such as poor memory and concentration, in addition to the more commonly known symptoms of eye and throat irritation. The CDC states “If mold is seen or smelled, there is a potential health risk...”, and the U.S. EPA offers an entire pamphlet for physicians entitled “Guidance for Clinicians on the Recognition and Management of Health Effects Related to Mold Exposure and Moisture Indoors”.

Mold-generated VOC control measures

Recommended mold-generated VOC control measures center around ridding the building of the source of the VOCs, namely the growing mold. Contaminated materials should be removed from the structure and disposed of, and the conditions which permitted the mold growth should be addressed.

Additionally, the air inside the building will contain VOCs generated by the mold during the course of its growth. To prevent the health effects of VOC exposure, the building air should be purified. Air purification may need to continue for an extended period of time to allow any VOCs absorbed into the building’s interior surfaces, particularly porous surfaces, such as furniture or ceiling tile, to be released.

Mechanism of action

The enhanced chemical reactivity found in the EnviroKlenz® Cartridge makes it ideal for removing harmful mold-generated VOCs, thus improving the indoor air quality in water and mold-damaged structures.

The proprietary EnviroKlenz® formulation contains a blend of high surface area metal oxides. The large surface area to volume ratio of the metal oxides makes them highly chemically reactive, and particularly suitable for chemical reactions involving destructive adsorption. Microbial VOCs which contact the EnviroKlenz® formulation are strongly adsorbed and removed from the air stream. Unlike the VOCs adsorbed by activated carbon filters, VOCs bound to EnviroKlenz® will not be released by off-gassing later.


The EnviroKlenz® formulation was tested against 5 VOCs known to be produced by a number of different fungal species. For this testing, 0.1 g of EnviroKlenz® was placed into a headspace vial with ~ 3 μL of test VOC. The vial was capped and crimped, then vortexed to assure good contact between the EnviroKlenz® formulation and the test VOC. After 24 h, the vial was subjected to headspace analysis by GC-FID. The results of this analysis are shown in table.

Efficacy of EnviroKlenz® against Fungal VOCs


odor characteristics

percent removal by enviroklenz


Highly Disagreeable











ethyl acetate

Sweet Odor- associated with glues and nail polish remover


How EnviroKlenz® stacks up against the competition

The EnviroKlenz® Mobile Air System is your solution to improving your personal environment air quality through an “adsorptive neutralization” process for chemical odors, fragrances, and VOCs, combined with HEPA filtration for particulates and allergens all in one system.

Since the multistage treatment and filtration approach is enhanced with the patented EnviroKlenz® technology, it is effective for a broad spectrum of indoor environmental sensitivity triggers.

The small size of the air processor allows it to be portable and easily maneuverable.

EnviroKlenz® offers many advantages over the competition including:

  • Combination chemical pollutants (such as VOCs) and particulate matter reduction
  • High air exchange and air movement in a compact system
  • Advanced adsorptive neutralization technology that does not release chemicals/ byproducts to the environment
  • A multi-speed blower offers the quiet and efficient air flow. The low setting allows for near silent operation while still maintaining air flow. Medium to High speeds creates maximum air efficiency at noise levels still suitable for residential and commercial use.
  • Simple and easy maintenance.

Comparisons of various air purification systems


size &








38 lbs

99.99% > 0.3 μm

Patented Earth Minerals

Effective against particulates, odors, and chemicals pollution without releasing byproducts into the environment.

EnviroKlenz® w/ UVC


45 lbs

99.99% > 0.3 μm

Patented Earth

Minerals +

Collection Side


Above benefits, plus UVC inactivation of collected microorganisms.

Air Doctor


18 lbs

99.99% > 0.3 μm



Doped Carbon

Particulate removal, some odor capacity when carbon is used, but off-gassing likely.

HiTech (model





Only UVC benefits, but exposure time is short.  No significant particulate removal.




Air Purifier)


16 lbs



Particulate removal, some oxidation of chemicals.



18 lbs



Some oxidation of chemicals.

IQ Air

(HealthPro Air)


29 lbs


Optional Carbon

Particulate removal.

Airpura (R600)


47 lbs



Particulate removal, some odor capacity when carbon is used, but off-gassing likely.




17x22x10,  16 lbs


Ionizer, optional modified HEPA/


Particulate removal, some odor capacity when carbon is used, but off-gassing likely.



17 lbs



Particulate removal, some odor capacity when carbon is used, but off-gassing likely.

Air Shield


19 lbs



Carbon, UV,

PCO, Ion

Uses many different stages of filtration.  Relies on carbon for odor mitigation.

HEPA – HEPA filters remove particulates 0.3 microns and larger through mechanical (sizebased) filtration.  This includes dust, many allergens, pollen, pet dander, etc.  HEPA filters do not capture or destroy chemical odors that can pass right through the filter.  Typically made from fiberglass.

Activated Carbon – a high surface area material that can absorb some chemicals and odors through physical-absorption (not a chemical process).  The absorption of the chemicals and odors, however, is typically reversible and the compounds can off-gas from the carbon media.  To make the process destructive, harsh chemicals are sometimes added (these materials are often called doped carbons).  This process can yield carbon materials with some neutralization ability, but they often have strong or potent odors of their own.  Made from charcoal (and other chemicals for doping purposes).

UV – Ultraviolet light.  UV light is a broad spectrum of light in which select ranges are germicidal (UVC).  With long enough dosage of UVC light, various organisms can be inactivated or killed.  Many air purifiers that use UVC light often have limited dosage or time exposure as the air passes through the UVC light too quickly.    UV light alone does nothing to the particulate matter that may pass through it.  It has to be combined with the particulate removal process such as filters to have any removal efficacy.

Negative Ion – The use of electrostatically charged plates to produce negatively charged gas ions that particulate matter sticks to in an effect like static electricity.  These are often used in mechanical filtration, but some devices emit charged particles to the atmosphere to aggregate smaller particles to get them to fall out of the air.

Ozone – is an oxidizing gas (O3).  It can be produced in varying concentrations by devices and generators.  Ozone generators produce harmful levels of the gas that can oxidize a variety of chemicals and odors, however, the reaction byproducts are left in the environment.  Ozone does not work against particulates, and when used, should only be used in unoccupied spaces by trained professionals.

EnviroKlenz®  - Molekule Comparison






Enviroklenz® mobile air system




19” – 483 mm



15” – 380 mm



15” – 380 mm



38 lbs – 17.3 Kg


Aluminum cabinet

Metal cabinet

Power supply


115V/60Hz / 1 amp

Power – on highest setting

85 Watts

114 Watts (approximately same power per treatment area)

Air volume

100 CFM (estimated)

250 CFM (high speed)

Noise level

55 dBA on high

70 dBA on high



> 3.0 microns

Chemical and Odor Technology

Photo Electrochemical Oxidation

Uses proprietary and patented technology for toxic and noxious chemical neutralization

HEPA filter

No HEPA Filtration

Yes; Removes 99.99% > 0.3 μm

UV zone


N/A.  HEPA filter is used to capture microorganisms, spores, dust, pollen, and other particulate matter 0.3 micros and bigger.

UV dosage



Typical Square Feet Coverage


750 (7,500 cubic feet)

Air Exchanges Per Hour


2.0 (based on 7,500 cubic foot area)

EnviroKlenz® Advantage

EnviroKlenz® products have proven to be highly efficient “adsorptive neutralizers” for chemicals making them not only competitively advantageous but very attractive in multiple chemical sensitive situations.

  • The EnviroKlenz® system utilizes advanced, patented technology to neutralize a variety of toxic and noxious chemicals and odors. This is done through a 2 stage filtration process that combines traditional particulate removal (including HEPA filtration) with the EnviroKlenz® cartridge to accomplish what traditional filtration cannot do alone.
    • The MoleKule also use photocatalytic oxidation which would work okay against strict hydrocarbons, but would not help against inorganic, or organic molecules with halogen, sulfur, phosphorous, etc.
  • EnviroKlenz® offers HEPA filtration capabilities.
    • The MoleKule only offers prefilter level filtration and it would not do anything to inorganic particles as they would not be oxidized like the organic compounds.
  • The MoleKule is lighter, but that is because it utilizes mostly plastic and aluminum construction.
  • Neither system uses UV lights, but the MoleKule does release chemicals and byproducts as it is working on photocatalytic principles.
    • EnviroKlenz® has the belief that you should not intentionally be releasing chemicals or fragrances to the environment.
  • The MoleKule treats a smaller area and processes the air less frequently (lower CFM rating).

Device type

particulate removal

hepa filtration

v0c reduction

released chemical byproducts