The Bipolar Ionization process produces a large amounts of charged ions that attach to, and deactivate harmful substances like bacteria, mould, allergens, viruses and VOCs including formaldehyde. The ions produce a chemical reaction on the cell membrane surface that inactivates the virus. It can reduce up to 95% of microbes in minutes. It is an Active Process that provides continuous disinfection. The ions also attach to expelled droplets and dust particles that can transport viruses, enlarging them in a process called agglomeration, which makes them easier to be caught in the filters, or fall out of the breathing area onto the ground. Bipolar ionisation has already been proven as effective against various influenza strains as well as norovirus, SARs and other corona virus like H1N1 and COVID 19.