Crown Laboratory Developing Breathing Haze Catcher
Crown Laboratory, a subsidiary of Crown Marketing, announced Thursday the development of its new product, the breathing haze catcher.
Haze poses several health related issues and can be hazardous, especially to the elderly and children, says Director Kurt Wu. Furthermore, if the Air Pollution Index exceeds 300 ppm, people with underlying diseases such as asthma and heart attack can develop complications.
The device, which contains high ion density and low energy dispersion, exhibits soft ionization without fragmentation, meaning that no filter is required, the Los Angeles, Calif., devicemaker claims.
The company says the product can also protect against against harmful aerosols, viruses, bacteria, pollen, spores, smoke particles, mold, dust mites, dust, allergens, kitchen smoke, pet dander odor and other environmental pollutants.
A patent for the breathing haze catcher is pending. — Jason Scott