Feasibility

RainIons has undergone a scientific evaluation from the University of California, Riverside (UCR) and two feasibility studies. The first for the Atmospheric Negative Ionizer patent, and the second for the automotive muffler-tailpipe use case.​

These studies show our technology could reduce airborne pollutants and GHG by up to 99%, including Particulate Matter 2.5 and smaller and Carbon Dioxide; creating a long-lasting ecological, human, and economic impact.

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In addition to using water to capture/trap Carbon Dioxide (CO2), negative ions can also trap CO2.