Ion Antenna, as used in the Triad Aer V3
Ionization Needle Produces Negative Ions
Think of the Ion Antenna as the conduct to an orchestrator. The Ion Antenna sends out a pulse of ions that act like a net that can speed up the process of attaching very small particles even as small as .001 microns.
This vibration net causes the smaller particles to speed up their attraction to the hydroxyl molecules created by the PCO cell as well as the scalable ozone and negative ions.
Thus it acts as the conductor bringing all of our technologies to work together quickly orchestrating the cleanest indoor environment. This pulse of ions can even turn positive ions into negative. See why negative ions are important > NEGATIVE IONS