The reasons why the b-MOLA Air Purifier is essential.

An Air Purifier that TRULY Solves Allergens, Odors, Formaldehyde, Viruses & Bacteria FOUR major air problems at ONE time!

You suffer from allergies

Airborne allergies are not solely triggered by particles such as dust, pollen, and dander, but also by chemicals present in cleaning products, flooring, and furniture. To effectively eliminate 99.97% of both airborne particles and harmful chemicals, an air purifier equipped with substantial amounts of activated carbon and HEPA filtration is necessary.

Airborne Pollutants

The uncertainty lies in the long-term impact of airborne pollutants, much like the case of cigarettes, lead, and arsenic. Government regulators have been sluggish in acknowledging the extensive consequences of airborne chemicals. Surprisingly, only 25% of the 82,000 chemicals utilized in the United States have undergone testing to assess their effects on human health. Consequently, an air purifier is now of equal importance to maintaining a healthy diet and clean water for a healthier way of life.

You're a less than perfect housekeeper

It is crucial to take measures to prevent early chemical exposure. A growing number of researchers suggest that diseases unfold gradually within the body and can take years to develop from the initial stages. Consequently, if a fetus or newborn is exposed to a carcinogenic substance during early stages, there is a higher likelihood of developing a disease later in life simply due to the extended duration available for its progression.

NCCO Technology


The NCCO reactor combined with active oxygen generator to trap and expedite the decomposition of
formaldehyde and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and other harmful gaseous pollutants and release harmless water vapour and carbon dioxide. Because the pollutants are completely decomposed, the NCCO reactor is continuously regenerated and helps to extend the life cycle. Thus, it attains high efficiency of air purification.

Activated Carbon
Negative ions

Frequent Questions About b-MOLA

1) NCCO air purification technology can decompose pollutants into harmless water and carbon dioxide. It is not pure filtering and no saturation problems. It can kill bacteria and viruses and decompose harmful substances such as formaldehyde and no secondary pollution problems.

2) Since the filter does not accumulate pollutants, it has a long life span and the laboratory testing proves that it can used for 12 years and no need to change the filter.

Activated carbon filter needs to be replaced at least 4 times per year and the comparison shows that NCCO save more money.

Active oxygen is only a general term and it has many chemical substances, such as oxygen ions, peroxides…etc. In the Nature like thunder and lightning also produce active oxygen. High concentration of active oxygen can affect
the health of human body, but NCCO air purifier puts the fan behind the active oxygen generator and NCCO reactor, therefore the active oxygen is sucked into the NCCO reactor to accelerate the decomposition of harmful pollutants into harmless water vapour and carbon oxide. It can kill bacteria and viruses without releasing harmful substances.

The air purifier cannot remove the mold adhered to the wall. It can only be wiped off. NCCO reactor can be effectively remove the mold in the air.

The NCCO reactor can be used continuously in the laboratory environment. If it is used improperly and the NCCO reactor has been covered by dust and oily substances, it should be replaced immediately.

Hydrophilic HEPA has strong adsorption capability for volatile organic compounds such as formaldehyde and it can filter fine dust particles as small as 0.3 microns (PM0.3) up to 99.95%. Medical grade HEPA is suitable for the treatment of airborne particles and allergens such as PM2.5 and PM0.3 up to 99.9%. Effectively improve nasal allergies, allergic rhinitis, asthma and can filter the airborne particles.

During the purification process, active oxygen will only decompose pollutants
inside the air purifier and it will not harm human health.

There are still many unknown bacteria and viruses in the air. No product can fully claim 100% removal of bacteria and viruses

Primary filter: long-term use, regular cleaning Electrostatic filter: 3-6 months High

Efficiency filter: 9-12 months

*NCCO Reactor: It can be used for a long time under normal maintenance *If the electrostatic filter or HEPA filter is not regularly replaced or being damaged, the surface of the NCCO reactor will be covered by dust/oily substances, which may reduce the effectiveness and causing the NCCO reactor need to be replaced.

The electrostatic filter, HEPA filter, NCCO reactor made of composite materials. After washing them, it will seriously affect the purification effect. The primary filter can be washed regularly.

When turn on the air purifier first time, the transition metal reacts with pollutants causing the temperature to rise and blow out hot air. The NCCO reactor has zeolite and will release some odour.

Pre-filter | Static Filter | Active Oxygen Generator + HEPA Filter | NCCO Reactor Multiple filtrations - brings you fresh and clean air

*NCCO technology has been tested by the Representative Machine (BM300) and has been confirmed to be effective in killing up to 99.99% of the new crown virus.
^Commissioned a third-party laboratory to test and tested for the removal of human coronavirus, influenza virus and bacteria from selected air purifiers according to the 2002 edition of the Technical Standard For Disinfection -2.1.3 and GB-21551.3-2010, the results may vary depending on the situation.
#Tested by Arcon laboratory, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as acetaldehyde, acetone, benzene and acetic acid are discharged into a 1000L test box, and the selected model of air purifier is tested for removing volatile organic compounds. Results may vary from situation to situation.
△ Leung. Amy, and Ezra Kwok, “Evaluation of the Nano-Confined Catalytic Oxidation Technology for Air Purification and Odor Reduction. * Advanced Materials Research, Vol, 550, 2012, University of British Columbia.

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