Indoor Air Quality - The Main Advantage - Guardian Air


The Main Advantage…


Guardian Air does not need the pollutants to travel the air handler for UV treatment or filtration. Guardian Air  is proactive and sends ionized aggressive advanced oxidizers into the room to destroy the pollutants at the source, in the air and on surfaces, before they can reach your family, clients or employees.




It is a normal reaction to question the long term safety of any product that is effective and uses new or “breakthrough” technology. This type of question has become common as our litigious society has taught us to question things that significantly outperform existing methods of Products.

The breakthrough in the RGF advanced oxidation technologies is a group of oxidants known as Hydroperoxides. Hydroperoxides have been a common part of our environment for over 3.5 billion years. Hydroperoxides are created in our atmosphere whenever three components are present: oxygen molecules, water vapor, and energy (electro magnetic). PHI has the ability to create hydroperoxides.

Ionized-Hydro-Peroxides are very effective at destroying harmful microbials in the air and on surfaces. As oxidants, they do this by either destroying the microbe through a process known as cell lysing or by changing the molecular structure and rendering it harmless (which is the case in VOC’s and odors). The amount of hydroperoxides required to accomplish this task in a conditioned space is well below the level that is constantly in our outside air. The Advanced Oxidation Technology found in RGF’s Guardian Air product family has brought the oxidants found in the outside air into the conditioned space of your home.

There is no known cause of hydroperoxides ever creating a health risk. Considereing we have been exposed to hydroperoxides in nature since the day man stepped on the planet, it is a reasonable assumption that hydroperoxides do not constitute  a  health risk. Over the past 20 plus years RGF has more than 1 million Advanced Oxidation products successfully used worldwide without a safety problem.



RGF first developed its Advanced Oxidation Technology over 20 years ago. Over 1 million RGF cells are in use around the world. RGF has licensed its technology to many Fortune 500 companies for use in the medical, food, military, residential, commercial, marine, hospitality and government, etc. RGF cells in various products have been tested and approved by:

-          UL, ETL, TUV, EPA & CSA

-          U.S. Military

-          Chinese Government

-          Japanese Government (TV Commercials)

-          Canadian Government

-          U.S. Government – GSA

-          European Union


In addition, RGF technology, because of its ability to kill bacteria and virus on surfaces and in the air, have been specified in the Norovirus/MRSA protection plan of America’s largest restaurant chains, hotel chains, theme parks, cruise lines, public schools and hospitals.


Test Results

Samples of university & independent lab tests and major corporation studies

-          Now tested on H1N1 Swine Flu with 99+% Kill

-          4-log reduction (99.99%) surface bacteria / virus Reduction.

-          Over 80% VOC reduction

-          78% of microbes in human sneeze killed at 3 feet.

-          97% airborne bacterial reduction.

-          99% reductions of Ecoli, Listeria, Strep and Bird Flu

-          85% odor reduction

-          97% airborne mold reduction

-          U.S. Military approved for mold protection in field hospitals.

-          Hospital approvals Infectious Diseases – U.S. and International 99% reduction of Staph (MRSA)

-          Major U.S. city school reports 20% reduction in absenteeism

-          Tested and approved by the Chinese Government for protection against the SARS virus.

-          Approved by the USDA, FSIS and FDA for use in food processing plants.

-          Fox News three-part indoor air series featured RGF and concluded substantial mold and bacteria reductions.

-          RGF’s technology has been featured on Fox, ABC, CBS and in Popular Science Magazine.