PCO is a Space Technology Based on Research by NASA
The ReSPR is known for using technologies derived from space programs, and for adapting these technologies to everyday uses.
The result is the most effective technology ever developed for air purification and the reduction of contaminants present in the air and on hard surfaces.
PCO technology is based on a variation of the technology originally developed by NASA researchers for use on board the International Space Station.
Our technology is recognized as Space Technology

ReSPR's NCC (Natural Catalytic Convertion and Ionization) technology sanitizes environments and surfaces, from bacteria, corona virus, VOC, reduces smoke, odors, pathogenic microorganisms such as dust mites. When the rich air of the oxidizing plasma generated with NCC technology reaches the internal surfaces, it continues to work constantly ensuring the cleaning programs much after the evaporation of detergents and disinfectants. The same processes take place inside the ducts, on tables and counters, on the bathroom tiles, on the door handles, and on almost all the surfaces that can be touched, helping to create and maintain a healthier environment and a more complete cleaning regime.

RePSR uses ionizing catalytic radiation (NCC) technology to recreate a natural process. The ultraviolet light generated by a UV lamp radiates a honeycomb surface coated with an alloy in which the nanostructured Titano dioxide prevails and generates a photocatalytic effect: the water vapor present in the air, in contact or close to surface, is transformed into a strongly oxidizing plasma whose main components are hydrogen peroxide (hydrogen peroxide) and hydroxyl radicals.

How does it work?
On a scientific level: NCC technology uses oxygen and moisture in the air, transforming them into powerful cleaning oxidants that kill any pathogen that comes into contact with them. To achieve this effect, a natural photo-catalytic reaction, called heterogeneous photo-catalysis, is exploited. The heterogeneous photo-catalysis is a process based on the direct or indirect absorption of visible or ultraviolet light from a solid called photo-catalyst, typically a broadband semiconductor. In this activation process, electrons are generated that can migrate from the surface of the catalyst. In the solid surface, also called solid-gas solid-liquid interface, such reactions can lead to the degradation of pollutants without the catalyst undergoing chemical modifications.

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