Companies Must Maximize Quality & Safety Without Increasing Costs
Indoor air quality provides several challenges for farmers, growers, food manufacturers & drink makers:
Freshness: In flower, fruit and vegetable cultivation and processing, maintaining optimum freshness at every stage from growth to reaching markets is vital to achieving the best price. In controlled spaces the build-up of the naturally-occurring ripening agent ethylene shortens product lifespan dramatically.
Purity: Other airborne contaminants like mold can attack plant produce & by-products such as wine & oils, speeding up ageing &, even at low levels, destroying taste.
Contaminants affect this. Take ammonia gas for example in pig and chicken farms. Increased levels will reduce animal weight gain or cause infection.
The Problem Solved
ReSPR stands out for its ability to attack gases and bacterial threats proactively throughout the whole plant & animal production chain. It uses up to 5 natural processes to actively recreate fresh, outdoor air conditions in a safe, sustainable way. has been proven to be more effective than chemical or similar purification solutions at reducing microorganism concentrations in the air & on surfaces. It uses two types of ionization to reduce particles, UV light and a catalyst to create oxygen and hydrogen-based friendly oxidizers to reduce microbial contaminants and reduce odors. No-one does it like ReSPR does.