Publications on fine particulate matter illustrate the tremendous risk it presents.
Fine particulate matter causes illness (WHO air quality guidelines for Europe 1996), shortens life expectancy (Peters et al. 2002, MIRA Study 2012) and can cause increases in sick days and illness in the work force (Hänninen and Knol 2011). Fine particulate dust can also damage the memories and brains of children (Suglia 2008, Brain and Cognition 68 2008), just to name a few examples.
Dust desribes all the particles in the air that are so small, that they float around for a while and then eventually settle on the floor. Fine dust remains suspended in the air for long periods time and comprises of ultra-fine particles, mere micrometres in size, which can be inhaled and transported to the lungs. Especially critical are the ultra-fine particles that can penetrate the blood, organs and even the brain.
Healthy indoor air is essential for our well-being.
According to studies, Central Europeans spend 80 to 90% of their time indoors. In normal conditions, the ion ratio is generall 3:1 or 2:1 in favor of positive ions. “Negative ion thieves”, such as electrical fields generated by modern electronics, household appliances, and wireless networks, can have many consequences and prevents dust from settling on the floor. These range from a vague feeling of being unwell to chronic symptoms and illnesses.
Memon can help reduce the amount of fine particulate dust indoors.
We inhale dust with every breath we take. This is reduced with help from memon, especially the fine dust particles that penetrate deep into the lungs. This memon technology achieves this by reducing the concentration of dust particles indoors by making them fall to the floor more quickly. Other positive effects include a reduction in airborne germs, odors and allergens. At home, at work, in the car and in any indoor environment.
Sample measurement with and without memon at a pharmacy in Klagenfurt in 2012:
Fewer particles < 10 μm that can get into the nose and throat
Fewer particles < 2.5 μm that can get into the bronchia of the lungs
Fewer particles < 1 μm that can penetrate deep into the lungs and the body
Good to know about fine particulate matter
Dust is also called particulate matter (PM).
Dust is measured by mass concentration (particle mass per volume of air) or number concentration (number of particles per volume of air). The total amount of dust in the air is divided into several dust fractions. The basis for the division is the size of the dust particles and their separation behaviour in the human respiratory system.
All particles smaller than 10 micrometres (µm = 1 thousandth of a millimetre) are known as PM10 or as “fine particulate matter”. This limit was chosen because all particles smaller than 10 micrometres are breathed in. Fine particulate matter consists of a rough fraction with particles from 2.5μm to 10μm, as well as a fine fraction of 2.5μm, also called PM2,5.
These pass through the nasopharyngeal cavity and the trachea and enter the bronchi. The fine fraction contains the “finest” 1μm (PM1)and the “ultrafine particles” 0.1μm (UFP). These particles penetrate into the pulmonary alveoli (and further!).
The smallest dust particles are difficult to filter or trap. That is where physics helps – namely, through the ionisation of breathable air.
This is very easy to explain: understandably, dust particles large than 10 micrometres sink more rapidly to the floor than those which are finer and lighter. It is these particles which are the most dangerous. Remaining airborne for a long time, they are continuously inhaled.
The memonizer adds more positive and negative ions into the air, causing the fine particles to clump together. The growing individual particles form larger clusters, become heavier and sink more rapidly to the floor.
In recent years, a number of scientific studies have been published that prove the negative effects of fine particulate matter on health.
The total amount of dust is not important for health, as the overall amount of dust includes many large particles that are not inhaled into the lungs.
It is fine particulate matter, with its fine and ultrafine particles, that matters for our health.
This dust causes a lot of long-term  and short-term  damage to our health, such as tumours or cardiovascular complaints.
memon products were developed to protect you from harmful environmental influences and to create a harmonious indoor climate.
The memonizerCOMBI is easy to install and works by “renaturing” the indoor climate of a building.
 Heinrich J., Grote V., Peters A. and Wichmann H.E. (2002): Health effects of fine particulate matter – epidemiology of long-term effects. Umweltmed Forsch Prax 7, 91-99.
 Peters A., Heinrich J. and Wichmann H.E. (2002): Health effects of fine particulate matter – epidemiology of short-term effects. Umweltmed Forsch Prax 7, 101-116.
How does the memonizercombi and memoriser water help with fine dust and drinkable water?
Although electrosmog and mobile phone radiation still exist, you are protected because their effects are neutralised. You enjoy a natural room climate once again, whilst retaining the functionality of your technology.
The negative information of low and high frequency fields are neutralised. What does that mean for you?
- The balance of ions in the air is renatured or rebalanced
- The breathable air has replaced and reduced fine particulate matter
- Tap water becomes renatured or restructured drinking water that is easy to drink, very similar to natural spring water
- The effects of geopathic disturbance zones are neutralised
The protective effect can be attained in apartments, houses, offices, business and factory premises, hotels, hospitals, care homes and buildings / rooms of all kinds.
The memon fine particulate matter effect always works. However, the strength of the effect is uniquely dependent on things such as room size, building materials, furnishings, environment, heating, activities, number of people in the room, etc. Our bespoke calculation will ensure you receive the right device for your needs.
Are you aware of the sources of interference in and around your direct living and working environment?
Following our customised needs analysis, you will be able to objectively evaluate the correlations between electrosmog, radiation pollution, air and water quality in relation to your wellbeing – and act on these by installing memon products.