GPS Air | Improving Indoor Air Quality

GPS Air - Needlepoint Bipolar Ionisation Technology

Particles like dust, dander, smoke and even viruses and bacteria all can be suspended in the air we breathe, even when you don’t see them.

GPS patented needlepoint bipolar ionisation technology creates and releases ions into the airstream using your existing HVAC system as the delivery method. When these ions disperse throughout a space, they seek out and form bonds with particles in the air through a process called agglomeration. This creates a snowball effect in which particles begin to cluster together. The larger a cluster of particles becomes, the easier it is for your system to filter it out of the air.


GPS NPBI technology works to improve the air inside industrial, commercial and residential buildings. It can be installed in most any HVAC system or building type.

GPS’ technology has been designed and approved to operate in commercial and private aircraft. Aviation applications require passing the stringent RTCA DO-160 test proving the technology does not generate EMF, line noise or interfere with the avionics in any way. GPS’ technology is used in many healthcare applications and will not cause interference with imaging equipment.

• Healthcare
• Schools & Universities
• Manufacturing
• Office Buildings
• Airports
• Food Service
• Fitness
• Arenas & Stadiums
• Hospitality
• Worship



An ion is a molecule or atom that is positively or negatively charged, meaning it must either gain or relinquish electrons in order to become neutral.


Naturally occurring ions are everywhere outdoors, and they are constantly working to clean the air. Ions are created with energy from rushing water, crashing waves and even sunlight. GPS NPBI technology generates ions without producing ozone or other harmful byproducts, so you can freshen the air indoors.

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