Bipolar Ionization and Germs Study shows that viruses may be killed with bipolar ionization. The ionizer gets rid of viruses from the environment to prevent the spread of pathogens and lower subsequent outbreaks. When individuals cough or perhaps sneeze, they deliver viral droplets through the atmosphere. Moreover, when an infected individual contacts a surface the area becomes contaminated thus allowing viruses to spread.  An ionizer targets air-borne viruses and the droplets. Research suggests that ionizing air helps to prevent the…