Grignard Pure delivers what is called "continuous intervention," which simply means that the air treatment solution is constantly working to fight against the virus. The Grignard Pure solution is aerosolized and forms a vapor in the air that actually condenses on virus particles and permeates into it, disrupting the protein and membrane structure of the virus with its amphiphilic properties. What this simply means is that Grignard Pure can kill the virus as the pathogenic particles leave the person from talking, coughing, sneezing – significantly reducing what is the primary cause of infection.
This vapor may kill the viruses as they "leave the person", but what happens when this aerosolized vapor is inhaled, or comes into contact with our eyes or skin? Grignard Pure's active viricide ingredient is Triethylene Glycol (TEG). TEG's safety data sheet indicates it can be an eye, skin, and respiratory irritant. However, the EPA has approved its use under Section 18 of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA).
[Remember, the EPA has also approved glyphosate for use, and still approves it after it has been solidly proven as a cause of cancer, and Courts have ordered billions of dollars in compensation. Could this be another government blunder?]
Here's the full report; https://www.naturalblaze.com/2021/06/atmospheric-viricides-deployed-into-public-air-spaces-and-public-schools-is-this-epa-approved-air-safe.html