The Technology to Power Natural Healing
 
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A patented Technology Platform enabling the direct delivery of Nitric Oxide

 

Why Thermal Plasma?

Plasma is ionized gas. Despite regularly being overlooked as a state of matter, it is estimated to account for 99% of observable matter in the universe.

In “cold” plasmas, only a small percentage of the molecules are ionized. Examples include neon lights and plasma balls.

In “thermal” plasmas, most or all of the molecules are ionized. Examples of Thermal Plasma include fire, lightning and the sun (a huge ball of ionized hydrogen and helium).

What makes Origin so special is our ability to leverage Thermal Plasma in the generation and delivery of high quantities of Nitric Oxide in-situ for use in a broad and exciting range of medical and commercial applications (45).

 
 
 
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Technology Part 1:

How we Generate Nitric Oxide

 
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IonoJet’s Arc Discharge Technology enables the production of Nitric Oxide from ambient air.

IonoJet’s Arc Discharge Technology enables the production of Nitric Oxide from ambient air.

Origin’s patented Arc Discharge Technologies enable the production of NO in excess of 500ppm, using only the Nitrogen and Oxygen present in ambient air. The reaction requires temperatures in excess of 4000ºC (45).

 
 
 
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Technology Part 2

Rapid Cooling of the Thermal Plasma Stream 

 
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The patented IonoJet™ system architecture employs an array of super-cooling technologies and safety control systems to take the 4000ºC NO production temperature to 45ºC at the surface of the skin (45).   CAUTION -- Investigational Device. Limited by Federal (or United States) Law to investigational use.

The patented IonoJet™ system architecture employs an array of super-cooling technologies and safety control systems to take the 4000ºC NO production temperature to 45ºC at the surface of the skin (45).

CAUTION -- Investigational Device. Limited by Federal (or United States) Law to investigational use.

The generation of NO at >4000ºC necessitated the development of a complex system architecture to bring the temperature of the therapeutic air stream down to safe levels.

The IonoJet™ system employs an array of super-cooling technologies and safety control systems to enable safe therapeutic application at temperatures in the range of 45ºC, while maintaining NO levels in excess of 500ppm (45).