Founded in 1998 in Hong Kong, the initial Oxyvital team discovered and subsequently co-developed a medical grade technology originating out of Germany to purify indoor air to the highest international standards established by World Health Organisation.

In the early years, lots of time and resources were spent on understanding the complexities of poor Indoor Air Quality in built environments and its impact on human health – at the time a rather pioneering topic.

Environmental doctors, chartered builders as well as medical equipment specialists from Germany and the UK researched and worked together.

Regular meetings in Hong Kong were scheduled for symposiums with the construction or HVAC industry, or simply to carry out in-situ indoor air experiments and testing.

Oxyvital quickly earned a reputation for high performance, technological innovation and premium medical quality in the air purification industry.

Due to excellent independent test results of Oxyvital’s ZeoSieve technology, Hong Kong Government as well as Hong Kong University of Science and Technology co-operated with Oxyvital and supported live testing and accreditation procedures.

During all that time, Hong Kong proved to be an ideal testing ground for Indoor Air Quality Control – simply by being a unique, artificial, high-density urban habitat with elevated levels of air pollution.

As of 2010, Oxyvital’s ZeoSieve Technology is patented globally and the company is pursuing a gradual roll-out into both commercial and consumer markets.