CASPR Technologies utilizes a proprietary Natural Catalytic Converter (NCC). The NCC includes a multi-wavelength bulb and coated mixed metal matrix which work together with your ambient air to turn hydrogen and oxygen molecules into low but stable levels of Hydrogen Peroxide. CASPR requires a minimum of 5% humidity and airflow to generate these molecules. If you turn off your HVAC, the CASPR INDUCT units will remain on but unable to produce any molecules. We recommend turning it back on a few hours before the space is occupied again to ensure the molecules have enough time to be generated and circulated.