I'm having a new AC system installed and would like to add a bipolar ionizer to help with indoor air quality. Most of the products i see create and disperse "plasma" throughout the house so i'm naturally concerned about the effects on the water chemistry and organisms inside the tank (i do not have a lid on my tank).
I'm specifically looking at the GPS IClean which states it creates ions that are found naturally in nature and that they break down gases with electron-volt potential numbers below 12 to harmless compounds prevalent in the atmosphere such as oxygen, nitrogen, water vapor and carbon dioxide. This seems harmless enough....
Does anyone have any experience with these types of devices or know if they are fish tank friendly?