A new Japanese technology for prevention of airborne infections, by using triple power of chlorine dioxide.
How does Air Doctor Act? Air doctor has two main component, Sodium chloride Natural Zeolite. Once opened the internal chemical reactions proceeds and chlorine dioxide gas is emitted then diffused into the surrounded air. The triple power action.

Through Chlorine Dioxide gas triple power efficacy;
A-Chlorine dioxide (CD) reacts with cell wall of the microbial organism resulting in a high oxidation which can break up the cell wall and allowing (CD) to penetrate the microbial cell.
B-Chlorine dioxide (CD) breaks the Sulphide bond linking amino acids of proteins that causes denaturation of bacterial cell proteins and thus stops reproduction and microbial growth.
C-Chlorine dioxide (CD) causes denaturation of (RNA) genetic code of microbes to prevent any kind of microbial resistance.

No, Air Doctor has a very low concentration of Chlorine Dioxide gas 0.03 PMM (three parts per millions) which diffused in the surrounded air with no direct contact with skin and this low concentration when inhaled by Air Doctor user dissociated into Cl and O2 which utilized by our bodies to maintain HCl inside stomach or used by the nerves system.

Because Air Doctor Releasing A very low Concentration of chlorine dioxide gas (0.03 PMM) and this concentration is approved by FDA, WHO, and EPA and there is no side effects.

No, Air Doctor doesn’t treat asthmatic patient and short breathing. Air Doctor helps those patients through prevention of thing that might cause respiratory irritation for them but you should take in consideration the severity of asthmatic case. If it is severe case, you should stop using Air Doctor.

No, Air Doctor Doesn’t affected by high temperature it can be used between (50 C) and ( -11 C).

Yes, you can hang it inside your car but you should stop that during summer’s hot days because sun rays will cause shrinking in Air Doctor pack so openings of Air Doctor will be closed. There is no any effected for the closed Area on Air Doctor.

Air Doctor pack is made of aluminum foil with isolated layer to protect pack to react with internal components of Air Doctor.

Air Doctor pack is made of aluminum foil with isolated layer to protect pack to react with internal components of Air Doctor.

The eCommerce Process

eCommerce is everything that involves buying, selling, and making transactions online. The “e” in “eCommerce” is just like the “e” in “email.” It’s a prefix meaning “electronic” to represent the internet version of an offline concept. eCommerce transactions are performed through specialized websites that can take payment for products.

In the past couple of decades, eCommerce has seen such exponential growth that it’s truly changed the nature of business. Millions of people shop online every day, with a significant portion making purchases more than once a week. This has led to lucrative business opportunities that didn’t exist in the pre-internet days. Businesses are no longer limited to customers in their immediate areas — instead, every eCommerce store has the potential to reach millions.

The eCommerce process flow describes all the steps and functionality that makes an eCommerce website work. In many ways, eCommerce works similarly to brick-and-mortar stores, except online. There’s what the customer sees, and other areas that are only for employees.

Employee-only areas in eCommerce are like the management office and the space behind the registers in a brick-and-mortar store, with the difference being that they exist on a computer instead of a physical space. Likewise, the customer-facing areas are similar to the sales floor, aisles, signage, and other typical retail features, only on a website instead of inside a building.

In software, including the software that runs eCommerce websites, these two areas are described as the backend and the frontend.

A “typical” B2C shopping workflow involves a number of interactions between a visitor on the website, EPiServer Commerce, and any integrated external system.. Depending on how the system is set up, the shopping workflow can be fully automated so that it requires little manual attention. However, a purchase order can always be monitored, accessed and handled manually from the Orders system if needed.

In this example, a customer does not need to register on the site in order to buy. The order process actually starts as soon as the visitor selects a product and adds it to a shopping cart. A cart (basket) will be created and saved in the system, and can be viewed in Orders under “Carts”. If the customer does not complete the checkout procedure, the cart will remain in the system for a specified time.

When the customer returns to the website, the cart will be “remembered” and made available for continued shopping. Already in this early step the system will perform an inventory and pricing check, to look for availability in the warehouse, as well as discounts for selected products in the cart. This will be updated if and when the customer returns to the cart at a later stage.

When the customer decides to complete the purchase and chose to “proceed to checkout”, the first step of the checkout procedure is initiated.

In the second step of the checkout procedure, the shipping and billing address information is added together with the preferred type of delivery (First class/Express etc). The address information can be entered manually by an “anonymous” customer, or automatically if the customer is logged in and has a registered user profile with address information. The system can also be set up so that it is possible to split shipments in different parts and to different addresses here.

In step three of the checkout procedure, the payment is added to the “purchase order to be”. The system will calculate the total sum including the purchase amount and the shipping fee. In this step the customer selects a payment method, for instance by credit card or PayPal. The payment will be registered and verified. This may happen instantly or after a certain specified time, depending on how the payment process is set up and the type of e-commerce solution (B2C or B2B). In this step it is also possible to split payments, if the system is configured for this.

When the order is created the order processing starts. This consists of steps to check the warehouse and inventory status for the products in the order, and for creating the actual shipment. Depending on the inventory status for the products, the order may be split into more than one shipment.

when the shipment is verified, it will be released. The purchase order will now appear in Orders, under “Shipping/Receiving” and “Released for Shipping”.

This steps involves the addition of the shipping items to a picklist. The picklist is the list that the warehouse will use to create the physical shipping of the products in the order. This step will also produce a packing slip, which is the paper slip that will be attached to the physical package to be shipped.

When the picklists with the different orders and their respective packing slips have been created, the order will be set to completed. In the system this involves the creation of a shipment validation number which is associated with tracking number. The tracking number can be entered manually or automatically, if such an integration exists. The tracking number connects the physical package with the shipping provider for the delivery, and is used for tracking the package on its way to the delivery address. The purchase order will now appear in Orders under “Purchase Orders” again, with status “Completed”.

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