Clearing the Air – NASA Technology Eliminates 99.9% of COVID From Air and Surfaces Within Three Minutes
As seen on ABC News, CNBC, and in the Washington Post, this new NASA technology protects the lives of those you care about with air you can trust. ActivePure Technology is scientifically proven to eliminate over 99.9% of airborne SARS-CoV-2 (which causes the COVID-19 disease) within three minutes.
ActivePure’s Air & Surface Pro allows employees, patients, customers, teachers, students, and seniors to be protected and to feel safe again.
Testing of the ActivePure Technology was conducted by one of the world’s top biosafety testing facilities, the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB), which primarily tests for the U.S. military and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
“These results demonstrate the effectiveness of the technology in a laboratory setting,” said Dr. William S. Lawrence, PhD, director of the Aerobiology Services Division at UTMB’s Galveston National Laboratory.
ActivePure Technologies foresees widespread use of the technology to reduce the amount of SARS-CoV-2 virus present in the air and on hard surfaces in commercial, residential, and medical settings.
ActivePure Technology was used by the Pentagon after 9/11 to clean the toxicity and protect all personnel. Its latest generation of technology was introduced in April of 2020, which just happened to coincide with the heightened spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S.
“ActivePure Technology enables us to go on the offense against airborne coronavirus with real-time elimination of viral particles so we can reclaim spaces – the gyms, restaurants, diners, theaters, beauty salons and barber shops – that are near and dear to our hearts,” said Joe Urso, Chairman/CEO of ActivePure Technologies, LLC. “Unlike conventional passive filtration-based air purifiers, ActivePure works immediately and does not require capture or exposure time. It rapidly and continuously fills a room with virus-neutralizing particles that instantly break viruses down to the component parts, rendering them harmless.”
ActivePure surrounds a person with protective virus-inactivating air,” Urso added, “which is especially important in a medical setting. I think of it as a form of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).”
The Cleveland Clinic is conducting a two-year study with ActivePure units in its operating rooms to see if the technology can reduce surgical site infections. Daniel Sessler, M.D., chair of outcomes research, said, “The Cleveland Clinic continuously adapts practices to ensure we are providing the safest care for our patients.”
“In this deadly pandemic,” Urso added, “people must have air they can trust.”