Indoor air quality has always been important but the pandemic has made it a more pressing concern for many. Transmission risk is higher indoors than it is outdoors. This makes it difficult for people to gather in groups and for businesses to operate as they normally would. Fortunately, technologies have been develop to reduce risk. ActivePure air scrubber technology traces its origins to a NASA project in the 1990s. This was improved to ensure effectiveness without the use of ozone which is now classified as a pollutant. The nature-inspired process is now a Certified Space Technology.
Destroys 99.99% of Pathogens
Viruses and bacteria can make people sick particularly with frequent exposure. People can clean surfaces to reduce these in the environment but it will not do much for airborne pathogens. Air scrubbers are often used to kill these with varying results. An ActivePure air scrubber is able to provide 99.99% effectiveness based on lab tests. This is one of the highest rates achieved by this type of equipment. According to the manufacturer, this is able to destroy the virus that causes COVID-19. That is great news for people who are looking for a viable solution to the problem. The technology can also eliminate odors and volatile organic compounds.
FDA Cleared for Safety
The FDA has cleared this system for continuous use as a medical device. The non-toxic process makes it a great option for hospitals that need active air cleaning in vital spaces such as operating rooms and acute care rooms. They can reduce the risk of infection for vulnerable patients. Options are available for both large and small spaces. Some are even portable so people can move these around to wherever they may be needed the most. Industry leaders have been using the technology with excellent results.
Used in Homes and Businesses
The same technology used in hospitals can now be used in homes, businesses, schools, and public spaces. It is safe for both people and pets. This can help hasten the reopening of businesses by making customers and employees feel safer. For example, patrons can go back to their favorite restaurants to wine and dine like they used to. Factory workers can focus on their jobs with greater confidence about being in a healthier environment. Communities can gather again after a long time. Schools can open for in-person classes to bring life into campuses. Homeowners who would like to protect the vulnerable individuals in the family can use this as well.