AiroCide

It works up there in Space

The patented AiroCide technology (developed by NASA), destroys airborne mold, fungi, food allergens, bacteria, unpleasant odors, viruses, and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s). Useful for places where large groups gather such as airports, public transport areas, hypermarkets, schools & universities, public places, hotels, hospitals, floral industry, fresh vegetable and villas & flats.

And it works down here

airocide1The technology is based on revolutionary research from NASA, University of Wisconsin (UW), and Wisconsin Center for Space Automation and Robotics (WCSAR), developed originally for the NASA space program. AiroCide Air Sanitizing systems use patented technology that kills more than 99.99% of airborne pathogens that pass through its processor. Airocide is the only air treatment system that after killing the microorganism it comes in contact with completely mineralizes (destroys) them, converting them to carbon dioxide and water vapor.Airocide

Install this green technology from NASA and leave your competitors wondering how you keep your place looking so fresh and new. When it comes to eliminating mold, mildew, and unwanted odors the best defence is a good offense.

AiroCide for a Healthy Life

AirocideAiroCide® eliminates virtually all known airborne germs and diseases. The technology is so powerful; it even reduces the bio-burden within HEPA and laminar flow environments, which may lower the rate of hospital-acquired infections (HAIs). Your patients, whose lives are in the balance, need all the help they can get. Choose clinically proven, 99% effective Airocide®. Installation is a life or death decision.

Protect the newborn from what is airborne. AiroCide® eliminates the airborne pathogens you don’t want in your neonatal ward, much less in those precious new lungs.


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