Kansas company, American Water Purification Inc. says its new, high-tech product eliminates viruses and bacteria – from any building. Businesses are able to offer safer environments with Ozone technology.
ViroSafe’ sanitizes the air and all surfaces using proven technology requiring no chemicals with lingering residuals or personnel needed for fogging or other surface treatments.
– Dan Gates, President
“ViroSafe sanitizes the air and all surfaces using proven technology requiring no chemicals with lingering residuals or personnel needed for fogging or other surface treatments,” said Dan Gates, President.
The technology that powers the ViroSafe Protection system is based on decades of science-backed evidence. It works by emitting ozone into the facility. The ozone eliminates air and exposed surface viruses, and bacteria. It even permeates where UV light and fogging systems cannot reach. In less than three hours, all viruses and bacteria are dead. With the HVAC fan on, air ducts and plenum are even sanitized! We’ve not seen this in any products on the market today.
Proof of the system working is done through an iMonnit app or web link. The data shows the current Ozone levels and historical data of operation to be sure the facility is coronavirus free.
“Ozone has been used for decades to kill bacteria, fungi and molds,” said Gates. “We’ve taken this science and created a product that works safely during non-business hours to sanitize the air and all surfaces inside the space. By emitting ozone into every area of the room it kills viruses, bacteria, contaminants and other germs.”
According to American Water Purification; Ozone has proven better at disinfecting buildings than chemicals. Not all cleaning products kill viruses like ozone does. Plus, it is easy for a cleaning professional to unintentionally miss surface areas. With ozone, the air goes everywhere, and there are not any harsh ingredients that may carry health risks themselves.
“As buildings begin to reopen after the COVID-19 shutdown, people need to feel safe when they venture out, and businesses must meet state and federal requirements,” said Gates.
Source: American Water Purification Inc.