The SteriSpace™ technology is the most effective way to sterilize air and provides next-level air sterilization for a variety of applications. SteriSpace units can range in size to treat air in spaces from hundreds to thousands of square feet.
The technology can eliminate biological and chemical contaminants from any size room or area by compressive heating of large volume air flows. Testing by the U.S. Department of Defense and other independent agencies conclude that the SteriSpace™ technology doesn’t merely capture contaminants but destroys greater than 99.9999% of hardy biological contaminants including: viruses, vegetative bacteria and bacterial spores. Adding an optional chemical catalyst to the SteriSpace™ system can further eliminate select chemical compounds, environmental pollutants, and organic particles, including: nitrogen dioxide (NO2), carbon monoxide (CO), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). The addition of a particle filter allows removal of fine (PM10) and ultra-fine (PM 2.5) particulate matter as well.
The units can be integrated into an air handling system (HVAC) or be placed as a standalone unit with ducting directed to the space.
The quality of the air we breathe during daily travel plays a huge role in our short- and long-term well-being and quality of life. On public transportation, the air in the common space shared by commuters can act as a medium for disease transmission and pollution exposure. Some transportation spaces are more challenging to ventilate with pure air than others, particularly: subway settings and aircraft. Recirculating the internal air via the SteriSpace™ technology can substantially improve air quality, reduce the spread of airborne pathogens (especially during flu season) and reduce gaseous pollutants, VOCs, organic particles and fumes from motor exhaust.
Healthcare facilities have a wide range of critical areas wherein the quality of the internal air is paramount. The SteriSpace™ technology can provide next-level air protection in a variety of medical settings. Positive pressure can be maintained within a room to protect patients in surgery, immune-compromised patients, or those with respiratory diseases. Negative pressure can be maintained to prevent the outside environment from contamination from an infected patient inside the room. SteriSpace™, with its scalable and customizable design, can provide an innovative solution to minimize contamination and solve the air quality challenges faced by healthcare facilities.
Industrial and manufacturing processes can often create a high level of gaseous and particulate waste. As a result, indoor air quality is a frequent concern of unions, workers, management, and owners. Many manufacturing processes involve the use of gasses and/or solvents that release harmful fumes into the air, possibly placing workers at risk for respiratory problems. The SteriSpace™ technology could help mitigate this risk in manufacturing areas by providing a way to safely remediate the contaminated indoor air. Further, SteriSpace™ can also reduce environmental pollution by treating the exhaust from diesel generators.
Clean indoor air plays an important part in our short- and long-term well-being and quality of life. Clean air leads to healthier and happier employees and students, resulting in higher productivity, reduced sick time and absenteeism, an allergy-friendly environment, and increased energy savings (heat energy produced by the unit can even be redirected to the interior space to defray heating costs in the cold winter months). The SteriSpace™ technology can be integrated into HVAC systems of corporate or other office buildings, schools, etc.
Odors and other airborne contaminants from agricultural operations affect the quality of air within the facilities, as well as the communities surrounding them. The by-products from dense populations of livestock include noxious gaseous contaminants such as: VOCs, ammonia, and methane. The SteriSpace™ technology canprofoundly reduce the concentration of these contaminants in the air of closed buildings, hence reducing their effects on agricultural workers and the environment, while also improving relations with the community surrounding the facilities.
Explore the potential applications
|Operating rooms/ Surgical Units|
|Neonatal intensive care units|
|Hospital isolation rooms for infectious disease patients|
|Hospital rooms for protection of immunocompromised patients|
|Outpatient surgical units|
|Paint application areas|
|Diesel-operated power generation|
|Product packaging centers|
|Construction materials manufacturing|
|Food additive manufacturing|
|Post-etching or sand-blasting air treatment|
|Naval transport (ships, aircraft carriers, etc.)|
|Diesel field generator use|
|Relief shelters, temporary bases, emergency shelters, etc.|
|Temporary emergency response shelters|
|Disaster relief shelters|
|Forward-based medical facilities|
|Temporary emergency command and control centers|
|Emergency shelters for isolation of infectious disease patients|
|Manufacture site of sterile and non-sterile medicinal products|
|Air quality protection for testing laboratories and storage|
|Academic research and educational laboratories|
|Air quality protection for manufacture- or laboratory-adjacent work spaces|
|Maintenance of air pressure differences between designated areas|
|Grow houses and processing rooms for medical marijuana to mitigate contaminants and odors|
|Meat and poultry processing plants to remove nano-particle waste exposure|
|Manure treatment plants for removal of ammonia|
– Integrated into HVAC System – Stand-alone unit – Can be integrated into the HVAC system or kept as a standalone unit