At Atlantic Air Cleaning Specialist Ltd, we offer an array of GPS products that help in indoor air purification. Better indoor air quality helps in avoiding the spread of disease. Our products and services are available to residential and commercial customers in the Atlantic provinces. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us.
GPS Clears the Air of Particles Faster
Particulate matter majorly includes pollutants, dust, allergens, mold, bacteria, and viruses. GPS products have the latest technology that constantly generates a high concentration of positively and negatively charged ions. These ions travel through the air continuously seeking out and attaching to particles. As they are larger by virtue of combination, they are more easily captured by the ventilation and filtration systems or become too heavy to remain suspended in the air.
GPS Inactivates Pathogens
When ions and pathogens come in contact with each other, they steal away hydrogen from the pathogens, reducing the infectivity of the virus.
GPS Is Safe
We use a needlepoint bipolar ionization technique that is ozone-free and safe to use across commercial, industrial, and residential buildings. Traditional bipolar ionization systems produce harmful ozone as a by-product.
A petri dish containing a pathogen is placed underneath a laboratory hood. It is then monitored to assess the pathogen’s reactivity to NPBI over time. The controlled environment during this procedure allows for comparison across different types of pathogens.
Counts of airborne pathogens are taken before and after aerosolizing them into a sealed, unoccupied laboratory environmental room installed with NBPI technology. The larger space more closely resembles a real-world environment.
Measurements at actual customer locations can be compared in rooms with and without NPBI or the same room before vs. after NPBI. Measurement variables and test criteria are determined by the customer. Pathogen findings usually occur as part of the customers’ normal course of business. They are not introduced specifically for testing purposes.