Press Release Summary:
- Can be added to existing HVAC systems or utilized in room with portable and handheld units
- Reduces ongoing maintenance costs on the existing HVAC hardware
- Third party tested and FDA approved for use in small businesses and industrial work site
Original Press Release:
Easton Industrial Air Launches Steril-Aire Ultraviolet-C Air Purification Systems to Help Industries Get Back To Work
To combat the risks posed by aerosol transmitted diseases, Easton Air has introduced a product line that exterminates viruses, molds, and bacteria directly through an existing HVAC system.
Calgary, Alberta (PRWeb) December 21, 2020
Since 2002 Easton Air has been designing and distributing HVAC systems for some of the energy sector’s largest projects.
“In all our years of business we have never seen a disruption to the industry like we’re seeing now,” says Bill Easton, founder and president of Easton Air. “We can see employers and employees are both nervous right now about health and safety. We’ve been looking for a solution that can help our clients keep safe while continuing work and have been so impressed with the results of the Steril-Aire UVC systems.”
The Steril-Aire UVC technology has been third party tested and FDA approved for use in small businesses all the way up to industrial work sites. The Steril-Aire system can be added to existing HVAC systems, as well as utilized in room with portable and handheld units, to eliminate up to 99% of airborne contaminants, while reducing ongoing maintenance costs on the existing HVAC hardware.
Benefits of installing a Steril-Aire UVC system include
- Reduce airborne contaminants by up to 99%
- Fits into an existing HVAC system
- Seven times more powerful than the nearest competitor
- Third party researched and proven to be effective in the extermination of aerosol transmitted illnesses
“Work stoppages have been an ongoing issue over the past year. We’re excited to have found a solution that will help our industry, and province, get back to work while staying safe,” says Easton. “Health and safety have to be our number one priority and we are excited to be offering Steril-Aire UVC. We hope these systems are widely adopted to prevent the spread of pathogens, not just in the energy sector, but any indoor workplace.”