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Latest Information on Air Purification Technologies Effectiveness at Reducing Airborne Pathogens

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Dr. Hernandez presentation at

EPA conference regarding
airborne virus transmission
in schools, HEPA filtration and
circulation by using Portable

HEPA deployment
 

Below are several articles, research papers and results of testing new air purification techniques against pathogens.  Information and findings are currently changing daily, so we are working closely with our partners to stay abreast of the 

latest findings in the industry.

Papers
Use of True HEPA to Capture Airborne Pathogens 

David Christopherson1 , William C. Yao, MD2 , Mingming Lu, PhD3 , R. Vijayakumar, PhD4 5 , and Ahmad R. Sedaghat, MD, PhD1

Andrew A. “Tony” Havics, CIH, PE pH2, LLC

Use of Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization to Neutralize Airborne Pathogens 

Dr. Philip M. Tierno Jr., Professor of Microbiology and Pathology, New York University School of Medicine

Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA 55414.

Video and Articles
VIDEO on How Bi-Polarization Neutralizes Viruses

One of the first documentation from  John Oxford is UK’s top expert on influenza and Emeritus Professor of Virology at the University of London.  His work on the 1918 strain of influenza (Spanish flue) is world famous.

Experts explore COVID-19 airborne transmission

Preventing airborne transmission of COVID-19 should be the next front of the battle against the virus, argue experts from the University of Surrey.

Indoor spread of Covid-19 can be lessened using air quality measures

The virus has been shown to remain stable in airborne particles for longer than 2 hours. 

Video and Articles
VIDEO on How Bi-Polarization Neutralizes Viruses

One of the first documentation from  John Oxford is UK’s top expert on influenza and Emeritus Professor of Virology at the University of London.  His work on the 1918 strain of influenza (Spanish flue) is world famous.

Experts explore COVID-19 airborne transmission

Preventing airborne transmission of COVID-19 should be the next front of the battle against the virus, argue experts from the University of Surrey.

Indoor spread of Covid-19 can be lessened using air quality measures

The virus has been shown to remain stable in airborne particles for longer than 2 hours. 

Op-ed: We should focus on airborne transmission of COVID-19 - Harvard School of Public Health

Mitigating airborne transmission of the corona-virus “should be at the front of our disease-control strategies for COVID-19,” according to Joseph Allen, assistant professor of exposure assessment science at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

How Exactly Do You Catch Covid-19? There Is a Growing Consensus

Surface contamination and fleeting encounters are less of a worry than close-up, person-to-person interactions for extended periods

Identifying airborne transmission as the dominant route for the spread of COVID-19

Results show that the airborne transmission route is highly virulent and dominant for the spread of COVID-19.  

Airborne Transmission of COVID-19 - Oxford Academic

 Many aerosolized droplets are actually smaller particles, which tend to settle more slowly, remain airborne longer and disperse more widely.

Video and Articles
The Most Likely Way You’ll Get Infected With Covid-19

CDC and others have found that the primary route of infection was probably virus-laden droplets.

VIDEO on How Bi-Polarization Neutralizes Viruses

One of the first documentation from  John Oxford is UK’s top expert on influenza and Emeritus Professor of Virology at the University of London.  His work on the 1918 strain of influenza (Spanish flue) is world famous.

Experts explore COVID-19 airborne transmission

Preventing airborne transmission of COVID-19 should be the next front of the battle against the virus, argue experts from the University of Surrey.

Indoor spread of Covid-19 can be lessened using air quality measures

The virus has been shown to remain stable in airborne particles for longer than 2 hours. 

Op-ed: We should focus on airborne transmission of COVID-19 - Harvard School of Public Health

Mitigating airborne transmission of the corona-virus “should be at the front of our disease-control strategies for COVID-19,” according to Joseph Allen, assistant professor of exposure assessment science at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

How Exactly Do You Catch Covid-19? There Is a Growing Consensus

Surface contamination and fleeting encounters are less of a worry than close-up, person-to-person interactions for extended periods

Identifying airborne transmission as the dominant route for the spread of COVID-19

Results show that the airborne transmission route is highly virulent and dominant for the spread of COVID-19.  

Airborne Transmission of COVID-19 - Oxford Academic

 Many aerosolized droplets are actually smaller particles, which tend to settle more slowly, remain airborne longer and disperse more widely.

Transmission of COVID-19 virus by droplets and aerosols.

The case studies found worldwide indicate that the behavior of the SARS-CoV-2 virus has been unprecedentedly unique with more survival and viable rates in the air and believed to linger in the air for an extended period.

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