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Coronavirus neutralizer

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently acknowledged the strong possibility that the coronavirus can stay airborne for a significant period of time in crowded indoor spaces such as commercial buildings, malls, hospitals, hotels, casinos and schools. 

Coronavirus neutralizer

This concern has shifted air purifiers from a luxury to a critical preventive measure all over the world. One sanitizing technology that can reduce the risk of virus contamination indoors is AtmosAir,  an air purification system that neutralizes up to 99.92% of the coronavirus. 

“We look forward to collaborating with various companies, property owners, and government agencies to ensure that the indoor air in their respective establishments is as clean and safe as can be,” said Michael Dargani, CEO of Ananta Industries, Inc.,  Philippine distributor of AtmosAir. For more information, visit atmosair.ph. 

Topics: World Health Organization , coronavirus , AtmosAir , air purification system
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