DALLAS—CASPR Group announced a reseller venture with API of New Hampshire/Delta T (API of NH) to help bring CASPR’s disinfection technology to companies and organizations throughout New England.
Since 1969, API of NH has been a renowned sheet metal manufacturer and HVAC distributor in New England. The family-owned company specializes in HVAC and indoor air quality (IAQ) products, giving them the expertise to successfully represent CASPR’s portable and in-duct air and surface disinfection products in the market.
According to Bob Engel Jr., President of API of NH, the quality of CASPR’s product line, backed by validated data supporting the products’ efficacy, made the company an important addition to their portfolio.
“We pride ourselves on being a value-added distributor that can help our customers grow their businesses with the best products in the market,” said Engel. “We’ve brought on the CASPR line of products because we believe they offer tremendous value and are an excellent offering for businesses and spaces needing continuous surface and air disinfection. When you combine great products with great data to back them up, you have a winning solution.”
Immediate Access to a Key Market
The agreement with API of NH gives CASPR immediate access to a key market, says Dr. Christophe Suchy, co-founder of CASPR Group and chief inventor.
“API of NH is one of the top HVAC distributors in the country, and they will help us reach companies and organizations throughout New England,” said Dr. Suchy. “Our disinfection technology has been proven to kill 99.99 percent of SARS-CoV-2 viruses within 24 hours, according to a study by the University of Wisconsin, and this new agreement will ensure that we can further expand our solutions to people everywhere.”
Unlike disinfection processes that use an episodic ultraviolet (UV) light or harmful chemicals, CASPR’s technology uses a proprietary Natural Catalytic Converter (NCC) process to naturally extract oxygen and moisture from ambient air and then produce and safely deliver continuous trace levels of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) to disinfect indoor spaces. The result is an automated and continuous reduction of air and surface viruses and bacteria in a way that is safe for use in spaces occupied with people and pets, and with no need to modify existing custodial processes.