SAN DIEGO—Puradigm, a leading manufacturer of proactive air and surface purification technologies that have been proven to inactivate SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19, and the Delta Variant, announced that two studies conducted by the Kansas State University Food Science Institute showed that both ozone and hydrogen peroxide levels produced by the Puradigm Air HVAC 9 Inch Air Purification System pose no risk to building occupants per U.S. safety standards.
The Puradigm system tested produced maximum equilibrium concentration of ozone below 0.05ppm whereas safety thresholds established by U.S. regulatory organizations range from 0.05ppm by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for indoor medical devices to 0.10ppm by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for workers on the job.
Hydrogen Peroxide levels created by the Puradigm system were below 0.05ppm, which is over 20 times below the permissible limit of 1.0ppm established by OSHA.
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Jim Gabriel, CEO of Puradigm commented; “We are extremely proud of our product and these results show that this technology can make a difference in any environment. This technology can help reduce the spread of infectious diseases, viruses, and keep our air clean to make our environments a safer place for all.”