The Continuous Disinfection Device (CDD)
It is generally accepted that the air we breathe in buildings large and small – including hospitals, office buildings, factories, transit hubs, and most other indoor public venues – contains a significant amount of pathogens (including viruses, bacteria and fungi) and allergens. The current pandemic caused by the Covid-19 virus and the threat of future pandemics has demonstrated the devastating cultural, economic, and human toll on our global society.
- Our CDD interdicts (slows, deters and/or stops) the spread of nearly all common airborne pathogens such as viruses and bacteria and fungi at or approaching 99.9999% rate on a single pass thru the CDD device. Fungi is interdicted at or approaching 99.1%
- The effective interdiction rate for the Coronavirus achieved by our CDD approaches 100% in most cases
- Our CDD technology can lower the carbon emissions of the buildings which they occupy. A CDD system installed and operating in a building will manage the stratification of the indoor air and result in significantly less energy exerted to heat and cool the space.
The CDD unit has the capacity to complete a disinfection cycle every 20 minutes for a fully occupied 1,000 square foot room. Phrased differently, the CDD unit performs 72 full-room air disinfection cycles per day while operating continuously (24/7/365). The supply and return airflow is optimized using Computational Fluid Dynamic software, creating custom solutions for the room(s) we serve.
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