Mudu MultiMedia Enterprises represents ActivePure in the Northeast. ActivePure Technology enables you to go on the offense against airborne coronavirus with real-time elimination of viral particles so that we can reclaim the much needed spaces – the offices, the schools, the medical centers, the emergency response facilities, the gyms, restaurants, diners, theaters, beauty salons and barber shops.

In 2017, ActivePure Technologies LLC, formerly known as Aerus Holdings LLC, was recognized by the Space Foundation as the only surface and air-purification technology to effectively adapt and market technology originally developed for NASA to improve the quality of life for all humanity, when it was inducted into the Space Technology Hall of Fame at a reception sponsored by SpaceX.

ActivePure is a patented scientific process that dispatches super-charged, sub-microscopic particles at tremendous speed. These particles are created by reactions between ambient water and oxygen molecules, a patented matrix coating, and a specific wavelength of UVC light. The particles collide with viruses, bacteria, and air pollutants and immediately turn them into harmless elements.

The technology has been used for several years by HVAC installers and as portable units because of its proven pathogen-killing power. Over one million ActivePure systems are currently in use to help safeguard front-line workers in hospitals such as the Cleveland Clinic and in government buildings, including the Texas State Capitol, homes, restaurants, offices, and other public spaces.

The FDA cleared ActivePure technology, deployed in an Aerus Medical Guardian unit, as a Class II Medical Device for use in occupied rooms to inactivate six different pathogens, including an RNA virus similar to SARS-CoV-2. Previous research found that ActivePure inactivates the COVID-19 virus on surfaces.

Other publicized systems, such as HEPA, UV light, and MERV-13 are passive, slow, and may trap pathogens, but fail to destroy them. Many others are so dangerous that people and pets cannot be in the room when they are operating.

According to the CDC, cleaning surfaces using soap or detergent, and not disinfecting, is enough to reduce risk in MOST situations. “There is little scientific support for routine use of disinfectants in community settings, whether indoor or outdoor, to prevent SARS-CoV-2 transmission from fomites,” the agency said. “In public spaces and community settings, available epidemiological data … indicate that the risk of SARS-CoV-2 transmission from fomites is low—compared with risks from direct contact, droplet transmission or airborne transmission.”The links below illustrate how ActivePure removes pathogens in the air that are more dangerous than cigarette smoke. ActivePure seeks out then destroys harmful airborne bacterium and microorganisms on surfaces and we have the research to show it.

I am looking forward to seeing how we can help your department with getting things back to normal in 2021.

This means helping your staff, visitors and clients work safely now and beyond COVID-19 without having to use toxic sprays or expending unnecessary labor burdens.

I have prepared some materials for you to review so that we can discuss more about cleaning the air in an era of deadly variants that are transmitted primarily via airborne means or by contact.

Below is a Press Release and three essential quick videos to watch:

CNBC – Interview with our CEO after military/CDC/FDA labs announced ActivePure COVID-19 kill rate of 99.9% in 3-Min in air and on surfaces.  – https://www.screencast.com/t/4LWEUyx1c1Ej

PRESS RELEASE – 3-min destruction of SARS- CoV-2  

Explainer Video of ActivePure Technology  – https://www.screencast.com/t/13tq3QBZ

How Active Pure Works – https://www.screencast.com/t/ya26u4056Xvp

The CDC says that the risk of getting it from contaminated surfaces is less than one in 10000 they say the transmission is almost entirely through airborne particles:

https://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/546541-cdc-risk-of-covid-transmission-on-surfaces-is-low

also

https://weather.com/health/coronavirus/video/cdc-risk-of-getting-covid-19-from-contaminated-surfaces-1-in-10000?pl=pl-coronavirus