The former Acting Surgeon General, Admiral Kenneth Moritsugu, wrote an important article in Real Clear Health, providing key questions for decision makers.
These questions are critical for anyone purchasing infection-protection devices for schools, hospitals, restaurants, homes, or any interior space-including personal homes.
"Even with an increase in vaccinations, the danger of interior COVID spread will continue, especially in schools."
Both the CDC and WHO state the primary way the COVID-19 virus is transmitted is through tiny droplets and aerosols that linger in interior spaces.
1 Has the FDA cleared any devices that use this technology?
2 Is it safe to use in spaces occupied by people and pets?
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3 Can the technology be configured to work in occupied areas, including hard-to-treat spaces such as elevators, stairwells, and restrooms?
4 Will the manufacturer guarantee product claims and back them up with field testing?
5 Is the cost of installing and using the technology competitive with other options?
6 Is the technology proven to inactivate, not just filter, the virus that causes COVID?
7 Is the technology effective against viruses, bacteria, and other pathogens in the air and on surfaces?
8 Does the technology work continuously 24/7, providing protection as infected people enter a space?
9 Were the tests proving its efficacy done by independent, FDA-compliant labs?
10 Has the technology been proven in challenging real-world settings?
ActivePure is the only technology that can answer YES to all of these questions.
Unlike other technologies, ActivePure has been extensively tested and is proven to fight the spread of disease by proactively inactivating pathogens on surfaces and in the air, including the virus that causes COVID-19. ActivePure does not replace the need to follow CDC guidance and should be used as a complementary technology.
With both portable and installed products, you can adapt ActivePure to any space: from a small unit for home or office to larger capacity solutions that can cover auditoriums covering tens of thousands of square feet.