laboratory test of "LUIGI SACCO" HOSPITAL OF MILAN
From the experimentation conducted within the Department of Biomedical and Clinical Sciences
"Luigi Sacco" it is clear that the technology Dust-Free FC UNIT 3″ has shown ability to lower the viral load of SARS-CoV-2 inoculated in liquid phase both on a surface and on a tissue.
Verified on cloth consisting of 45% polyether and 55% cellulose, inoculated with
SARS-CoV-2, exposed to treated air for 20 minutes in a volume of 2, 13 m3, showed instead a 2.5 log (99.7%) greater reduction than the natural decay of the virus.
EVALUATION OF THE BIOCIDAL ACTIVITY OF THE DUST FREE PROCESS with METHOD BASED ON EN 17272
Under the test conditions described, the DUST FREE process induces a reduction in the number of viable Staphylococcus aureus CIP 4.83 cells shed on stainless steel substrate by 1.3 to 2.2 log10 (i.e. 95% to 99% of the initial load) after a contact time of 6 hours at 20°C.
University of Salerno microbiology test
Microbiological testing of selected microorganisms in Petri dishes, conducted in an enclosed room with cubature of approximately 35m3. The microbial load deposited on the plates containing agarized medium during treatment with PCO-001 is significantly lower than that deposited when the device is not present in the environment. The difference in contamination between the sample and the control was more pronounced the longer the plates were exposed. It is possible to estimate that after 24 hours of treatment the microbial load (mainly molds normally present in the environment) found on the agarized medium in the presence of PCO-001 is about 100 times lower (2 log) than that of the control, i.e. the one present on a plate left in the same environment but not in the presence of our air sanitization devices.
NEOTES LAB CERTIFICATE OF COMPLIANCE
The effectiveness of the sanitization actions have been tested in recent years by the accredited chemical and microbiological analysis laboratory Neotes, recording significant and encouraging results in terms of the reduction of microbial loads and of the main indoor pollutants.
TEST UNIVERSITY OF GASTRONOMIC SCIENCES OF POLLENZO
The university of gastronomic sciences uses quality raw materials from teaching garden and from selected companies to offer students tasty and sustainable dishes. To reduce food waste at the source students and staff choose their meals every day through an online reservation system. In this test you can see the improved shelf-life of food
EFFECTIVENESS OF THE DEVICE ON GASEOUS SUBSTANCES AND AIRBORNE MICROBIOLOGICAL AGENTS
Evaluation of the effectiveness of the device on gaseous substances (ammonia and methane) and aerodispersed microbiological agents present in the milking room at the zootechnical company Verdesca delle Fiocche dei F.lli Del Grosso in Fiocche di Eboli (SA).
CNR TEST WITH CHIU-P SYSTEM
The tests were carried out by evaluating the performance of the system against fungal alteration due to Aspergillus niger, which is the main cause of deterioration of this product during commercial and domestic storage that which occurs in room temperature conditions.
COMPENDIUM FOR DENTAL OFFICES
The Plus version of RefineAir sanitizers combines photocatalytic technology with bipolar ionization, increasing the quantity of positive and negative ions, making room air sanitization even more effective. In addition, the Little Camp and Photoionix models of RefineAir, from the air intake are equipped with a special patented titanium dioxide filter (spin-off affiliated with the Interuniversity Consortium for Materials Science and Technology INSTM), whose patent was obtained together with the Milan Polytechnic and Solari EMC in the "high technology bacterial purifier" area.
British Insititute Microbiology test
The activity to study the effectiveness of the Refineair Device consists of monitoring the microbiological origin of air pollution in indoor environments before and after the installation of the RefineAir system.
The measurements carried out showed a significant reduction in pollution of microbiological origin with a percentage reduction of 69.5% for the total bacterial count at 22°, 59.1% for the total bacterial count at 37° and 70.7% for the yeast and mould count.
Public transport tests
The test shows a reduction in exposure to pollution of microbiological origin with an average abatement percentage of 81.5% (microorganism count at 30°C), of 100% for yeast and mould counts.