ORLANDO, Fla. & NORCROSS, Ga. (Oct. 26, 2020) – As the United States battled the COVID-19 pandemic, Smart Air Care and PruittHealth teamed up to protect one of the most vulnerable populations: senior and medically fragile citizens living in long-term care facilities. Research has shown poor indoor air quality is responsible for an increase in virus outbreaks, including the novel coronavirus. PruittHealth deployed Smart Air Care’s air purification technology in 105 health care centers in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina, as well as PruittHealth’s corporate headquarters in Norcross, Ga.
Smart Air Care’s air purification systems use advanced oxidation plasma to kill 99.9% of viruses, mold bacteria, allergens, pollen and any other small particulates in the air. The system cleans every cubic inch of air by creating hydrolyzed peroxide, which adds an extra oxygen molecule to the H2O in the air. These oxidizers break apart the harmful particles in the air, which contribute to virus outbreaks, asthma and allergies, contamination and other health risks.