Air Disinfection Biosecurity (ADB) technology can safely, effectively and quickly mitigate viruses in the air and on surfaces in a space. The Highly Reactive Molecules (HRM) produced by ADB inactivate viruses at a significantly quicker pace than other methods in the marketplace today. Among the viruses ADB can eliminate: Feline Calicivirus (a surrogate for SARS-CoV-2 and Norovirus), Influenza A (H1N1), Human coronavirus (HCoV-NL63), Rhinovirus, and more. The .pdf documents linked below feature a selection of laboratory test results showing ADB’s effectiveness against viruses.
- Brochure: ADB versus viruses overview
- Human coronavirus (HCoV-NL63, surface and airborne) - rapid mitigation
- Influenza A (H1N1, airborne) - Non-detectable in 15 seconds when tested with levels slightly higher than found in nature
- Food Safety & Management Group, Inc. study: Effect of Air Disinfection Biosecurity (ADB) Technology Creating a Safer Environment for Control of Human Coronavirus on Various Inoculated Surfaces
- Food Safety & Process Technology study: Test to Evaluated Ability of Air Disinfection Biosecurity (ADB) Technology to Eliminated Influenza A virus (H1N1)
Air Disinfection Biosecurity (ADB) technology kills bacteria quickly, safely and effectively – in a much more rapid fashion than other methods available today. ADB can eradicate surface and airborne bacteria such as E. coli, MRSA, Salmonella enteritidis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Geobacillus stearothermophilus, to name a few. The .pdf documents linked below spotlight laboratory test results of just a few of the bacteria susceptible to ADB technology.
- Brochure: ADB versus bacteria overview
- Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA - surface) - 99.99% log reduction in 30 minutes
- E. Coli (airborne) - 99.99% log reduction in 4 minutes, non-detectable in 5 minutes
- Pseudomonas aeruginosa (surface) - 99.99% log reduction in 30 minutes
- Salmonella enteritidis (surface) - 99.99% log reduction in 30 minutes
- Geobacillus stearothermophilus (surface and airborne) - rapid mitigation
- Clostridium difficile (surface) - 99.9-plus% deduction in 30 seconds, non-detectable in 2 minutes
- Food Science Institute study: Evaluation of the Efficacy of HRM reactor at Reducing Populations of Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus, Listeria monocytogenes, and Acinetobacter baumannii on Stainless Steel Surfaces
- Food Safety Systems LLC study: Treatment of beef carcass tissue in simulated cold storage for control of E. Coli and salmonella using AMS surface and air sanitation technology
- Food Safety Systems LLC study: Treatment of inoculated sliced turkey breast for control of listeria monocytogenes using AMS surface and air sanitation technology
Air Disinfection Biosecurity (ADB) technology can effectively neutralize harmful fungi, mold and spores quickly and safely. Among the many types of fungus susceptible to ADB: Penicillium (aspergillus types, brevicompactum, purpurogenum), Aspergillus fumigatus, and Candida auris. Candida auris is a particularly deadly species of fungus that is often acquired in hospital or healthcare settings that can lead to hospital-acquired infections (HAIs). The .pdf document linked below demonstrates just how quickly ADB can neutralize fungi like Candida auris in the air and on surfaces.
- Chart: Case study data shows how Air Disinfection Biosecurity technology creates far superior indoor air quality versus fresh air intake systems
- PathogenFocus letters of recommendation
- Effect of a Highly Reactive Molecules-generating system for control of airborne microorganisms in a meat processing environment - US Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Food Safety Laboratory
- Blue Heaven Technologies - ADB 7000 series passes 8-hour ozone emissions test. Maximum allowed: 0.050 PPM. The 8-hour time weighted average (TWA) of ozone concentration for the ADB unit was 0.0012 PPM on the first test and 0.0018 PPM on the second test, with a maximum ozone reading over 8 hours of 0.0019 PPM on the first test and 0.0033 PPM on the second test - far below the allowed PPM required by UL2998.
- TÜV SÜD - ADB 7000 series with DRV 512 driver and WCS wall controller - Safety of Household and Similar Electrical Appliances: all compliance requirements met
- United States Department of Agriculture - Effect of a Reactive Oxygen Species-generating system for control of airborne microorganisms in a meat-processing environment; Evaluation of activated oxygen systems to control botrytis and decay in perishables. Our chemical free technology is approved as a sanitizer/disinfectant, with no use restriction, in compliance with USDA Organic Standards #2857 and operates within permissible OSHA worker health guidelines.
- Food Safety & Management Group, Inc. - Effect of ADB technology to create a safe environment for the control of human coronavirus on various inoculated surfaces.
- Food Science Institute - Evaluation of the application of ADB technology to reduce contamination in industrial surfaces; Evaluation of reaction chamber and reactive species for reducing microbial populations on stainless steel, plastic and polyethylene surfaces.
- Food Safety & Process Technology - Response surface modeling for the inactivation of Listeria monocytogenes on stainless steel surfaces by ADB treatment; ADB technology creating a safe food environment in the elimination of Influenza A, mRSA norovirus and rhinovirus on various inoculated surfaces; Microbiological report on air and surfaces in ADB-treated vehicles.
- Ainia Centro Tecnológico - Evaluation of the application of ADB technology to reduce contamination in industrial surfaces.
- Certified Food Safety Center, Inc. - Neutralization of Escherichia coli, Listeria and Salmonella in cooling coils, cardboard, wood, stainless steel and plastic.
- Eurofins - Inactivation of Enterococcus faecium on whole walnuts by atmospheric cold plasma
- Laboratoire National de Métrologie Et D'Essais - Evaluation of ADB technology for aspergillus environmental fungus reduction.
- Universidad de Chile - Prediction of the sanitization periodicity of vehicle's air conditioning and cabin circuit using ADB system.
- Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile - Study of the effect of the sanitization of ADB technology on the development of environmental mold inside a vehicle.