INVZBL, a technology company specializing in UV-C disinfection products designed in the United States, launches today its UV-C Ceiling Panel Air Purifier. INVZBL’s technology offers education, enterprise, government, healthcare and hospitality industries the highest-capacity, rapid UV-C disinfection services.
“As we return to classrooms, offices, and workplaces people want to feel and, more importantly, know that everything is being done to protect them from harmful viruses and bacteria,” says Chuck Morrison, Founder and CEO of INVZBL. “The INVZBL N-AIR UV-C in ceiling air purifiers use proprietary technology with a three-stage disinfection and purification process to continuously clean the air.”
INVZBL’s new air purifiers use 2×2 ceiling panels to draw room air through nanometer material and HEPA carbon filters and across germicidal UV LED lights to inactivate airborne pathogens and return clean air to the space. INVZBL products are the most independently tested and certified products on the market. The N-AIR UV-C purifiers kill 99.99 percent of all airborne pathogens.
“Our new air purifiers are a convenient and non-chemical cleaning solution that other methods cannot touch in terms of affordability, ease of installation and safety. Our goal with all of our air purifiers and UV-C cabinets is to deploy this technology around the world to help us return to normal,” says Morrison. “Once deployed and operational, our technology offers customers a peace-of-mind they cannot find anywhere else.”
The INVZBL N-AIR UV-C Air Purifiers are available in low voltage and high voltage versions. Both products are affordable, require low energy consumption and can be automated through building management systems.
INVZBL is a technology company specializing in UV-C disinfection products designed in the United States. The company’s industry-leading technology is available commercially to a range of businesses in the education, enterprise, government, healthcare and hospitality industries. INVZBL’s Z13 and B3 models kill 99.9% of bacteria, germs, and infectious pathogens such as Candida, E. Coli and SARS-CoV-2 in three minutes. To find out more, visit www.INVZBL.com.