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University of Adelaide releases final technical report, delivering phenomenal outcomes
on "PlasmaShield for Mitigation of Volatile Organic Compounds, Airborne Particles, Nitrogen Dioxide and Ozone Emissions"
We are thrilled to share our second peer-reviewed paper on the “PlasmaShield® Efficacy in Removal of Airborne Microorganisms
The study points to incredible effectiveness achieving complete microbial cell membrane destruction of all model microorganisms.
Plasma Shield releases our first peer reviewed paper
highlighting the exceptional efficiency, performance, and safety profile of the PlasmaShield® technology, diagnosed by Spatially Resolved Emission Spectroscopy.
Plasma Shield obtains the California Air Resources Board (CARB) ZERO (“0”) Ozone Emission compliance.
The state of California has set the American strictest Ozone and emission regulations for air purification and air cleaning devices, specified by Title 17, California Code of Regulations, subchapter 8.7 “Indoor Air Cleaning Devices act. The CARB certification complements our Zero (“0”) ozone emission (UL 867, Section 40 compliance), recognised as the most rigorous and extensive standard on assessing safety exposure limits for air purification and decontamination systems.
Adelaide Hills GP clinic installs SA-developed air purifier to kill viruses including coronavirus
This sounds like something we could all do with. An SA-made air purifier that potentially kills Covid, using world-first technology, is being installed in a Hills clinic.
Plasma Shield wins funding for trials of air purifier
Medical technology startup Plasma Shield has secured funding for trials of its innovative air purification technology, which could be used to stop the spread of superbugs such as COVID-19.
Australia's air quality culture criticised as experts point to ventilation as key in COVID-19 fight
When Victoria's Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton was asked last week about whether ventilation in the state needed improvement, his answer caught the attention of leading scientists around the country.
COVID-19 in schools and getting your nature dose
With most children and teenagers unable to get vaccinated, we discuss other ways that schools might be able to reopen while minimising the risk of coronavirus spreading in those settings. Improved ventilation, masks, social distancing and rapid testing are some of the measures that could help. Plus how people are getting their 'nature dose' in different parts of the country.
This scientist says cleaning indoor air could make us healthier—and smarter
Joseph Allen runs a major public health research project at Harvard University, probing how indoor air quality affects human health and cognition
Clearing the air on better ventilation to lower COVID risk
Aerosol transmission is the main factor in spreading coronavirus and Australia needs to focus on delivering cleaner indoor air, argues Lidia Morawska.
Experts call on Federal Government to acknowledge possible airborne transmission of COVID-19 in hotel quarantine
Failure at a federal level to acknowledge COVID-19 is transmitted through the air has been putting the community at risk, senior scientists, health and safety experts and doctors have told the ABC.
Coronavirus spread at Brisbane's Hotel Grand Chancellor 'most likely' from airborne transmission, experts warn
A dozen doctors have written to the Queensland Government warning that airborne disease specialists need to be employed to investigate whether there was any airborne transmission of the UK strain of coronavirus at Brisbane's Hotel Grand Chancellor.
'Game-changing' Air Purifying Tech Developed in SA
PlasmaShield CEO Nick Haslam joins Jennie Lenman on SA today to discuss our technology and the benefits it is providing patients at the Better Medical GP Clinic in Mount Barker, South Australia.