Plasma Shield obtains the California Air Resources Board (CARB) ZERO (“0”) Ozone Emission compliance.

25 Apr 2022

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.

We are pleased to announce that the California Air Resources Board (CARB), has determined that PlasmaShield device complies with the State of California’s testing, electrical safety, and ozone requirements specified in Title 17, California Code of Regulations, subchapter 8.7 “Indoor Air Cleaning Devices”.

The state of California has set the strictest Ozone and emission regulations in the USA, for air purification and air cleaning devices. 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.

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