RxAir Device Destroys Tuberculosis, Measles

Tuberculosis (TB) bacteria and measles viruses hang unseen in the air for hours, even days, waiting to infect unvaccinated victims who inhale them. The new RxAir® UV air purification system by UV Flu Technologies (OTCBB: UVFT) has been proven to destroy more than 99% of airborne tuberculosis bacteria and measles viruses, effectively reducing exposure for everyone in the room, including unvaccinated individuals.

“We all need to breathe and not everyone is vaccinated, so it is imperative to look at reducing airborne exposure, which is the primary mode of transmission for both TB and measles,” stated Bryan Stone, MD, Chief of Medicine, Desert Regional Medical Center.  “Hospitals have long been using germicidal UV air purifiers to combat the airborne pathogens on a continuous basis. Now, there is a portable floor model available to consumers, schools and businesses from RxAir that utilizes the same proven UV light technology hospitals use to fight these deadly pathogens. The key to RxAir UV light air purifier’s effectiveness is that it forces extended exposure of the bacteria and viruses to powerful UV light, effectively inactivating them.”

Since TB and measles are emitted when someone breathes, coughs, sneezes, talks, or sings, and can remain airborne and active for days, it is important to combat the pathogens in the very air everyone breathes. The RxAir Air Purifier’s patented kill chamber and scientifically chosen UV-C lights have been proven in testing in independent EPA- and FDA-certified laboratories to destroy on first pass more than 99% of airborne TB and measles, plus numerous other harmful viruses and bacteria that cause the flu, cold, MRSA (staph), strep (whooping cough), pneumonia and a myriad of other antibiotic-resistant and viral infections.

There are hundreds of air purifiers on the market utilizing a handful of technologies, but only a select few have test data proving they are effective at inactivating TB, measles and other harmful pathogens.  Ionizers, charged electric filter, HEPA filters and small wearable air purifiers are all largely ineffective at inactivating airborne viruses and bacteria.

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