The LifeAire System was initially designed to protect the environment of the human embryo in the In Vitro Fertilization laboratory (one of the most sensitive cells to culture in vitro).
This meant that it was critical that the system remediate all chemical and biological contaminants from the air. Therefore, the LifeAire System was engineered to kill the anthrax spore, the most difficult biological to kill.
Because of its effectiveness towards the anthrax spore, the LifeAire System is able to remediate airborne pathogens such as clostridium difficile, MRSA, aspergillus, influenza, TB, streptococcus, COVID-19, etc., each representing a consistent threat to both the hospital environment and hospital acquired infection (HAI) rate.
Today, it is a recognized leader in providing advanced air purification for hospitals, healthcare facilities, IVF programs, and many other applications.