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Proven to stop mold growth.

Our latest lab results are now available! These independently conducted studies confirm that Puraclenz technology is proven to stop mold growth. Puraclenz works differently by dynamically destroying mold mid-air and on exposed surfaces, continuously cleaning throughout an indoor space 24/7.

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If your space has a mold problem or you have a mold allergy, how can Puraclenz destroy mold in your workplace?

 

1. Proven to stop mold growth by killing mold spores.
Independently conducted efficacy tests confirm that a Puraclenz P3000 unit is proven over 95% effective in reducing Aspergillus brasiliensis in the air. Aspergillus brasiliensis is a black mold endospore that causes allergic reactions and is surrogate for Toxic Black Mold, Dark Grey Mold and other species of allergy causing molds. Click here to view our GLP Lab Report.

 

2. Automatically destroys mold in the air and on exposed surfaces.
Puraclenz ions proactively deactivate mold mid-air and on exposed surfaces, cleaning throughout an indoor space, thereby reducing the chance mold spores are inhaled or settle on surfaces, where they can grow into established mold colonies.

 

3. Stops mold growth in nooks and crannies where it likes to grow.
Save time and money by reducing your dependence on spray disinfectants. Puraclenz ions proactively clean difficult-to-reach surfaces, reduce the risk of human error and enable continuous coverage in the most challenging environment.

 

4. Continuous, 24/7 air ionization coverage for virtually any size commercial space.
A single P3000 is designed to purify spaces up to 3,000 sq ft. With multiple units, the coverage area is virtually limitless.

 

5. Safe for your workplace.
Puraclenz is safe to use while employees, clients and customers are in the building. Unlike earlier ionic purifiers, Puraclenz generates no fumes and is certified ozone-free. Most other mold remediation products require people to leave the space during treatment.