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Inflamax Research Inc. Enters Strategic Partnership with Northern Air Environmental Technologies Inc.
Date:6/18/2013

am pleased to have Northern Air partner with Inflamax Research to provide the best in Environmental Control Systems and importantly to keep them in top operation at all times,” says Dr. Salapatek, President and CSO Inflamax Research. “We have worked together on many projects in the past with Northern Air and are delighted to work with them again. This alliance allows Inflamax Research to continue to provide the best service possible in quality EEC clinical research”.

Brian Barney, President of Northern Air, echoed this positive outlook on the partnership, “Formalizing our relationship to become exclusive partners with Inflamax is the result of Inflamax and Northern Air Principals working together over many years. Inflamax is an innovator in clinical research and EEC technologies and Northern Air is a world leader in environmental control systems. Together, our companies will continue to lead further advancements.”

About Inflamax Research Inc.:

Inflamax conducts single and multi-centre Environmental Exposure Chamber (EEC) and field studies. In addition to Inflamax’s mobile EEC technology (mEEC™) systems which can be positioned globally, Inflamax has six fixed EECs, ranging in patient capacity from 25 to 100 patients at their headquarters in Toronto, Canada. Inflamax’s EECs have been validated for a variety of allergens and environmental conditions including ragweed, grass, dust mite, and tree allergens, and non-allergic provocateurs such as thermal shifts, fragrance, ozone and low humidity conditions such as those utilized in the study of dry eye syndrome.

About Northern Air Environmental Technologies Inc.:

Northern Air Environmental Technologies Inc. is a full service provider of turn-key environmental systems. Northern Air’s range of skills will take a project from raw concept, through detailed design, and construction, and provide clients with a single-sourced solution that truly achieves the overall performance goals o
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