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SANYO Donates Air Purification Systems Effective Against Flu Viruses to New York Airports and Schools
Date:5/26/2009

ests using bacteriophage MS2, commonly used by the scientific and testing community as a representative virus, which roughly approximates the aerosol-related physical characteristics of human viruses. Independent testing in Japan and other countries has also demonstrated that electrolyzed water has the unique ability to inactivate human viruses.

"Electrolyzed water technology employed to treat the air in the SANYO 'Virus Washer' inactivates more than 99% of airborne viruses and bacteria from the treated air," explains Deepak Mistry, Strategic Marketing Manager in SANYO's Biomedical and Environmental Division.

By only using tap water and electricity, there are absolutely no harmful chemicals. The hydroxyl radicals and hypochlorous acid contained in electrolyzed water work together to destroy the protein spikes on the surface of the virus. This prevents the virus from attaching to and infecting healthy cells. The commercial-use 'Virus Washer' VW-VF10BG air purification system uses an 'Electrolyzed Water Disinfecting Element' to inactivate viruses and other airborne microbes and particles. Electrolyzed water runs over the air purification element in the 'Virus Washer'. Indoor air is then forced to circulate through the element, inactivating airborne viruses which pass through it.

SANYO turned to The Medical Society of the County of Queens to help them identify possible schools that would be interested in receiving these units. SANYO currently has allocated several units that are available for donation.

If any School Nurse's Office is interested in obtaining a sample unit, they should contact SANYO at 1-800-858-8442 or go online and fill out a submission form at http://www.sanyobiomedical.com/vw . Donations will be performed on a first come-first served basi
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