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New Programmable System is First to Continually Sanitize the Air in HVAC Ducts and Commercial, Medical and Residential Spaces
Date:1/19/2009

- Prolitec's ARIA(TM) formulation works with HVAC-based delivery system to kill airborne odor causing bacteria and mold, fungus and organisms

MILWAUKEE, Jan. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Aerosol sprays that kill odor-causing bacteria in the air -- including mold and fungal spores -- clearly are a hit with consumers. But these products treat enclosed rooms one at a time, and their effects are temporary. A new chemical formulation and delivery system created by Prolitec, Inc., can be programmed to sanitize the air continuously or during specific times of day throughout HVAC ducts and occupied enclosed spaces -- with applications ranging from homes to medical facilities; doctor, dentist and veterinary offices; schools and classrooms; long-term care facilities, health clubs, bars, hotels, cruise ships, schools, theaters and gaming facilities.

The new air-sanitizing agent, called ARIA(TM), won EPA registration in November. It works in tandem with Prolitec's existing family of Air/Q ambient-scenting and odor-control systems, which already are widely used in the hospitality, gaming and retail sectors. Moreover, ARIA will also be available for the home via a soon-to-be-announced, next-generation version of Air/Q that Prolitec custom-designed for residential use. Because of its ability to continually sanitize the air within enclosed spaces, ARIA is of keen interest to HVAC professionals for continuously cleaning the air in ducts and proprietors of any type of indoor facility where airborne odor causing bacteria and mold may thrive.

"ARIA and an Air/Q appliance provide a simple-to-use, cost-effective system to continuously sanitize the air we breathe," said Richard Weening, Chairman and CEO of the Milwaukee-based Prolitec. "This is a real first, and we believe it is reasonable to call it a breakthrough. What is more, the EPA registration verifies our claims about what ARIA can do.

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