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Believe it or not, the technology has been around for awhile

PanTec, LLC has spent the last year testing the sanitation units in a variety of uses.  We have seen fantastic results, which you can find below, but we weren't the first to apply this technology.  It has been researched by universities in the US, used in cleanup projects for natural disasters (hurricanes Rita, Ike and Katrina), put to work by the military and even utilized by NASA.  PanTec would like to take this technology to the people, creating safer and cleaner environments wherever they are needed needed.

 

Findings by PanTec:

 

       Pan Tec completed installation and testing in a North American nursing home facility in 2014/2015. The nursing home is                     located in the northern US and was selected by the operator as a typical facility. Third party lab tests were done at the time of           the installation to develop a baseline for the bacteria present in the home. The summary results of three tests performed at the         facility are presented in the following tables.  Read More...

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Other Resources using the technology:

 

        This study was done to determine the potential use of EcoQuest Radiant Catalytic Ionization Cell for the inactivation of E.                     Coli, Listeria monocytogenes, Streptococcus spp., Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Bacillus spp., Staphylococcus aureus, Candida               albicans, and S. chartarum... Read More...

        ActivePure® is an exclusive environmental technology that can solve many everyday indoor air and surface contamination                   problems. Traditional passive technologies, such as HEPA, use ltration or electrostatic systems, which remove contaminants             only if and when they travel through the puri cation unit. These traditional ltration systems can help reduce air pollution to a               degree, but they do not reduce surface contamination at all and do not adequately reduce airborne contaminants. Our                         proprietary ActivePure® Technology actively targets contaminants in the air and on surfaces, eliminating them on contact.

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       The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Presbyterian is a 766-bed tertiary care facility. The Cardiac Thoracic intensive                  critical care (CTICU) consists of 2 units: CT10 & CT11, each with 10 beds and similar populations. .In 7/08, the CIMRTM Infection          Control Technology was installed in CT11. This technology is an ozone-free process that continuously disinfects viruses,                      bacteria, mold, and other fungi by producing 0.02 ppm of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) gas from oxygen and water vapor in the air.        This methodology found that within 24 hours, 96.4% to 99.9% microbial reduction was noted of surfaces contaminated with                Staphylococcus aureus, E-Coli, Listeriamono cytogenes, Candidaalbi- cans, Streptococcus, and Pseudomonas and thereafter              new microbe reduction was virtually instantaneous. Read More...

       What we are watching*five top global infectious disease threats, 2012: a perspective from CDC’s Global Disease Detection                    Operations Center. Read More...

      One year post treatment testing of contaminants in the air and on surfaces inside the Texas Rangers Locker Room and                        Conditioning Facility.

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