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Clean Air With Virus Zero Portable

by Monique Barrett

Jan 26, 2015

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Designed to help keep air clean and odor-free in hotel guestrooms, cars and other small spaces travelers frequently visit, Virus Zero Portable is a new portable air purification system that is capable of neutralizing up to 99.7 percent of viruses, bacteria and other harmful contaminants.

 

The size of a portable cup-size device, the product uses exclusive Samsung SPi technology to proactively and efficiently clean the air with disinfecting ions. The easy-to-pack device can sterilize the air up to 230 square feet around you and remove cigar and cigarette smoke, carbon monoxide and cooking and other odors.

 

Available on the U.S. market for the first time, the device is quieter and more effective and efficient than traditional air purifiers as well as energy efficient and environmentally friendly.

 

“Americans struggle with bulky, loud air purification systems that require frequent and expensive filter changes, and we set out to change all that,” said Scott Lattanzio, partner, Virus Zero. “We are providing a small, quiet consumer product that not only looks great and produces very little sound, but it does an exponentially better job of cleaning the air. We aren’t removing contaminants and trapping them in a filter — we’re actively neutralizing them, keeping the air clean all day long. Virus Zero is a lifesaver for Americans with allergies or those who want to help minimize their chances of catching the flu, colds or other airborne illnesses.”

 

Virus Zero Portable costs $199 and includes home and car power adapters. Learn more at VirusZero.com.

 

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