Innovative Photocatalytic System for Virus Mitigation
Las Vegas, Nevada: July 28, 2021
The University of Nevada Reno, "UNR" confirms that MACOMA FN Nano Photocatalytic Air Disinfection System "PADS" offers a rapid, reliable, eco-friendly and 99.99% effective disinfection system to maximize virus inactivation and minimize viral spread.
This pandemic is destroying lives and the world economy, MACOMA Environmental Technologies have researched, investigated, created and patented an innovative Photocatalytic Air Disinfection System to eliminate airborne viruses and bacteria while purifying the air and it is proudly manufactured in the USA.
The global dissemination of the COVID-19 (Delta Variant) infection caused by SARS-CoV-2 has posed an unprecedented healthcare challenge. COVID-19 control efforts in healthcare, home and community settings, highlight the need for rapid, reliable and effective SARS-CoV-2 inactivation methods.
The use of MACOMA FN NANO Photocatalytic Air Disinfection System "PADS" would have the following benefits:
1) Reduction of personal and economic harm on a global scale
2) Mitigation of pandemic spread – COVID-19 – Delta Variant
3) Contribution to the rebound of the U.S. and global economy by creating a new sustainable industry and diversifying our national economy.
Several school districts, hotels, hospitals, airports, military units and other institutions are eager to install the MACOMA FN NANO Photocatalytic Air Disinfection System in order to safely reopen their facilities. However, MACOMA and the institutions, which need this the most, are eagerly waiting for the EPA determination.
MACOMA Environmental Technologies has requested that the EPA grant their official determination on whether the Photocatalytic Air Disinfection System qualifies as a device as per EPA’s regulations, even though The MACOMA FN NANO Photocatalytic Air Disinfection System meets all of the requirements as a device.
MACOMA FN NANO Photocatalytic Air Disinfection System converts any room into a “GIANT AIR DISINFECTION / PURIFIER” Device as tested and proven by the University of Nevada Reno.
Ezekiel Martin, PhD
Co-Founder/Director of Sustainability