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  • Blue Oak Brewing company using Purfresh SPACE

    Blue Oak Brewing in San Carlos California is using Purfresh SPACE to decontaminate their facility every night.
  • Manufacturing photos of Purfresh SPACE

    Below we want to share some photos of our Purfresh SPACE product during manufacture.
  • How 3 American Technology Companies are Adapting to Help During the Coronavirus Crisis

    The coronavirus pandemic is one of the biggest crisis inciters in recent humankind history. While it is true that medical technology has advanced enough to come up with solutions in real-time around the world, the truth is that 2020 has ended for us all as it will take at least 18 months to find a viable vaccine.

    To date, there are over two million confirmed cases worldwide and a little over 140,000 deaths, a number which modifies by the hour. Needless to say, that the pandemic will bring a deep economic crisis.

    In this challenging environment, we've seen the best and worst of humanity unfold in the past weeks. But these times call for positive statements so, in this article, we will talk about three American technology oriented companies that are sharing their expertise with the world to fight COVID 19.
  • Purfresh Repurposes Its Ozone Technology to Support Hospitals Fighting the Coronavirus

    (HAYWARD, CALIFORNIA, April 1, 2020) – As medical professionals at hospitals across the country fight to save victims of COVID-19, they struggling with limited supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE) and ensuring their facilities are free from the virus. Purfresh announced today that it is repurposing one of its products to support hospitals in providing doctors and nurses with the protection and safety they need.
  • REVIEW OF THE APPLICATION OF OZONATION FOR DISINFECTING COVID-19 / SARS-CoV-2

    The inhibitory and lethal effects of ozone on pathogenic organisms including viruses have been observed since the latter part of the 19’th century. (Shentag, Akers, Ph.D., Campagna, & Chirayath)

    Viruses are very small microscopic particles containing DNA or RNA, lacking the capacity to reproduce themselves outside of a host. Viruses are smaller than bacteria or fungi. They attach themselves to living cells injecting their genetic code into the host, taking over the host’s cellular machinery to reproduce themselves at a rapid rate.