The study was conducted at the Innovative Bioanalysis Laboratories in Cypress, Calif. It took place in a 1280 cubic foot chamber, representing a real-world air-conditioned office or home. The coronavirus was then nebulized into the chamber to simulate a sneeze or a cough from an infected person.
With the REME HALO operating in the chamber, the virus was reduced on contact, resulting in a 99.9% reduction of the virus within the space.
According to representatives from RGF, the REME HALO is already being used in hospitals, office buildings, food processing facilities, government facilities, as well as other industries where sanitation is of utmost importance. However, due to the coronavirus, many people are opting to install the REME HALO in their residences.
This announcement is sure to increase the demand for an already popular product. We encourage readers in the Orlando and Central Florida area to contact us at (407) 291-1644 as soon as possible to secure a REME HALO for their home or business.
You can read read the official press release here.
DISCLAIMER: The summary and any comments herein are based on the results from an independent laboratory study performed under controlled conditions and are not in any way medical claims. The product(s) and technologies described are not medical devices and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, virus or illness.