Powertron Global

is the Master Distributor

of Aeris Environmental

for the U.S. commercial market.
We are now offering

the most innovative Covid-19

Defense System for buildings.
BREAKING:

COVID Defense System™

It is vital that you protect everyone in your facility, and reduce your liabilities presented by coronavirus. Powertron Global and Aeris Environmental have combined to bring you the most effective COVID Defense System™ on the market.

Office HVAC COVID-19

According to ASHRAE  ,the EPA and the CDC an effective approach must include continuously treating both circulating air and ventilation as well as all high touch areas and surfaces, our system covers it all.

Highlighted Statements

“It is thought that the COVID-19 virus can spread through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes or talks. The National Institutes of Health reports that these respiratory droplets have been detectable in the air for as long as three hours.”***
“Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 through the air is sufficiently likely, and that airborne exposure to the virus should be controlled. Ventilation and filtration provided by heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning systems can reduce the airborne concentration of SARS-CoV-2 and thus the risk of transmission through the air.”*
“There is evidence that inhalation of expelled aerosol from infected individuals is potentially a significant pathway in the spread of SARS-CoV-2.”   “There is growing evidence that SARS-CoV-2 virus remains airborne in indoor environments for hours, potentially increasing in concentration over time. Therefore, unless adequate precautions are taken, the longer a space is occupied, the greater the potential for airborne transmission of the virus.”**

Highlighted News

A computer model of the cruise-ship outbreak found that the virus spread most readily in microscopic droplets light enough to linger in the air.

“The smaller droplets are also more likely to penetrate deeply into the respiratory system, down to the lungs. It may take a much smaller viral load — fewer viruses — to cause infection in the lungs than higher up, such as in the throat. This, at least, is the case for other respiratory viruses, like the flu.”

“To me, this is an all-in moment,” Dr. Allen said. “We need better ventilation and better filtration, across the board, in all our buildings.”

We also found that especially with very small aerosols — smaller than 1 micron — it is more effective to use a softer fabric (which is easier to fit tightly over the face) than a stiffer fabric (which, even if it is a better filter, tends to sit more awkwardly, creating gaps).

  • Avoid crowds. The more people around you, the more likely someone among them will be infected. Especially avoid crowds indoors, where aerosols can accumulate.

  • Ventilation counts. Open windows and doors. Adjust dampers in air-conditioning and heating systems. Upgrade the filters in those systems. Add portable air cleaners, or install germicidal ultraviolet technologies to remove or kill virus particles in the air.

Infected children have at least as much of the coronavirus in their noses and throats as infected adults, according to the research. Indeed, children younger than age 5 may host up to 100 times as much of the virus in the upper respiratory tract as adults, the authors found.

“It definitely shows that kids do have levels of virus similar to and maybe even higher than adults,” Dr. Heald-Sargent said. “It wouldn’t be surprising if they were able to shed” the virus and spread it to others.

The virus is shed from the upper respiratory tract, not the lungs, she noted.

“We are going to be reopening day care and elementary schools,” she said. If these results hold up, “then yeah, I’d be worried.”

Aeris Active™. The coronavirus killer with protection for 7 to 10 days or residual protection for 200 touches.

Product Roadmap

Step 1:
Bioactive Filter
Treatment

What it Does: Prevents, inhibits, and controls fungi, mold, mildew, and bacteria growth on HVAC air filters and filter media.

  • EPA Registered 

  • Passes ASTM 1053 Virus Suspension Time-Kill Testing

  • Controls Odor causing bacteria

  • Residual protection for the expected life of the filter

  • Fungistat, mildewstat, and bacteriostat, prevents each from colonizing in media

Step 2:
Indoor Coil
Treatment

What it Does: Provides residual protection to control and prevent mold and odor causing bacteria, minimizes recontamination, and improves airflow and performance.

  • Passes ASTM 1053 Virus Suspension Time-Kill Testing

  • Prevents regrowth of mold and odor causing bacteria

  • Up to 12 months of residual protection

  • Minimize debris build-up

  • Improved air quality

Step 3:
Bioactive Surface
Treatment

What it Does: Controls and inhibits the growth of fungi, mildew, mold, and odor causing bacteria in and on HVAC systems.

  • EPA Registered

  • NSF Certified

  • Prevents mold and fungi from growing on surface

  • Controls odor causing bacteria

  • Up to 12 months residual protection

Step 4:
Active Surface
Treatment

What it Does: Kills viruses (coronavirus), fungi, mold, mildew, and bacteria within 60 seconds for extended durations and touches.

  • Expected to be the first ever EPA Registered product with a residual protection claim for viruses after the initial kill

  • Kills CORONAVIRUS for 7 days or up to 200 touches

  • EPA Registration Pending (USA)

  • HACCP Approved and Patented Technology

  • Dual biocides with broad spectrum anti-bacterial activity

  • Viralstat, fungistat, mildewstat, and bacteriostat

Product Images