Global Plasma Solutions, a Savannah-based manufacturer of high-tech Electronic Air Cleaners for indoor air purification, announced that it is certified by UL 2998 and UL 867-2007 as an ozone and byproduct free technology.
GPS announced that its needlepoint bipolar ionization technology (NPBI) is UL Validated as zero emissions-measured ozone as tested by the UL 2998 standard.
GPS technology has also passed third-party testing by Intertek/ETL to the UL Standard for Safety for Electrostatic Air Cleaners, UL 867, Section 37 Fourth Edition, December 21, 2007.
The stringent test requires sampling 2.0” away from the output of the device as well as a sealed chamber test to confirm ozone does not build up over time.
The new UL 867 ozone test proves that if an electrostatic air cleaner (NPBI) does not produce ozone in excess of acceptable levels of 0.05 PPM in a closed chamber, it will not produce ozone above the acceptable level in a duct.
Independent testing showed peak levels 15 times LOWER than the 0.05 PPM allowable limit.
About Global Plasma Solutions
Founded in 2008 and based in Savannah, Georgia, Global Plasma Solutions (GPS) is the pioneer in needlepoint bipolar ionization cold plasma technology. With an extensive portfolio of patents granted, and numerous other patents pending, GPS is the uncontested air purification market innovator serving healthcare, industrial, transportation, government, commercial, and residential customers.
Outside of the residential, commercial and industrial HVAC markets, GPS has also developed specialized, highly engineered products for commercial and private aviation, commercial high-speed hand dryers and automobiles.
To learn more, visit www.gpshvac.com.