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Bluezone Products, Inc. is reinventing the science of fresh air

We proudly create scientifically-tested air cleaners that offer proven value to our customers

Demonstrate your commitment to staff safety.

Kill viral aerosols with Bluezone: military developed, scientifically proven germicidal UV-C air cleaning.

Clean air confidence with Bluezone

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The science of fresh air

Tested to kill 99.9999% of airborne viruses in an independent third-party lab test
Delivers >10 times the UV D90 dosage to kill single stranded RNA viruses including SARS-CoV-2

“… just about every building you’ve ever walked into is under-ventilated with low levels of filtration. That’s because the standard that governs ventilation rates in offices, schools, lecture halls, local coffee shops and hair salons is a bare minimum not designed for health.”

– Joseph Allen, Director of Harvard University’s Healthy Buildings Program

“It took a long time for air cleaning to be recognized as a powerful tool for reducing the risk of Covid-19 transmission, and it should be embraced more thoroughly during this pandemic and to reduce flu cases. Ventilation and filtration are two proven techniques for physically removing viruses from the air, so that people are exposed to fewer of them.”

– Linsey Marr, Ph.D., Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Virginia Tech

“Improving air quality in buildings not only helps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 but also helps against other infectious diseases. On top of that, better air quality is associated with better scores on reading and math tests and fewer missed school days and workdays. The business case for healthy buildings is also strong — good indoor air quality also improves employee cognitive function, which flows directly to the bottom line performance of businesses.”

– Joseph Allen, Director of Harvard University’s Healthy Buildings Program

“Ultraviolet treatment is another approach used in hospitals to kill viruses in the air. This technique could be more broadly applied in crowded public areas, although it must be properly installed to be effective and avoid the potential for harm. The initial cost is higher than other approaches, but it is worth considering as part of a cost-benefit analysis of different technologies.”

– Linsey Marr, Ph.D., Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Virginia Tech

“I don’t think a lot of people recognize that the design standards [that govern ventilation rates in schools and other buildings] are bare minimums. They were never actually set for health.”

– Joseph Allen, Director of Harvard University’s Healthy Buildings Program

“You wouldn’t drink a glass of water full of pathogens, chemicals and dirt. Why should we put up with breathing contaminated air?”

– Linsey Marr, Ph.D., Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Virginia Tech

“…an investment right now [in ventilation] is not just a short-term investment for COVID. If a school does this right, they can expect not only years, but decades of benefits to health beyond reductions in infectious disease transmission.”

– Joseph Allen, Director of Harvard University’s Healthy Buildings Program

“Improved indoor air quality through better ventilation will bring other benefits, including reduced sick leave for other respiratory viruses and even environmentally related complaints such as allergies and sick building syndrome. Less absenteeism—with its adverse effect on productivity—could save companies significant costs, which would offset the expense of upgrading their ventilation systems. Newer systems, including air cleaning and filtration technologies, are becoming ever more efficient.”

– Julian W Tang, Ph.D.

“There’s going to be a fundamental rebalancing in terms of how we think about indoor spaces… I think people won’t tolerate sick buildings. That era is over. Rightly so, and good riddance.”

– Joseph Allen, Director of Harvard University’s Healthy Buildings Program

Enter the Bluezone

No ozone, no chemicals, only Bluezone-clean air

Hassle-Free

Maintenance-free for 1-3 years, no filters to replace

Whisper Quiet

Advanced sound engineering of the PK-220 delivers industry-leading performance at whisper quiet operation

High-Capacity

3 ACH for classrooms up to 550 sf
2 ACH for offices up to 800sf

Control Anywhere

Option for remote control & IoT based automated control & monitoring

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Bluezone PK-220

The Bluezone PK-220 uses germicidal UV-C technology, the gold standard for killing viruses and bacteria.

Certifications

ETL
California Air Resources Board
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EPA
State of Israel Ministry of Health
Zero OZone

We are experts in air purification

Quotes imageKilling the virus in the air reduces risk without
adding any more inconvenience or stresses on the kids. I know that every room is being cleaned continuously and effectively. It is greatly reassuring.

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Quotes imageAt Middleton Family Medicine we continue to prioritize our patients and staff health and safety. We’ve used Bluezone air cleaners in our waiting room and COVID test room since March of 2020. We’re happy to add two Bluezone Model 450s that demonstrated a 99.9995% kill of airborne virus.

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Quotes imageWe’ve used Bluezone since March of 2021. The systems help us ensure our environment continues to make safety our top priority and ensure we have a state of the art air cleaning system that help us minimize viruses in our offices. Our team is very happy with the systems.

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Bluezone featured on Bar Rescue Season 8

Jon Taffer uses Bluezone air cleaning in Season 8 of Bar Rescue to help save businesses impacted by the pandemic.

Questions concerning air cleaning, virus protection strategies or Bluezone on Bar Rescue? One of our air quality experts is ready to help you.

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