HIGHLIGHTS - DUROPURE captures and thoroughly cleans chemical and particulate contaminated air - Treated air can be returned safely to indoor working environment - Technology substantially exceeds all known employee OHS guidelines for Indoor Air Quality - Eliminates exhausting of polluted air into exterior environment - Eliminates high capital and operating costs of make-up air - Reduces or eliminates extensive permitting process related to exhaust air units - DUROROOM retractable enclosure systems allow use of patented tapered- airflow technology - Systems fabricated from cost competitive, fire resistant clear vinyl or light-weight metal - Retractable or fixed clean rooms can range from 10'H x 14'W x 24'L at 13,500 CFM to 20'H x 40'W x 100'L height at 80,000 CFM and beyond - Industry focus includes Industrial, Oil & Gas, Aerospace, Automotive and Agricultural - Applications include clean rooms, dust rooms, weld rooms, and paint booths
DuroAir Technologies Inc. ("DuroAir" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that it has developed, and successfully independently tested, the world's first known portable air containment and filtration technology that fully filters and recycles industrial contaminated indoor air and returns it safely to the indoor air environment.
This has significant environmental and cost saving implications for several industries including automotive and industrial coatings of new and refurbished equipment; clean rooms; swine and poultry barns; and many applications in aerospace, military, pharmaceutical and food preparation industries.
When combined with a new array of retractable or fixed shelters or booths, DuroAir can provide almost any customer that has an Indoor Air Quality ("IAQ") issue, a cost effective, and environmentally beneficial solution.
"This might just be the Holy Grail for the IAQ management industry," said an industry expert with over 30 years of industry experience. "We have long dreamed about being able to clean and recycle indoor air to a safe level for humans, but until now, we never thought it was possible," said the industry expert.
"From its modest beginning within the aerospace industry, we have been working on developing and perfecting this technology," said DuroAir CEO Robert Leadley. "By combining our airflow shelter systems with our new air recycling technology, we can solve just about any IAQ issue that industry can throw at us - and we can do it fast and economically."
Almost all businesses that require any sort of coating to be applied to their products including paint, powder coating or other application that involves spraying has two problems: (1) keeping the area of work contained so that it does not get contaminated with dust or other particulates; and, (2) dealing with the air after it has been contaminated. Current solutions usually involve expensive fixed rooms that require the outdoor exhausting of high volumes of air, which in turn must be treated and filtered to meet stringent environmental standards. These fixed enclosures require significant space that permanently reduces square footage available for other processes and limits the size and shape of objects that can be moved into the booths.