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Biotek Shield Neutralizes Airborne COVID-19 Virus, Maintaining Virus-Free Cabin Air on Commercial Aircraft
Biotek Shield Neutralizes Airborne COVID-19 Virus, Maintaining Virus-Free Cabin Air on Commercial Aircraft

PWI develops a virus-neutralizing system for use in fighting airborne contaminants aboard commercial aircraft. The device, called Biotek Shield, is designed to be installed in the air-conditioning system of the aircraft and uses UVC (ultraviolet) light technology to neutralize pathogens like bacteria and viruses, including H1N1, SARS, West Nile, tuberculosis and coronavirus.

PWI’s Fluorescent Light Blowing Artisan One of the Few Left in the U.S.
PWI’s Fluorescent Light Blowing Artisan One of the Few Left in the U.S.

Without flinching, PWI’s Man Van Tran gingerly holds a fluorescent-light cylinder to a blue glowing flame. His fingers numb to the heat, he steadily blows air through a plastic tube on one end, guiding its shape. In his hand, the tube bends to his will as thousands of other fluorescent lights have done since he first started with PWI back in 1983.

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