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Cleaning the air we breathe in flight
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Aviation Clean Air, LLC has introduced a new air and surface purification system for business and commercial aviation providing immediate, clean, safe and healthy cabin air by eliminating allergens and odors, while at the same time providing surface purification throughout the entire aircraft cabin.

Sneezing, coughing, touching and even breathing within the aircraft can cause contamination from harmful pathogens such as E. coli, C. diff, MRSA, Tuberculosis, Avian Flu Virus, Swine Flu Virus, SARS Virus, Staph Bacteria, Mold Spores and Allergens.

Jet fuel emissions entering and lingering in a closed cabin environment exposes the crew and passengers to annoying and potentially harmful gases. In addition, galley odors, lavatory odors and body odors are often offensive and annoying.

The Aviation Clean Air Component creates cold plasma. In the process, positive and negative ions attach to Hydrogen and Oxygen molecules in the water vapor present in the air. These ions have the property of clustering around micro particles, gases, airborne mold spores, viruses and bacteria. As this occurs, a chemical reaction takes place on the cell membrane surface of airborne biological(s) and they are transformed into OH radicals. These OH radicals rob the harmful biological of a hydrogen atom.

The cells are inactivated by severing the proteins on the cell membrane that allows the OH radicals to penetrate the membrane and bond with the

hydrogen of the cell. As a result, the cell will not be able to reproduce, will quickly die and thus eliminating the threat to humans.

The process the ACA Component replicates is the same process found in nature that controls micro particles, gases, airborne mold spores, viruses and bacteria. As the ACA process replicates nature’s process, there are no adverse effects to humans beyond what is naturally occurring in nature’s process.

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BlueSky Business Aviation News | 10th March 2016 | Issue #358