Molekule Reviewed in New York Times' Hotel Air Filtration Feature

Molekule Reviewed in New York Times' Hotel Air Filtration Feature
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Molekule Air uses PECO technology that has been developed over the past 25 years to create a revolutionary change in air purification. The company uses a technology that breaks down pollutants, bacteria, and viruses at the molecular level. By destroying bacteria and viruses through nanotechnology, the smallest particles floating in the air can be targeted and destroyed.

The company is committed to clean air. Molekule Air Mini was made for homes and small offices, Molekule Air Pro was made for larger office spaces (or floors of the home), and Molekule Air Pro RX was created for hospitals and medical facilities. The company has developed devices for every need in an attempt to provide cleaner air to the places that need it most.

Molekule Air Pro RX is the largest unit. Air Pro RX was created for commercial spaces and medical facilities. It satisfies performance criteria outlined in FDA guidance for use in helping to destroy SARS-CoV-2, the COVID-19 virus. The FDA granted Molekule 510(k) Class II Medical Device Clearance for Air Pro RX. Air Pro RX does not impact laminar airflow in medical settings or produce ozone.

The low maintenance and quick setup make Air Pro RX ideal for many businesses. Air units require no setup and won't be connected to the HVAC system, so they are easy to move around as needed. The purifying units are also easy to simply plug in and go, with no complicated system timers or setup needed. The caster wheels on Air Pro RX make it easy to move to different locations, and the sleek square shape will fit easily into most spaces.

During a difficult year, hotels and resorts need all of the help they can get. Molekule is driven to help businesses stay open by offering options for higher air quality. Hotels will have to keep up with demand with facilities that are clean and prepared for guests. Therefore, air purifying units are in high demand with the increased need for cleaning and disinfecting.

Investing in Purifying Air Technology

The New York Times reports that "hotels have long offered allergy-free or wellness rooms to travelers that feature heightened purification systems." With the current concerns about COVID-19, hotels have to put in extra work toward offering guests virus-free spaces. Through increased cleaning, air filtration, and air purification, hotels are more likely to achieve this promise to keep guests as safe as possible.

When Mercyhealth announced its decision to include Molekule Air Pro RX in hospitals throughout Illinois and Wisconsin, Jaya Rao, the co-founder and co-CEO of Molekule said:

As a company rooted in scientific innovation, we are constantly looking at ways to bring the power of PECO technology to those who need it most. Today, we are facing an invisible threat in the air, and it's more important than ever to get our PECO technology into medical facilities where patients are in respiratory distress and healthcare workers are at a high risk of airborne exposure. The work we are doing with Mercyhealth is a defining moment for getting new air purification technology deployed in the battle against this virus.

In the same way, Molekule units are well equipped to battle the virus in any home or commercial setting. The Molekule team continues to push for innovative new solutions that improve air quality with a goal to provide clean air to everyone, everywhere.

While air purifiers can provide an additional layer of protection to help reduce potential viral exposure, Molekule encourages use of PPE and medical countermeasures suggested by government authorities.

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