The first line of protection against airborne viruses and bacteria in elevators.
Novaerus with NanoStrike® technology is a plasma-based nanotechnology designed to kill all airborne microorganisms on contact.
Welcome to Enviro-Lift, the newest division of Enviro-Mist Inc.
Enviro-Lift is the outcome of our constant search for ways to bring top of the line technology from around the globe to those who need it most. To this end, Enviro-Lift is dedicated to providing air purification solutions in small and enclosed spaces, to care for our air and keep passengers safe.
Powerful but gentle for 24/7 elevator use around the most vulnerable of people
NanoStrike Technology – Independently tested and proven
Technology tested in over 30 global, independent laboratories covering a wide range of viruses, bacteria, fungi, pollen
Utilized in up to 20,000 devices in over 55 countries.
NanoStrike Technology – Destroying pathogens at the DNA and protein level
By destroying the DNA and protein of a pathogen, including the RNA of a virus, it prevents
- A human host being infected.
- Bacteria and fungi spores from reproducing.
- Colonization and future release of infectious pathogens back into air*
- Endotoxins being emitted into air that aggravate asthma and allergies*
*When used with filters, (i.e. Novaerus Defend range)
NanoStrike Technology – Deactivates in the shortest time frame
No other technology deactivates microorganisms in the sub-second timeframe.
The typical lifespan of the excited states is about 10 ns.
Maximum exposure rates of pathogen to the NanoStrike® plasma coils is < 11 milliseconds.
Therefore the pathogen time to kill can be concluded to be somewhere between 10 ns and 11ms.
NanoStrike Technology –
The only air disinfection technology that bursts a pathogen cell
1 Kowalski (1999) indicates bacteria and spores can repair previous damage from UV via photoreactivation.
NanoStrike Technology – Guarantees no Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) in future
As NanoStrike technology delivers multiple, concurrent inactivation processes it guarantees there is no opportunity for Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) to develop over time.
Research1 has highlighted the threat of AMR developing against single inactivation methods.
1 Goldman and Travisano (2011) performed a study on the development of UVGI resistance in E. coli cells,. Their study indicated that E-coli that was continually exposed to UV light over an 80-day period developed a resistance level up to 3X that of a control group of E-coli.