Park Hyatt Dubai to deploy industrial air purifiers developed by NASA

Park Hyatt Dubai to deploy industrial air purifiers developed by NASA

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Park Hyatt Dubai has partnered with NASA-developed AiroCide technology to deploy air purifiers throughout the property. Twenty purifiers have been placed in areas such as the lobby, the lounge, Noépe, Lakeview and Boardwalk restaurants and an additional 54 units have been put in all of the holiday villas. 

The technology is based on the immediate destruction of airborne contaminants — not collecting or trapping them in a filter. The innovative contamination control device is clinically proven to eradicate viruses, bacteria, mold and other harmful airborne particles. 

Studies have proven that tiny aerosol droplets released when people breathe, talk, cough or sneeze can carry live infectious viruses that linger in the air for hours. Masks and distancing cannot completely prevent people from being infected by these aerosols. The AiroCide patented technology combines two known pathogen-killing techniques, photocatalytic oxidation (PCO) and ultraviolet light to destroy harmful airborne microbes. 

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