How CASPR Disinfects Surfaces:
OTHER CASE STUDIES BY FACILITY TYPE:
SCHOOLS & BUSSES
CASPR’s mobile and in-duct disinfection technology uses a proprietary Natural Catalytic Converter (NCC) process that extracts oxygen and moisture from ambient air and then produces and continuously delivers a low concentration (less than 0.1 ppm) of gaseous hydrogen peroxide to clean a target area.
With so much attention on finding the safest and most effective ways to
protect kids and teachers during school, Sterasure, a Canadian biotechnology distributor, worked with Sporometrics, an accredited laboratory, to test and demonstrate the real-world effectiveness of CASPR’s technology in a school setting. The test was arranged through a Toronto preschool and kindergarten school in October 2020.
During the test, the school’s air was analyzed along with multiple surfaces for bacterial load. The CASPR 5000 In-Duct units were then installed, and the environment was tested again two weeks later. The surfaces tested included various high-touch surfaces, including keyboards, bathroom surfaces, desks, furniture and tech equipment.
students safe during transit. Aerobic bacteria were chosen as a surrogate to general pathogen presence but are not limiting. NCC technology has been proven effective against most other prevalent viruses, fungi and bacteria. Implementation of this system will result in a reduced bio burden on the buses and therefore should minimize the risk of pathogen transmission.
Efficacy Testing of 3 Air and Surface Disinfecting Technologies
An independent laboratory conducted testing on HVAC air and surface disinfection systems to evaluate their ability to reduce pathogens. The FDA-compliant lab compared products from three different companies using three different technology strategies
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine Laboratory Testing Report: Efﬁcacy of CASPR units with NCC technology at continuously inactivating SARS nCoV2 on surfaces in a controlled laboratory environment