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The Capability of the Genesis Air 2002B.mil to Remove and Neutralize High Concentrations of Airborne Biological Contaminants Amy K. Swinford, DVM MS,Dipl. ACVM


Photocatalysis: Considerations for IAQ-Sensitive Engineering Designs Engineered Systems Magazine March 25, 2006 David J Branson P.E.


Photocatalysis: Raising the Stakes for IAQ David J Branson P.E.


On the qualities of the air as affected by radiant energies (photocatalytic ionization processes for remediation of indoor environments)1 Stacy L Daniels


IEQ EPA Green Chemistry Challenge Awards Program Nomination 2008 122808X


Federal Interagency Committee on Indoor Air Quality (CIAQ) EPA/CIAQ


Reduction of Indoor Airborne Mold Spores in a Hospital Facility by the Genesis Air Photocatalysis Amy K Swinford,DVM MS, Dipl. ACVM


An Application of Genesis Air GAP PCO Technologies for Antiterrorism Force Protection David J Branson, PE


Formaldehyde Test Report: Genesis Air Populated Catalyst Panel RTI Report Number: A03230901


Office VOC Mixture Test Report: Genesis Air Populated Catalyst Panel RTI Report Number: A03230902


Performance Assessment of the Exploration Water Recovery System
D. Layne Carter, David Tabb, and Jay Perry National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)


Photocatalytic reactors: design for effective air purification
Michael Birnie1, Saffa Riffat2, and Mark Gillott2 1 INREB Faraday Associate, School of the Built Environment, Nottingham University, Nottingham, United Kingdom 2 School of the Built Environment, Nottingham University, Nottingham, United Kingdom


Development of Assessment Protocols For Security Measures - A Scoping Study October Final Report NCEMBT-091027 October 2009 William Bahnfleth, James Freihaut, Justin Bem, The Pennsylvania State University, T. Agami Reddy, Steven Snyder, Drexel University Davor Novosel, National Center for Energy Management and Building Technologies, Prepared For: U.S. Department of Energy William Haslebacher, Project Officer / Manager


Health care Purchasing News Hospitals Face Rising Pressure for Clean Air


Trane Offers Industry’s First Commercial Air Handler with a Photocatalytic Oxidation Air Cleaner as a Standard Option Lexington, Ky., June 26, 2012 - Trane, a leading global provider of indoor comfort systems and services and a brand of Ingersoll Rand, now offers the industry’s first photocatalytic oxidation air cleaning system as a standard option for cataloged air handling units.


RTI final report November 2012; RTI tested the efficacy of microbe inactivation by the in-duct ultraviolet photocatalytic oxidation (UV-PCO) air cleaner and the Model 2008 B3 (serial number B3-1-08-003) air purifier unit on behalf of Genesis Air. This letter report details the results of the tests.