Commercial air sanitation is one of the most important investments for cold storage facilities to eliminate ethylene gas. Indeed without AiroCide’s commercial air purification, ethylene gas will rapidly ripen and ruin your perishables. Keep reading to learn how we can help your facility eliminate ethylene gas and increase your products’ shelf life.
NASA astronauts developed our AiroCide air purification technology to remove ethylene gas and mold from their greenhouse in space. As ethylene gas is naturally produced by plants, enclosed facilities can quickly be overcome with the spoiling, invisible gas. This space-age technology was created and proven to eliminate ethylene gas and keep their crops vibrant longer.
AiroCide commercial air sanitation is trusted to kill more than 99.99% of airborne pathogens including VOCs like ethylene gas. Thousands of AiroCide units are in operation helping to eliminate ethylene gas for grocers, florists and more.
Since ethylene gas is invisible and odorless, it’s easy to forget how large of a threat it is to your business. When your flowers are withering and your produce is maturing faster than you can transfer them from your cold storage facility, you could lose thousands. The easiest way to avoid ethylene gas is by simply installing our AiroCide air sanitation “plug and play” system.
Our technology tirelessly works 24/7 to extend your products’ shelf life and improve food safety. The ethylene gas scrubbers work to remove and destroy VOCs, mold and other airborne threats. It quietly turns them into trace amounts of water vapor and carbon dioxide and pushes pure air to your facility.
When your product thrives, your business benefits. By trusting AiroCide to provide clean air to your storage facilities, you are investing in the protection and vibrancy of your product. We know how valuable purified air is to your profits, so eliminating and preventing ethylene gas and mold from harming your crop is in our, and your, best interest. Contact us today to learn more about our technology or for a free facility proposal!