PurHygenics

Stop the Spread of Harmful Pathogens

Without the need for masks!

Protect air and surfaces with CASPR’s Continuous Air & Surface Pathogen Reduction Technology.

Breathe easy with 99.96% Disinfection

Protect air and surfaces with proven, effective and continuous disinfection. All day, every day, CASPR works with ambient air in your environment to create oxidizing molecules which safely neutralize pathogens and keep you safe and protected.

CASPR: A Mask for Your Environment™

SARS-CoV-2 viruses

SARS-CoV-2 viruses

Fecal matter found on the hand due to poor hygiene.

Enterococus Facium (VRE)

Person-to-person contact after being exposed to an open wound.

Klebsiella Pneumonia

Airborne bacteria found in healthcare facilities.

Acinetobactor Baumonii

Free-living baterium spread in healthcare facilities.

Pseudomonas Aeruginosa

Bacteria spread through food, water, and human contact.

Enterobacter species

Where it Works

(Spoiler: Everywhere!)

Restaurants

Hostess Area

Dining Room

Bar Area

Kitchen

Offices

Reception/Lobby

Offices

Cubicles

Conference Rooms

Break Room

Schools

Classrooms

Library

Gymnasium

K-12

Universities

PUBLIC SPACES

Churches

Gyms

Theaters

Retail Space

Living Spaces

Dormitories

Residential

Commercial

Hotels

Independent Living Facilities

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Health Facilities

Hospitals

Assisted Living

Nursing Homes

Medical Offices

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Our Systems work with the ambient air in your environment to create oxidizing molecules, like hydrogen peroxide, at levels certified OSHA safe.

Every Surface. Every Second. Everywhere.

PurHygenics systems, including our CASPR units, offer both in-duct and free-standing solutions that easily install and show immediate improvement. These devices come in a variety of sizes and a combination of these units can be used to cover your Restaurant, Office, School, or Home. 

News & Updates

The CDC takes a step toward virus-free air in schools and offices

The coronavirus pandemic taught Americans to wear good masks, avoid big crowds and test often to stop the spread of viral illness. Also crucial, but not fully understood early in the crisis, is that indoor air quality is key to reducing viral transmission. Fortunately, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released on Friday pathbreaking new guidance to improve ventilation in buildings, with specific targets that can make a difference the next time a novel virus strikes — or even when a bad flu is going around.

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Piedmont, SC 29673