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Now more than ever, making sure your spa and leisure facilities are properly cleaned is of the utmost importance
– Chris Dooley

Health and wellness tech start-up Puraclenz has launched a collection of ionic air and surface purifiers to help spas, gyms and leisure facilities safely reopen after lockdown.

Inspired by the technology used to provide clean air for astronauts, Puraclenz’s ozone-free purifiers deactivate viruses, bacteria and other harmful pathogens in the air and on exposed services, without producing fumes.

“Now more than ever, making sure your spa and leisure facilities are properly cleaned is of the utmost importance,” said Chris Dooley, co-founder and CEO of Puraclenz.

“With Puraclenz units installed, business owners can ensure the air and exposed surfaces in their facilities are being proactively cleaned 24/7, so patrons can feel comfortable and confident getting back to their regular wellness routines.”

The purifiers use patented ionization technology and can be installed on walls, ceiling or used as a portable unit.

The start-up has created two different systems; the P1500 – to purify large spaces up to 1,500sq ft such as gyms and large office space; and the P3000 – for extra-large spaces up to 3,000sq ft, including restaurants, hallways and waiting rooms.

Later in 2021, Puraclenz will release the P500 to clean medium-size rooms up to 500sq ft such as spa treatment spaces and hotel rooms.

For additional information, visit Puraclenz’s official website.

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Company Details
Puraclenz
Puraclenz is a technology company working to solve the world’s biggest health crisis in over a century. Its mission is to get people back to business, by using its purification technology to safely clean indoor air and surfaces, continuously and efficiently.
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Puraclenz LLC P.O. Box 733 Old Greenwich, CT 06870 USA
Telephone
1-833-360-PURA
Health and wellness tech start-up Puraclenz has launched a collection of ionic air and surface purifiers to help spas, gyms and leisure facilities reopen after lockdown.
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