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GLOBAL PLASMA SOLUTIONS

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Charlotte, NC 28208

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Results-driven technology

Through our patented technology, needlepoint bipolar ionization, also known as NPBI™, our products help clean indoor air by reducing airborne particles, including certain odors, viruses and bacteria.

GPS helps deliver cleaner indoor air —producing neither harmful ozone nor other harmful by-products.

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Performance Validation

Advancing the science of ionization

GPS works with third-party laboratories to continually strive for best-in-class indoor air testing. Testing is conducted in large chambers that are designed to emulate realistic applications. To learn more about testing and experiment design, please request test reports.

In-Air Testing

GPS products are designed to work with air handling systems to deliver the benefits of ionization. These tests measure the reduction of certain airborne viruses and bacteria by aerosolizing a test specimen into a large biosafety test chamber (BSL2 or BSL3) and suspending it in the air using mixing fans. Measurements of the specimen are taken at regular intervals and compared to a control without the introduction of ionization.

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Specimen Avg. Ion Density (ions/cc) % Net Reduction Testing Agency
30 Minutes60 Minutes
-10,000 40.78% 90.87% Innovative BioAnalysis
-18,000 65.38% 98.33%
Influenza A -22,000 43.41% 84.53% Innovative BioAnalysis
Influenza B

-22,000

32.71%

83.93% Innovative BioAnalysis
RSV-22,000 49.52% 94.71% Innovative BioAnalysis

The GPS NPBI technology was tested by Innovative BioAnalysis in a 20 foot wide by 8 foot high by 8 foot deep chamber with a temperature range between 69 degrees and 75 degrees Fahrenheit and a relative humidity range between 42% and 52%. The technology was used in conjunction with an air handling unit designed to create and sustain achievable ion density levels that have been observed in real-world applications. Mixing fans were used to disperse the ions and suspend the test specimen within the chamber. Significant variations in temperature, humidity or other environmental factors may impact performance. Testing the reduction rate of any virus or bacteria with GPS NPBI technology is an ongoing process, and additional testing will continue in the future. Tests conducted in the same manner with attention to all experimental variables should come within a margin of error of the results stated above.

Surface Testing

GPS products are designed to work with air handling systems to deliver the benefits of ionization. These tests measure the reduction of certain viruses and bacteria on surfaces by applying a specimen to glass slides, petri dishes or coupons and placing them on a table within a large biosafety test chamber (BSL2 or BSL3). Measurements of the specimen are taken at regular intervals and compared to a control without the introduction of ionization.

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Specimen Avg. Ion Density (ions/cc) % Net Reduction Testing Agency
30 Minutes60 Minutes
-9,700 55.50% 62.85% Innovative BioAnalysis
-10,250 55.94% 70.71%
-20,600 97.90% 99.97%
-23,600 98.49% 99.98%
Staphylococcus Aureus

-14,000

36.61% 91.55% Innovative BioAnalysis
-14,000 31.46% 86.36% Innovative BioAnalysis
MRSA

-14,000

44.91% 87.87% Innovative BioAnalysis

The GPS NPBI technology was tested by Innovative BioAnalysis in a 20 foot wide by 8 foot high by 8 foot deep chamber with a temperature range between 69 degrees and 75 degrees Fahrenheit and a relative humidity range between 42% and 52%. The technology was used in conjunction with an air handling unit designed to create and sustain achievable ion density levels that have been observed in real-world applications. Mixing fans were used to disperse the ions and suspend the test specimen within the chamber. Significant variations in temperature, humidity or other environmental factors may impact performance. Testing the reduction rate of any virus or bacteria with GPS NPBI technology is an ongoing process, and additional testing will continue in the future. Tests conducted in the same manner with attention to all experimental variables should come within a margin of error of the results stated above.

Field Testing

Field tests are conducted in actual GPS product deployments in real-world, non-laboratory settings.

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LocationComparisonResults
Major University FacilityBefore vs. After10+ testing sites monitored over a 3-day period

TVOCs reduced across all testing sites

Average total reduction of TVOCs > 20%

Air Travel Command CenterBefore vs. After1 month of particle reduction

0.3um – 87.2%
0.5um – 95.4%
1.0um – 95.8%

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