Indianapolis, IN, July 31, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- With the widespread fear of the H5N1 bird flu strain sweeping Asia and Southeast Europe, Pure Air Systems, Inc. has shipped nine of the HEPA air filtration systems overseas to Pakistan. In an effort to dramatically reduce the potential risks of the Asian bird flue impacting their local food supplies, these air purifiers will be installed in poultry facilities. Specifically, they will be used to create "pathogen-free chicken breeding pens."
Obviously a practical solution for frightened chicken farmers, high-performance air filtration systems are an affordable alternative to the possible loss of an entire flock. By breeding poultry known to be healthy, the HEPA units are expected to be instrumental in any potential avian virus removal to ensure the flocks can be raised in a controlled environment.
While it is still unclear whether or not the H5N1 bird flu strain has or will mutate to affect humans or other animals, people are becoming alarmed due to the various government warnings and massive media attention on the subject. As a result, Pure Air System's president, Don Musilli, states, "We anticipate an increase in business due to this problem. We seem to be getting an awful lot of inquiries."
Anyone interested in learning more about HEPA air filtration solutions for coping with the prospect of the Asian bird flu virus can visit Pure Air System's website (http://www.pureairsystems.com/h5n1-bird-flu.cfm). Additional information explaining HEPA technology is available at in the Pure Air University section of their website (http://www.pureairsystems.com/university.cfm).
Pure Air University is provided by Pure Air Systems, Inc. as a service to end-use consumers, as well as contractors and builders. With over 20 years in the industry, Pure Air Systems, Inc. understands that customers want high-quality HEPA air purifiers and high-quality information. Specific details regarding HEPA technology is explained in the Pure Air University section of the website (http://www.pureairsystems.com/university.cfm).
Pure Air Systems, Inc.
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