A Plug-And-Purify Device to Eliminate COVID-19 and Other Viruses
The Texas Restaurant Association (TRA) has strategically partnered with Integrated Viral Protection (IVP) to re-open restaurants and businesses in San Antonio with support from the IVP Biodefense Indoor Air Protection System, which the company says is an affordable, mobile plug-and-purify device designed to instantly eliminate SARS-CoV-2, anthrax spores and other airborne contaminants at 99.999% through a heated filter that does not impact the temperature of the ambient indoor air.
The system was first designed by IVP founder and inventor Monzer Hourani, who has a background in physics, science and engineering. Hourani developed the advanced biodefense system in partnership with Dr. Garrett Peel, co-founder of IVP; Dr. Zhifeng Ren, director of the Superconductivity Center of Texas at the University of Houston; and other scientists.
“The time for action is now! Helping to reopen restaurants and businesses with this proven science that kills COVID-19 is very important to me. We are using Houston-based research to help address this crisis and to help business owners and operators to meet the needs of their customers, generate revenue, and employ workers,” Hourani said.
“Maximizing the use of science and technology is what will lead us through and out of this public health crisis,” Peel said. “This invention by Monzer Hourani provides restaurants and businesses the ability to breathe with confidence and enables them to play a critical role in reopening our economy.”
IVP, created by Hourani in April in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, fosters the research, development and deployment of technologies that offer biodefense solutions to mitigate transmission of biological threats in indoor environments.