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NEW YORK, Sept. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Acclaimed NYC restaurant Philippe By Philippe Chow had Scientific Fire Prevention install the Scientific’s NPBI By GPS (NPBI) technology into their HVAC units. Ahead of NYC’s approval of restaurants reopening for indoor dining in September, Philippe By Philippe Chow sought out the most effective practices available to mitigate the risk of viral transmission indoors. The technology has been proven to eradicate 99.4% of airborne COVID-19 particles within 30 minutes. Unlike any other technology on the market, Needlepoint BiPolar Ionization (NPBI) is proven to specifically inactivate COVID-19 particles without producing ozone and environmental harm. Testing was conducted independently by the Innovative Bioanalysis laboratory.
As health authorities exhibited concern about the threat of airborne transmission, Scientific Fire Prevention tested NPBI for effectiveness against COVID-19. Previous studies proved the technology’s effective elimination of airborne viruses such as H1N1/Swine Flu, H5N1/Avian Flu and more. NPBI is currently installed in more than 150,000 HVAC units in hospitals, airports, offices, schools, and residential buildings globally.
“We believe the NPBI technology will be one powerful part of the process of safer restaurant reopenings,” says David Klein, Co-CEO of Scientific Fire Prevention.
With the goal of serving guests indoors once again, Philippe …
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