Active Pathogen Scavenging Technology Continuously Disinfects Occupied Spaces in Real-Time
CIMR – Continuous Infectious Microbial Reduction
In tests at military installations, universities, medical facilities, nursing homes, independent labs, and field applications, CIMR has excelled.
CIMR has been in use since February 2020 against Covid in over 100 buildings around the world. As of this date, thousands of people, from newborns to people in their 90s’, have had no known transference of Covid within CIMR protected facilities. CIMR guards’ occupants of indoor spaces and protects them by seeking out and destroying coronavirus and other air and surface pathogens.
CIMR Technology currently is in use in small businesses, restaurants, theaters and multi-story buildings, protecting and safeguarding employees and customers.
Effective Reduction of Pathogens
- Staphylococcus Aureus
- Escherichia Coli
- Bacillus spp
- Pseudomonas Aureuginosa
- H1N1 Swine Flu
- Candida Albicans
- Stachybotrys Chartarum
“A Multi-Layered Air Defense Model to Protect Shared Air In Critical Infrastructure Sectors”
Excerpt by USAF Surgeon General P.K. Carlton, Jr., FACS (Former) from original video by REES.
“General Carlton has studied chemical and biological threats for more than 42 years. His extensive research into SARS and now COVID-19 provides the scientific basis for mitigating the risks we face today inside our buildings.”
CIMR provides up to 100 air exchanges per hour.