Extreme Heat Means Quick Decon

May 2004
Fire Chief;May2004, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p22
Trade Publication
Reports on the development of BioBlower, a technology that can safety, inexpensively and quickly decontaminate offices or buildings of airborne biological agents in the United States. Responder and homeland security applications of BioBlower; Ability of BioBlower to destroy pathogens by rapidly heating contaminated air; Application of patent for the technology.


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