As the world looks for a safe reopening from COVID shutdowns, an Israeli startup believes it holds a key by providing one of the things needed most: clean air.

Three years ago, Aviad Shnaiderman and his brother Eldar decided to take their father’s heating and air conditioning business into high-tech air quality. Now, Shnaiderman is CEO of Aura Air.

“Our product is a one-stop-shop. It’s a full solution for indoor air quality, from detection, analyzing and providing you [a] purifier and disinfecting the air,” Schneiderman told CBN News.

“From your house to your office space, hotels, automotive industry, buses, trains, any indoor environment that you can think of. We are the best solution for that,” he said.

Even before COVID-19, Israel’s Sheba Medical Center used Aura Air, which touts it can filter out most particles from allergens to viruses and bacteria.

“Sheba used this product because in hospitals we have a lot of infection problems,” Schnaiderman explained.

Sheba hospital tested Aura Air against the coronavirus and found it 99.9% effective. Now the company has a pilot project in an Israeli school.

Read the full article at CBN News

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