Envision the ideal solution for home owners and professionals who want to minimize the impact of dust, bacteria and other environmental contaminants in their homes, apartments and offices.
The ESquire solution, which was developed by ESquire and the American Coatings and Plastic Association, is made from a non-toxic material that can be safely used for industrial applications, such as coating steel, ceramics and plastics.
ESquire, the American Chemical Society, and American Coatations and Plastic are working on the solution.
ESire uses a combination of water, oxygen and a low-temperature solution that is formulated to prevent airborne particles from getting into the home.
The process also removes harmful substances from the air.
The company recently received the ESire Environmental Award for Manufacturing Innovation.
EShire said the EShire deposition solution was first tested in an environmental study conducted by the United States Geological Survey.
The survey included sampling in five metropolitan areas in the Northeast, including New York City, Boston, New Haven and Philadelphia.
ESouse’s manufacturing partner, ESquire’s parent company, ACS Nano, also participated in the study.
The ASTM International certification allows the ESouse technology to be used in applications for industrial and medical purposes.
ESarge said the test results show the technology is safe for industrial use and safe for residential and commercial use.
The American Coating and Plastic association’s certification for the ESarge solution also supports the ESume solution.
According to ESarge, the ASTM certification is the first one for a home-associated deposition solution and is a significant milestone in the development of the ESome deposition solution.
The test results for ESome are available at www.asstm.org/ESome.html.
The ENVIE award recognizes companies for innovative and disruptive technology that will advance the environmental, health and safety of communities and communities around the world.
The winner will be announced in February 2018.
ENVIES winners are announced on the second Monday of every month and the ENVISE is funded through an award of a U.S. Government Research and Development Tax Credit.
ENVE awards are given to companies that provide a meaningful contribution to the United State economy, according to the U.N. Environment Program.
ENVPE was created to increase the environmental and social impact of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) through awards that provide incentives to accelerate the diffusion of advanced technologies and reduce the cost of innovation.
For more information about ENVE, visit www.envie.org.
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