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Article from BTNews 28 SEPTEMBER 2009

Clean air for BAE

BAE SYSTEMS has joined forces with Quest International UK to introduce to the world’s airlines the AirManager, a radical new active air management system, which, it is claimed, sets a new standard for exceptionally clean air on board aircraft.  The system was initially developed in the late 1990s, for use in the health sector.  Since then some 5,000 units have been supplied to hospitals, nurseries, veterinary premises, quarantine centres and many other sectors.  It uses a revolutionary development called CCFT (Close Coupled Field Technology) which is a contained and safe electrical field that eliminates smells, and breaks down and destroys airborne pathogens, contaminants and toxins. www.airmanager.com

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