The Direct Air Treatment Module
Taza Aya’s Direct Air Treatment Module (DATM) helps prevent airborne transmission of infectious diseases more effectively than traditional methods.
The risks from airborne biological contaminants come from two factors: how well they can be transported in air, and how infectious they are.
Most approaches to airborne pathogen protection filter particles out of the air, which only addresses the transportation factor. Other methods inactivate contaminants over a period of exposure (such as UV treatment). Taza Aya’s DATM both removes and inactivates airborne contaminants — and does it almost instantly.
The DATM is being developed for two application spaces: a wearable device and a device for integration into building-scale heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems.
“The non-thermal plasma technology being commercialized by [Taza Aya]...would’ve saved us $2 million in repopulation costs, and up to $10 million in losses due to poor herd health….It was able to provide an alternative to vaccines that are largely ineffective.” — Pork producer in Michigan