CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland’s NASA Glenn Research Center has joined the fight against the coronavirus. It’s collaborating with Kent-based company Emergency Products and Research to create a fogging system called AMBUstat G2.
- The system sprays a mist full of disinfectant that will kill pathogens floating in the air, such as the coronavirus
- The product is being developed and tested within Northeast Ohio
- Engineers hope to keep it cost-effective so underserved communities can afford it
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Written by Rachele Mongiovi.
Originally published May 4, 2020.