Aerus Brings NASA-Inspired Technology to Mitsubishi Vehicles in Brazil
Aerus partners with auto giant to protect drivers from deadly pollution, airborne viruses and bacteria
São Paolo, Brazil – Mitsubishi Motors of Brazil has announced plans to outfit its Pajero Full 2017 SUV with AutoPure, a technology developed and owned by Aerus, LLC, formerly Electrolux USA. An early stage version of the technology was developed by NASA scientists to manage contaminants on the International Space Station.
Aerus’ ActivePure Technology Key Example of the Impact Space Exploration has on America’s Economy
Recognizing Aerus’ significant investment in the commercialization of this NASA technology, the Space Foundation recently inducted the firm and its founder into the Space Technology Hall of Fame, a great tool for highlighting the contribution space makes to our economy.
ActivePure® Named in Top 7 Space Technologies that Changed the World
ActivePure Technology: Cleaning and Purifying Air and Surfaces
Inducted into the Space Technology Hall of Fame in 2017, ActivePure Technology was originally named ActivePure Radiant Catalytic Ionization (RCI) Technology and was developed by NASA scientists to eliminate ethylene gas onboard the International Space Station.
Light-Induced Oxidation Cleans Air, Surfaces, Clothes
During a natural gas leak from this well in Aliso Canyon in late 2015 and early 2016, thousands of residents were relocated from the neighboring Los Angeles neighborhood of Porter Ranch. But thousands more were able to stay in place after Southern California Gas ordered 10,000 Air Scrubber Plus units and distributed them to residents. The devices are based on a more advanced form of an air purifier built for NASA in the 1990s, which breaks down organic contaminants in the air.