Lehigh Valley International Airport to Feature Caesar Rivise, PC Client’s COVID-Destroying LifeAire Systems Air Purification System
Posted on Apr 14, 2022 in Blog
As part of a $29 million infrastructure project involving the creation of a new Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Checkpoint, Lehigh Valley International Airport (ABE) will be installing Caesar Rivise client LifeAire Systems’ air purification system in the Summer of 2022. ABE will be the first airport to install the patented system using LifeAire Systems’ technology in an effort to further safeguard the health and safety of travelers and airport employees.
LifeAire Systems’ patented design is mathematically and genomically modeled to kill or inactivate the most infectious biological pathogens, including–but not limited to–anthrax spores, COVID-19 (Coronavirus), tuberculosis, and influenza on a single pass through the system. Originally designed for medical applications, LifeAire Systems’ technology has been protecting patients, staff, and visitors for years in medical settings, including in-vitro fertilization programs, acute care facilities, and hospitals. In recent years, the industries served by LifeAire have expanded to include long-term care facilities, schools, police stations, and now, airports.
The innovative multi-stage air purification system was invented by Kathryn C. Worrilow, PhD., Founder and CEO of LifeAire Systems, LLC. Dr. Worrilow’s technology is protected by patents in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, China, Germany, Spain, Italy, the UK, the Netherlands, India, Brazil, and Israel. Attorney James Kozuch, resident attorney of Caesar Rivise’s Allentown office, and several other attorneys in the firm’s Philadelphia office have been intellectual property counsel to Dr. Worrilow and LifeAire Systems since 2009 and have procured 19 patents and many trademark registrations for the company.
More information on LifeAire Systems’ new partnership with ABE is available here.