Able Freight/A1 Cold Storage uses AiroCide air sanitation technology

Jan. 21, 2014
KES Science & Technology Inc announced that Able Freight/A1 Cold Storage has integrated NASA-developed AiroCide food safety preventive controls air sanitation technology into its cold storage warehouses as added protection from environmental pathogens.

KES Science & Technology Inc announced that Able Freight/A1 Cold Storage has integrated NASA-developed AiroCide food safety preventive controls air sanitation technology into its cold storage warehouses as added protection from environmental pathogens.
Able Freight handles products with precision. The firm exports more than 75,000 tons of perishables annually. Many of the world’s most recognized brands trust Able Freight with their shipments. Its 20 years in the business and hundreds of years of collective employee experience mean that customers benefit from knowledge, responsiveness, and innovation.
The AiroCide Photo Catalytic Oxidation (PCO) system destroys airborne mold, fungi, food allergens, bacteria, unpleasant odors, viruses, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as ethylene gas, as well as overall reduction of VOC emissions.
“Since installing AiroCide, we have been very satisfied with the air sanitation technology” said Peter Dauer, Able Freight food safety coordinator.
AiroCide complements quality assurance and food safety best-practices programs while maximizing product shelf-life and assuring optimal product integrity. It helps reduce food spoilage while also lowering the risk of product recalls.
For more information about Able Freight, phone 310-568-8883 or access www.ablefreight.com.
AiroCide is manufactured and distributed by Atlanta GA-based KES Science and Technology. Go to www.kesair.com or contact Jimmy Lee at 678-488-5847 for more information.

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