BioVYZR: Upgrade Your Mask For Powered Air-Filtration N95 Protective Shield
The BioVYZR is an outer layer that protects against airborne hazards in our daily environments.
Its proprietary design provides a 360-degree seal to shield your personal space on all sides. It also features a built-in air purifying system to filter out pathogens, allergens, and pollutants from the air you breathe.
The BioVYZR a type of PPE known as a Powered Air Purifying Respirator (or PAPR). These have previously only been used in industrial or healthcare environments. The BioVYZR 1.0 packs this critical technology into a practical design that is accessible to everyone.
A battery-powered motor fan pushes air into the BioVYZR, creating positive pressure inside the BioVYZR’s hood. This positive pressure pushes out exhaled air from inside through two filtering air vents. Inflowing air passes through a N95 filter to remove up to 95% of particulate matter from the inflowing air. This includes, but is not limited to, aerosol-transmitted pathogens, mist droplets, pollen, dust, soot, and pet dander. It’s important to keep in mind that if infectious particles are caught in the filters, it is important to take precautions when replacing the filters to avoid contamination. Your BioVYZR will come with detailed instructions on how to safely replace and dispose of used filters.
VYZR Technologies was founded by siblings Dina and Yezin Al-Qaysi in response to the lack of innovative and effective Protective Personal Equipment (PPEs) available to the public in the face of a global pandemic.
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