In accordance with MDA requirements, the safety and benefits of using IN-EX filtration solution was approved by Dr Eitan Israeli, CEO of the Israeli Biohazard Institute.
To support MDA’s fight against Sars-Cov2 (coronavirus), the A.L. Group is providing its ambulance services with the IN-EX solution, an easy-to-install cabin air filter which transforms the ambulance’s air conditioning unit into an active air purifier. Jointly developed with a team of scientists at Bar-Ilan University, the filter coating utilises a sonochemical technology, which initiates a chemical reaction with ultrasonic energy. Tested in third-party laboratories, this advanced technology, which is often used in the medical industry, has proven to be 99.15% efficient against Sars-Cov2, influenza, and other airborne viruses.
The filter is water-resistant and very durable and can withstand high temperatures and intense air flow. After activation, it will take less than a minute for the air in an ambulance fitted with IN-EX to be safe to breathe. The filter is simple to use, easy to assemble or replace, and does not require a power source. It is manufactured using natural, eco-friendly, and cost-efficient materials. It can also be combined with additional filter layers such as carbon or HEPA to create a multifunctional cabin filter.