1The technology behind the Nanowave Air was tested, not the Nanowave Air itself and the tests were performed at different airflow and power settings than the airflow and power settings in the Nanowave Air device. The studies, however, were used to determine the Nanowave Air performance and this performance was verified by multiple third parties based on the data from the studies. The COVID-19 virus and the Nanowave technology is new and Dynamics currently intends to continue to perform studies with the Nanowave Technology against the COVID-19 virus. Additionally, Dynamics is utilizing and relying on third party materials, such as third party UV-C materials, and is relying on performance attributes from these third party material supplier. New studies may improve the understanding of the Nanowave technology against the COVID-19 virus and the performance data of Nanowave Air may change if new understandings are properly verified.
2Inactivation of a virus is a process where the RNA or DNA of a pathogen is damaged so it can no longer replicate. These devices are intended to inactivate SARS-CoV-2, the COVID-19 virus, and no claim is being made to stop any individual from getting COVID-19.
3Inactivation rates will vary based on relative humidity and altitude. Hours based on a 55% relative humidity and inactivation ranges cover relative humidity between 30% and 55% and the degradation of UV-C light sources over time, assuming mean performance of light sources. Hours based on device operating continuously at a given speed. If multiple speeds are utilized the device lifespan will change based on the duration the device is operated in each speed.
4Nanowave Air may treat a particular amount of air over a particular amount of time. Nanowave Air may move air differently in different environments and at different speeds. Users need to determine themselves how to deploy the Nanowave Air for a particular space.
5Subject to change.