New Pathogen Reduction Technology Installed at the Airport

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, Corpus Christi International Airport (CCIA) has worked to enhance cleaning processes in the terminal. CCIA has now installed new devices that will help make the terminal safer and cleaner than ever. It’s called pureAir3000. 

pureAir3000 works by taking oxygen and moisture from the air, converting it into hydrogen peroxide, and releasing it back into the air to attack germs and pathogens. The units are placed in areas of the terminal where people tend to gather. This technology is currently used in medical environments and it works continuously, 24 hours a day. 

The addition of pureAir3000 at CCIA is the latest in a long list of steps taken at the airport to assure the safest environment possible for travelers, tenants, and employees. Inside the terminal, you’ll see social distancing markers on the floors, sneeze guards at the ticket counters, hand sanitizer stations, and automatic faucets, soap dispensers and towel dispensers in the public restrooms. CCIA is also cleaning the terminal regularly with the Clorox® Total 360® System which pairs the power of Clorox cleaner with an electrostatic sprayer that delivers the agent to the front, backs and sides of surfaces. 

The pureAir3000 units are a very visual reminder of CCIA’s commitment to a clean and safe environment for travelers, tenants, and employees. For more information or to coordinate a time to get a closer look at the pureAir3000 units, please contact Kim Bridger-Hunt, CCIA Marketing Manager at 361-774-7871 or by email at kimb@cctexas.com.