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Vancouver company starts testing purification technology

"The average grower loses 30% of his crop because of poor air quality"

Following a pilot project, Atmofizer will begin secondary testing of its agglomeration technology with SANlight products in Austria. Atmofizer's technology uses proprietary sound wave technology to agglomerate microscopic airborne particles making them easier to capture and neutralize with UV light. SANlight is a leader in LED lighting technology for indoor gardening.

Mold is one of the most dangerous particulates in the air for all living things and is a major factor in negatively impacting crop yield per year. "The average grower loses 30% of his crop because of poor air quality," said Martin Anker, CEO of SANlight.

"While I was CEO of Bluma Wellness, a Florida-based cannabis cultivator, we installed Atmofizer units in our greenhouses and our processing/packaging facilities, and we saw positive results. This is an exciting potential vertical for Atmofizer's technology," said Brady Cobb, former Bluma Wellness CEO and a member of the Company's newly formed agricultural advisory board.

"I am excited to leverage my expertise in the space and work with Atmofizer and SANlight in this application of Atmofizer's technology," said Martin Anker. "Together we have the potential to develop a solution for horticulture applications which maximizes crop yield by using efficient light and air purification technologies."

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