Sanitization Company Donates Equipment to Nonprofit

Sanitization Company Donates Equipment to Nonprofit

Jewish co-founded company gives COVID-19 prevention products to City of Refuge, which helps people out of crisis.

Itamar Kleinberger presents sanitizing equipment to Scott Steiner of City of Refuge.
Itamar Kleinberger presents sanitizing equipment to Scott Steiner of City of Refuge.

Aguair LLC, a Marietta company that produces sanitizing products to help prevent COVID-19, last month donated two pieces of advanced disinfectant equipment to City of Refuge, a 23-year-old faith-based organization on Atlanta’s Westside that helps individuals and families transition out of crisis.

Beyond providing food, shelter and health care to women and children, the campus includes a Workforce Innovation Hub, which offers mentoring and training focused on job readiness and job placement. Multiple programs are offered in coding, automotive, culinary arts, customer service, security and health care.

“The donation provides another key to the puzzle in keeping our students safe as they step onto our campus and start their journey towards light, hope and life transformation” said Scott Steiner, City of Refuge’s vice president of strategy and development.

Itamar Kleinberger, co-founder of Aguair, said of the July 29 donation, “The City of Refuge is a longstanding institution in our great city, and it provides invaluable service to some of the most vulnerable members of our society. It is an honor to be able to donate SaniCart™ and ClensAir™ to the City of Refuge to help protect students and staff at the Innovation Hub as well as the residents at this facility.”

SaniCart™ is a mobile, micro-fogging surface and air sanitization system. When paired with EPA-approved disinfectants, it kills pathogens, including coronaviruses, by fogging the air and covering surfaces in a few minutes. It uses an automated process that works by rolling the cart into a room and pressing the start button to deliver the disinfectant.

ClensAir™ is an air purifier that uses a six-layer purification process to remove viruses, bacteria, mold, allergens and other impurities from the air, including coronaviruses. It can be used in any enclosed area, particularly high traffic, to reduce airborne spread of pathogens.

Some national users of Aguair’s sanitization equipment include Del Monte Foods, CVS, Boys & Girls Clubs and Ecolab, as well as small businesses such as dental offices, spas and wellness centers, restaurants and lounges and educational institutions.

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