Viruskiller has its roots in a country where the purification of indoor spaces is standard practice and the government rigorous in its regulation of indoor air quality, Viruskiller not only kills viruses effectively but also deals with all known indoor air quality problems.
The South Korean government's confidence in the technology is evident in the fact that Viruskiller has received multiple government development grants, and the technology was the only technology to meet the Government specification for lung examination room.
It's also the only technology that the Leukaemia Association of South Korea recommends for home care.
In South Korea alone, Viruskiller has been installed in more than 370 000 locations across the country, including most of the hospitals. It has also been deployed in educational spaces, government buildings and other indoor establishments, such as restaurants, museums, libraries, commercial areas, and care homes.