Exton-based United Safety & Survivability Corporation Partnerships with Leading Manufacturer of Heavy-duty Transit Buses

United Safety and Survivability Corporation

EXTON, PA — United Safety & Survivability Corporation announced a partnership with GILLIG to provide industry-leading technology that will take bus transportation cleanliness to a new level.

This new product innovation is an active air filtration system that uses Florida-based RGF Environmental Group, Inc.’s patented UV light and Photohydroinization® technology to neutralize airborne pollutants such as bacteria, mold, and viruses, including SARS-CoV-2 which causes COVID-19. Studies have shown a 99% reduction of airborne pathogens. The unit is a standalone system that can be easily retrofitted into completed or new transportation buses.

“We are excited to release the next generation of air quality systems in partnership with GILLIG,” said Joe Mirabile, President and CEO of United Safety & Survivability Corporation. “These UV-PHI air systems paired with antimicrobial and antibacterial treatments will significantly increase the safety of all ridership by increasing air quality and overall surface cleanliness. This represents the next generation in cutting edge air quality improvements that our ridership and hero bus drivers deserve.”

“GILLIG is working hard to make transit as safe as possible,” said Bill Fay, GILLIG vice president of sales. “We are proud to partner with United Safety to help ensure the health of passengers, drivers, and the communities they serve.”

“We are looking forward to aligning our mission of safety with GILLIG,” said Ray Melleady, Executive Vice President of United Safety & Survivability. “Active Air is proven to create a dynamic antimicrobial environment that benefits bus operators and transit customers all day long while the vehicle is in operation,” he continued. “I commend GILLIG for making this technology available on future fleet procurements.”

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