Princeton BioDefense Systems and Synexis® Join Forces With the New Jersey PGA to Improve Indoor Air Quality for Employees, Members and Guests at Their Corporate Headquarters

Princeton BioDefense Systems has installed Synexis® DHP™ systems at the NJ PGA Headquarters as part of a drive to create a safer indoor air quality environment for PGA employees, members and guest visitors.

NJ PGA Headquarter facilities now protected by Synexis

The New Jersey PGA and New Jersey Golf Foundation now join many other institutions in partnering with Princeton BioDefense Systems, the Contract Distributor of Synexis® systems. Strategically placed in the HVAC system to best ensure antimicrobial effectiveness and air purity in the NJ PGA offices and hitting bays, the Synexis systems work continuously without disrupting staff and guests.

"Now that in-person interaction is back, it's critical that we stay ahead of the curve in terms of technology to keep our corporate headquarters safe," said Chris Hunt, Executive Director - New Jersey Golf Foundation. "Synexis is a cutting-edge solution that provides a comprehensive remedy that ensures safety, clear air, and exemplifies our commitment to the wellbeing of our guests and staff. Golf facilities throughout the New Jersey Section that feel the same about their members, staff and guests, could benefit from the state-of-the-art science and technology Synexis provides."

Synexis patented technology deploys DHP™ to proactively clean the air and surfaces. DHP™ molecules travel throughout an enclosed space to reduce viruses, bacteria, mold, odors and many insects. Generated from ambient humidity and oxygen naturally present in the environment, DHP™ is effectively delivered in occupied spaces at levels well below occupational airborne safety standards established by OSHA, which allows for continuous microbial reduction without disturbing normal operations and workflow. DHP™ is able to mitigate contaminants in the air and on surfaces, especially in hard-to-reach places.

Synexis Dry Hydrogen Peroxide Technology Inactivates Infectious SARS-CoV-2 Virus On Surfaces 
The installation of the DHP™ systems begins reducing viral load in larger indoor spaces (total volume 5,940 ft3) in 45 minutes, and significantly reduces surface levels of infectious SARS-CoV-2 virus in 120 minutes of continuous treatment. These results were included in an independent study published in the American Journal of Infection Control.

Princeton BioDefense Systems is the Contract Distributor of Synexis® systems and is located at 300 Carnegie Center Drive Suite 150, Princeton, NJ, 08540. Visit them at

Synexis develops BioDefense Systems designed to make air and surfaces cleaner. The Synexis BioDefense are regulated by the US Environmental Protection Agency and state governments as antimicrobial devices. Accordingly, Synexis devices are produced in an EPA registered facility and packaged and labeled in accordance with EPA regulations appearing at 40 CFR 152.500. The Synexis Systems are Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Certified (UL2998) to produce no ozone and work continuously without disruptions in normal operations or workflow. Synexis currently holds 23 U.S. patents with 13 pending. In addition, Synexis DHP™ Technology is supported by data from six peer-reviewed studies.

Source: Princeton BioDefense Systems


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Tags: environmental safety, facilites management, indoor air quality