LEADING INDOOR AIR QUALITY COMPANY ANNOUNCES UPDATED NAME

Global Plasma Solutions is now GPS Air

New name, same mission

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina, June 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — One of the world’s leading indoor air quality technology companies is changing its trading name from Global Plasma Solutions to GPS Air (GPS), reflecting the company’s commitment to improving the indoor air quality.

“We decided to make this small but important change for several reasons. The GPS Air name better captures and communicates what we do and what we are particularly focused on: improving indoor air quality,” said Glenn Bruckman, CEO of GPS. “Another reason is more practical. We, our partners and our customers have been using the shortened version of our name – GPS – since our inception. We are simply formalizing what is a long-established practice.”

The name change is effective immediately and will have no impact on customers or day-to-day business operations.

About GPS Air (GPS):

Founded in 2008, GPS Air (GPS) is a leader in indoor air quality, with over 30 patents and 250,000 installations worldwide since its inception, including offices, research labs, schools, universities, healthcare facilities and airports. GPS devices work in conjunction with HVAC systems as part of a multi-layered solution to help improve indoor air quality using a unique, patented application of low-energy soft ionization technology called Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization (NPBI™). GPS-branded products are certified to UL 2998, UL’s stringent zero-ozone standard. This independent certification also complies with the guidelines of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) and follows recent guidelines from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Department of Education. GPS is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. More information on GPS can be found at www.gpsair.com.

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