LINCOLNTON, North Carolina, August 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Following the filing of three additional technology patents, Annihilare today announced its partnership with William States Lee College from the Senior Design Engineering Program of Engineering at University of North Carolina at Charlotte to support a student project working on specialized electronic equipment to improve Annihilare’s on-site generation systems. CEO of Annihilare, Marty Paris explains, “We are delighted to work with the students of Lee College engineering at UNCCharlotte on developing a process chemistry measurement system as part of their two-semester capstone course. Annihilare is also excited to continue building world-class hypochlorous generators, while expanding our intellectual property portfolio. The new patent filings all relate to Annihilare’s on-site generation technology and a new program of hypochlorous acid disinfectant wipes.
UNCC will launch the project this fall semester with students working directly with Annihilare engineers. “Our students gain hands-on experience solving real-world problems leading to usable innovation. We are excited to work with Annihilare and improve on their unique technology,” said jim hartmann – Director, Industrial Solutions Laboratory. Students work with industry partners throughout the fall and will showcase their project results and compete for awards at the Spring Expo in early 2022.
To Annihilate, we are ushering in a new generation of cleaning. We promote healthy environments for everyone through our industry-leading technology and EPA-registered, Green Seal®-certified cleaners and disinfectants. We offer a holistic approach to fighting germs, while improving indoor air quality. In these challenging times, being able to clean and disinfect safely and more often has never been more important. Visit https://www.annihilare.com to learn more about this unique approach to sustainable infection prevention.
the Lee College of the Industrial Solutions Engineering Laboratory provides cost-effective solutions to industry partners through state-of-the-art facilities, technical expertise, educational projects for senior and graduate students, as well as R&D and faculty consultation. Senior Engineering Design Projects are now being accepted for the Spring 2022 semester. Learn more at https://isl.charlotte.edu/
Bill Bath – Annihilarity – 855.545.5677
jim hartmann – ISL@UNCC-704–614-9766