Global Plasma Solutions Virus Air Scrubber
Class Action Against Global Plasma Solutions
Reich & Binstock has filed the first class action in the country against Global Plasma Solutions (GPS) and their Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization (NPBI) technology used in air filtration systems.
GPS claims that their NPBI products are able to reduce over 99% of the SARS-Co-v2 virus in the air. Sales for the NPBI systems skyrocketed during the pandemic as customers sought a way to safely filter the virus out of the air in their homes and places of work.
However, numerous independent studies have been unable to reproduce this level of virus reduction in their testing, leading to doubts about the efficacy of the GPS devices.
Serious concerns have also been raised about the levels of harmful byproducts like ozone, acetone, and toluene created by the NPBI air filtration systems.
These devices have been installed in homes, schools, and offices across the country. If you have purchased a GPS NPBI air filtration product, please contact us for a free consultation to discuss your rights.
At Reich and Binstock, we are counsel in a class action case filed in Delaware against GPS for selling a consumer product that does not conform to the representations made by the company with respect to its ability to eliminate Covid 19 virus.
Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization Technology
Global Plasma Solutions’ patented Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization technology is found in all seven of GPS’s air treatment systems, including: GPS-FC48-AC, GPS-FC24-AC, GPS-DM48-AC, GPS-FC-3-BAS, GPS-IMOD, GPS-IRIB-18 and GPS-IRIB-36.
GPS represents the Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization technology as being superior to other air treatment methods, in that the technology can eliminate harmful VOCs, doesn’t allow harmful byproducts to be emitted, and produces cleaner air-specifically that the technology removes toxins such as the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
When these representations were examined by an independent academic study, the results could not be replicated.
GPS and Covid-19 Claims
Global Plasma Solutions claim that its products can kill the COVID-19 virus is now under scrutiny. According to a technical assessment of bipolar ionization by Boeing, the results to verify the claims remain inconclusive.
Furthermore, the independent studies touted by GPS were actually company funded and may have failed to reflect the real-world situations in which the technology would be used.
GPS Class Action Lawsuit
As a skilled and experienced product liability firm, Reich & Binstock of Houston are here to help those who have purchased a Global Plasma Solutions product. If you or an employer purchased an ionizing air purification device and would like to receive more information about the lawsuit, we encourage you to contact our office right away. To schedule your free consultation, please call 713-622-7271 today.
There is a never a fee unless we recover on your behalf.