Richard Salinaro Joins SecureAire, Inc.

Oldsmar, Florida, September 6th, 2016

SecureAire announced today that Dr. Richard Salinaro has been appointed to the position of Vice President Materials Development.
Dr. Salinaro brings a wealth of experience in filtration materials and science to the SecureAire team. During his nearly 19 years with Pall Corporation (a wholly owned subsidiary of Danaher Corporation (NYSE, DHR)), Dr. Salinaro served in the capacities of Research Scientist and Group Leader while culminating his Pall Career in the role of Corporate Scientist. As Corporate Scientist, Dr. Salinaro led teams in the development of new surface chemistries and membrane materials. These developments spread throughout Pall’s markets and businesses. Furthermore, his group was responsible for identifying early stage groundbreaking technologies that enhanced Pall’s existing products and also facilitated entry into previously untapped markets.
“We are delighted with the addition of Dr. Salinaro to the SecureAire Team”, said the company’s Chairman, Don Hess. “Rich’s experience and knowledge in the area of membranes and materials will add to the SecureAire’s vision of developing cutting edge technology for wide scale commercialization and adoption.”
According to Dr. Salinaro, “SecureAire has a powerful and unique Intellectual Property position for the overall treatment of the Indoor Air Environment. I look forward to enhancing SecureAire’s technological lead and to providing potential access to new filtration markets.”
Dr. Salinaro earned his PhD in Physical Organic Chemistry from Yale University and a BS in Chemistry from Fairfield University. His duties as Vice President of Materials Development begin immediately.

About SecureAire:
SecureAire was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Oldsmar, Florida. The Company is rapidly becoming the industry leader in Particle Control Technologies, which are based upon technologies developed and employed by Semiconductor Cleanrooms. SecureAire has advanced and further developed a number of highly sophisticated air purification technologies that make “air flow the dominant transport mechanism for all airborne contamination.”

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