US Nuclear Showcasing Newest Air Quality Monitors at IAQA Indoor Air Quality Association Conference In Austin, Texas

Los Angeles, CA. January 17, 2023 – Air quality is of urgent concern these days due to dangers from infectious diseases and unhealthy contaminants in the air to greenhouse gases affecting our climate, and there is a fast-growing demand for air monitoring products. US Nuclear (OTC-QB: UCLE) is a leading manufacturer in this industry, offering a wide range of air monitoring products for measuring radiological (air particulates, radon), biological, and chemical contaminants and dangers such as PFAS, fentanyl, explosives, CO2, and methane. The ‘Air Quality Monitoring Systems Market’ is predicted to be worth $5.9 billion by 2026.

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, US Nuclear has halted its trade-show-based sales program to keep its employees safe. However, US Nuclear is now excited to announce they are back and will be exhibiting at the Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA) on February 19-22 in Austin, Texas. While the pandemic waylaid US Nuclear’s trade show plans, they are happy to be back meeting customers, resellers, and investors in person.

Some of the most exciting air quality products US Nuclear has to offer include:

  • Unitect: State-of-the-art universal detector for airborne hazards including radiological (alpha, beta, gamma, tritium, and radon), chemical, and biological contaminants all in one real-time, continuous air monitoring system
  • RandFan-SX: Ultra-fast and sensitive continuous radon air monitor, includes a relay to activate radon mitigation fans when radon concentration exceeds the alarm set-point in order to prevent harmful exposure
  • DroneRAD: High-performance drone with extended battery life and payload capacity, that integrates a multitude of different payloads for measuring chemical, biological, and radiological contaminants in the air

US Nuclear also offers portable, fixed, and drone-mounted sensors to detect biohazards, nerve agents, explosives, PFAS contamination, fentanyl, greenhouse gases, and more.

The IAQA conference will be held February 19-22, 2023 at the Austin Marriot in Austin, Texas, and brings together companies, contractors, consultants, and professionals across the indoor air quality industry.

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CONTACT: US Nuclear Corp. (UCLE)
Robert I. Goldstein, President, CEO, and Chairman
Rachel Boulds, Chief Financial Officer
(818) 883 7043