Resorts Casino Hotel to Install Patented Air Purification System

Resorts Casino Hotel announced today that it will be installing AtmosAir Solutions’ patented bi-polar ionization indoor (BPI) air purification system technology on the entire casino floor, all smoking and non-smoking areas, hotel lobby, some bars, restaurants and the food court area.

The installation is part of Resorts’ Play Safe, Work Safe plan to responsibly welcome back guests and team members after its closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Resorts Casino Hotel has taken extensive measures to ensure that team members and guests are safe when either coming to work or visiting the property.

AtmosAir’s BPI technology is proven over 99% effective in neutralizing coronavirus. Tests performed by Microchem Laboratory confirmed that the presence of coronavirus was reduced by 99.92 percent within 30 minutes of exposure to AtmosAir’s bi-polar ion technology.

“AtmosAir will provide, research shows, the best air quality technology available today,” said Mark Giannantonio, President and CEO of Resorts Casino and Hotel. “We have taken this step to provide our guests with a comfortable, fun, and safe environment.”

“We are excited to help Resorts Casino relaunch operations with our public health technology for indoor environmental purification,” said Steve Levine, President and CEO of AtmosAir. “As businesses start to reopen, we know how crucial it is to keep people as safe as possible so they can have fun again, and we’re honored that we can contribute to that effort with Resorts.”

“Casinos have a range of air and surface sanitation needs, and bi-polar ionization is going to help them achieve that, including neutralizing the potential presence of coronavirus,” said Tony Abate, Vice President of Operations and Chief Technology Officer for AtmosAir. “From dining to gaming to entertainment, we want Resorts’ patrons to enjoy themselves without worrying about the air they’re breathing.”

AtmosAir’s bi-polar ionization devices, installed in HVAC systems, emit Ions into the air in occupied spaces, which proactively attack and neutralize coronavirus, other viruses, germs, bacteria, mold, and other contaminants in the air and on surfaces, therefore rendering them inactive.

Resorts Casino Hotel will be ready to welcome guests back when the state indicates that we can reopen.  Additional information on safety protocols and reopening efforts will be made available at