LAS VEGAS, Nev., May 12, 2020 ─ TRAX International Corporation ("TRAX"), a leading provider of professional and technical services to U.S. federal government agencies, today announced it was awarded a contract to support the Battelle CCDS Critical Care Decontamination Systems™ in the fight against the pandemic outbreak.
TRAX is currently operating Battelle CCDS™ units in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, Robstown, Texas, and Topeka, Kansas. The company partnered with Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) at the onset of its recruiting campaign to find skilled candidates to fill these critical positions. Through its career counseling program, WWP identified warriors who currently represent nearly half of the TRAX staff on this contract.
The Battelle CCDS™ can decontaminate thousands of N95 masks per day using concentrated, vapor-phase hydrogen peroxide. Inside a specially outfitted steel storage container, masks are exposed to the validated concentration level to kill biological contaminates, including SARSCoV-2. The system can decontaminate the same mask up to 20 times without degrading the mask's filtration performance.
About TRAX International
TRAX International Corporation (TRAX) is a leading provider of professional and technical services for U.S. federal government agencies, and energy solutions for commercial clients. TRAX specializes in test and evaluation, IT and engineering, and logistics and outsourced services. Headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, the company has approximately 1,300 employees at operations located across the U.S., Central and Latin America, and Asia. Please visit www.traxintl.com for more information or to apply for an open position.