In enclosed spaces in buildings, AirSteril Air Purification fills bacteria, viruses, moulds and fungi in the air and on surfaces. This enables you to:
- Eliminate unpleasant washroom odours
- Control infections and improve healthcare
- Improve overall environment for staff, visitors and customers
- Enhance your public image
- Cut cleaning costs and fragrances
- Reduce staff absenteeism
- Comply with HSE regulations
Odours and airborne infections are created by bacteria, viruses, mould, fungi and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) carried in the air.
Regular cleaning, disinfecting and masking agents are not enough. They will not kill the bacteria which can multiply from one to 8 million in 8 hours.
In enclosed spaces in buildings, high levels of harmful bacteria and viruses accumulate in small and open plan offices, washrooms and other places such as photocopying and print rooms. Toilets flush faecal micro-organisms into the air and onto surfaces. Poor ventilation and shared facilities add to their problems. What's more people who do not wash their hands spread the risk outside the office washrooms.
Sick building syndrome (SBS) is a condition that causes misery for millions of office workers and costs organisations millions in staff sickness and absenteeism. But can it be easily prevented? Problems of fluctuating temperatures, draughts, stuffiness, bad lighting and noise have always been found in offices but the energy-saving measures introduced in the 1970s with the rise in oil prices have exacerbated them.
In offices and other buildings, AirSteril uses 5 technologies to kill bacteria and on exposed surfaces.
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