The Science Behind Air Purification
Given the emotional and financial hit sustained this past year following the Covid-19 Pandemic, it is more important than ever to provide customers with the reassurance that it is safe to visit you.
Air purifiers have been used for years, in some countries such as in the UAE they are included as part of building regulations. Since the pandemic, the demand for such systems has been showing increasing demand.
Whatever your business, air purifiers are gaining momentum as the ultimate approach for businesses to protect their staff and customers at a higher level of care including masks and social distancing measures. With an air purifier system, you can be confident the air in your space is rid of all the impurities including odours, smoke, dust, and even viruses. Given the fact that indoor air can have levels of certain pollutants up to five times higher than outdoor air, it seems like a logical step to take.
The Science Behind OZO Sanitized
Imagine you could sterilise and sanitise a whole indoor space at the touch of a button. Ozone generating machines creates that possibility.
Ozone works as a natural cleaner.
When it comes into contact with an odour (a volatile organic compound) a chemical reaction takes place and the odour oxidises into a harmless, non-odorous substance. It is not a masking process – the smells are permanently removed. Ozone also works as a natural sanitising agent killing bacteria, microorganisms and viruses including recently proven COVID-19.
Whatever your business, ozone generators are gaining momentum as the ultimate approach for creating fully sanitised spaces free from odour, bacteria and infection. Historically ozone generators have been used for removing pungent odours, removing the smell of smoke and eliminating mould. Ozone generators are commonly used in hospitals to kill MRSA, Coronavirus and ECOLI.
This technology is becoming the technology of choice for Care Homes, Education and Hotels.
A Selection of some of our customers
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