Indoor air quality (IAQ) has taken the spotlight recently with scientists and healthcare professionals from around the world petitioning the World Health Organisation (WHO) and enters for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to update their advice in relation to airborne transmission of Coronavirus.
Small droplets are released when we talk, cough or sneeze. Larger droplets will sink to the floor rapidly while tiny, aerosol droplets can linger in the air for up to 16 hours which poses a high risk of cross-contamination.
The combination of HEPA, carbon and pre filters work in unison to remove large dust particles right down to tiny virus particles so you can protect the health and wellbeing of your staff, guests and customers.
Germs and harmful pathogens, like those transmitted by someone infected with coronavirus, can be spread in three ways: person to person, surface to person and air to person. Although it is essential that solutions such as handwashing, surface disinfecting and social distancing remain in place to help tackle each of these modes of transmission, the growing importance of indoor air quality cannot be ignored.
The WHO now recognises that coronavirus can be transmitted from person to person via aerosols in the air. An effective air purification solution can break the chain of airborne transmission and help you create a safer indoor environment. Installing high quality air purifiers can help you to protect people in busy indoor environments by removing harmful pathogens from the air.
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