Respiratory infections such as the common cold, influenza, and coronavirus are spread via droplets or small particle droplet nuclei (aerosols). As well as being present on surfaces, these particles are so small that they can become suspended in the air and when inhaled, attach to the lining of the nose and throat. This causes the coughing, sore throat, and congestion associated with these illnesses. Therefore, pure, clean air is essential to suppressing the transmission of these viruses.
The most powerful and effective way to do this is with UVC-power air purification.
Rejuvenair air purification units are fitted with the highest quality Steril-Aire EGTS20 UVC emitters. These are the only UVC lamp endorsed by the Infection Prevention Society and specified by the MoD and NATO. They are incredibly good quality UVC lights. Considering airflow fixed at 600 m3 /hr or 0.167 m3/s, the exposure time of the air within the UVC chamber is 0.948 seconds – optimal for killing the microorganisms that cause respiratory illness.
Rejuvenair comes with an app providing live status information, so you can ensure that the unit is performing.
This data is delivered straight to the palm of your hand, so you can continually monitor air quality in the building, from anywhere. All you need is your unit code and we'll do the rest. Visitors using the VIBE APP are able to keep a record of where they have been and for how long. This information links up with the Indoor Air Quality measures and unit performance reports to help monitor, track and trace where transmission risk may be highest. This helps the user to analyse their frequented spaces both before and after visiting, assisting 'safer movement' decisions.
Building managers can also monitor humidity and CO2 levels, so they can gain a better understanding of how the building is used. This will help to streamline operations and pinpoint at-risk areas, making their approach to health and safety data-driven and fully comprehensive.
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It is now more important than ever to ensure that the air people breathe indoors is made as safe as possible. Clearly communicating that air quality is actively being improved, reassures people that they are safe.
This knowledge allows users of the space to operate as normally as possible, during and after the COVID -19 pandemic, helping the UK economy to recover.