Areas of use for plasma
Receptions and waiting rooms
The risk of infection is particularly high in GP practices with full waiting rooms. So it’s important to keep the ambient and respiratory air free from viruses, germs and bacteria to the greatest extent possible. The aim in this respect is to protect primarily older patients who are at risk due to their weakened immune systems and to safeguard employees.
In places where patients, hospital staff and visiting relatives and friends come together, there is a very high risk of pathogens being transmitted through airborne aerosols. The AernoviR air purifier helps to radically reduce the risk of infection and of diseases spreading.
Retirement homes and care homes
Retirement and care homes primarily provide accommodation for the elderly, who are more susceptible to illness. Pneumonia and infections in the lower airways are still the main cause of death in care homes – airborne transmission is responsible for 20% of infections. Outbreaks in retirement homes aren’t just dangerous for residents; staff and visitors are at risk too. The AernoviR air purifier radically reduces the risk of infection and of diseases spreading.
Gyms and therapy facilities
Wherever there are plenty of people exercising at the same time, pathogens in the ambient air, and on exercise equipment and surfaces all pose a major risk of infection. By breathing heavily, fitness fanatics could spread viruses, germs and bacteria across their entire exercise area. Scientific studies have verified that Sars-CoV-2 (more commonly referred to as the coronavirus), for example, survives in the form of airborne particles for several hours.
Canteens and restaurants
In addition to removing pathogens, purifying the air also filters out grease, odours, vapours and smoke, so it is disposed of hygienically and free from grease, germs and odours. Staff and guests will feel more comfortable and be likely to return.
Areas where large numbers of employees congregate are high-risk places where pathogens could be spread through the ambient air in the form of aerosols. Even allowing air to circulate by regularly opening windows only purifies the air to a limited extent. What’s more, the air in offices is polluted with additional suspended matter such as toner dust in particular. These ultra-fine particles can be harmful to the eyes, skin and airways.
Hotels and conference centres
Hotels and conference centres are hubs where many travellers from around the world congregate, so hygiene management in such buildings has always been particularly challenging, especially since the coronavirus outbreak. Highly effective air purification in, for example, dining areas and conference rooms or in the spa area doesn’t just reduce the risk of infection
from airborne aerosols; it also helps boost the wellbeing of guests and employees alike.
Employees are in close contact with one another in many industrial plants’ production facilities. In addition to health risks from, for example, the coronavirus, production standstills or downtimes can cripple entire supply chains and cause companies to run into difficulties, even to the point of bankruptcy.
Day care centres and schools
There’s no avoiding personal proximity when you work in care and teaching professions. However, infectious viruses and bacteria could be an invisible threat in any nursery or school building. The pathogens spread through breathing and speaking sometimes float in the ambient air for several hours, posing a health risk for children, teachers and support staff alike.
Bars, clubs and discos
Clubs and discos are some of the venues that have been worst affected by the coronavirus. Maximum air purification is absolutely essential wherever guests and staff are in close contact, and in places where singing and dancing could spread pathogens through the ambient air with respiratory air.
Supermarkets, DIY stores, shops and pharmacies
The continuous risk of infection is proving extremely challenging for retailers with regard to disinfection and protection measures. In addition to having people wear face masks and observe social distancing rules, professional air purification is a key aspect of air hygiene designed to protect staff
as well as customers.
Touring coaches, trains and aeroplanes
In places where travellers might spend hours on end sitting cheek by jowl, measures such as a general face mask requirement offer very limited protection against pathogens. Cleaning the air to remove viruses, bacteria and germs using professional air purification solutions provides additional protection for travellers and staff alike.