Finally, people are seeing how important UV filtered air is for enclosed spaces. Demand for ultraviolet air cleaning systems has risen as the mainstream media has covered the efficacy of UV in lowering virus and bacteria loads in shared spaces. Now even SME businesses are looking at these options.
How does UV air filtration work, though? UV light is light that has a slightly longer wavelength than visible light. Sunlight is a natural source of UV light, and that is one reason it is a great antibacterial agent. The distinct wavelength that is best for neutralising microorganisms such as germs and bacteria is 264 nanometers and UV filtration systems focus all their energy on producing this wavelength. As air or water passes through this energy, it eradicates 99.97% of all bacteria and germs, making the medium cleaner.
Another wonderful side effect of UV filtration is odour neutralisation. The same wavelength also destroys all the molds, mildews, and other components that bring unpleasant odours into your environment. This allows our customers to reduce their dependence on chemical based air freshener products, therefore lowering their environmental footprint.
These solutions can be very simple to implement. A single medium-sized room can have a solution up and running within 20 minutes, providing there is an accessible power outlet in the right location. With low running costs and simple yearly maintenance, our BioZone products provide a rapid improvement to your environment’s hygiene levels without harming your bottom line.
As customers and employees look to return to your workplace, now is the time to implement a UV air purification system. Contact Zenith Washrooms today for a quick, no fuss, quote and get your business back to normal in 2021.