We need to live in healthy environments

Airborne contamination is real

Experts and virologists worldwide agree: aerosol transmission of viruses and bacteria is a significant risk.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has found that Covid-19 can travel up to 4 meters in the air.

The New England Journal of Medicine reports that the virus can remain suspended in the air for up to 3 hours.

Research in the Netherlands has found that the typical 2-meter measure for social distancing may be ineffective, and recommends increasing it to 20 meters.

How contamination occurs

Many studies have shown that there are two modes of transmission of the virus.
A person can be infected through direct contact with another person or object carrying the virus.
Through the air, there are two methods of transmission:

Through large droplets when a person coughs or sneezes (at 2 meters)

Through small droplets, also generated by coughing, sneezing or simply talking

How healthy is your environment?

Environment without purifiers or sanitizers


Environment with purifier


Environment with filterless sanitizer


Environment with sanitizer with filterless photocatalysis



There are not only viruses

An average person breathes 13,500 liters of air a day, and most of us spend 90 percent
of the time indoors and as many as 9 hours a day in shared environments, spaces that are up to 5 times
more polluted than the open air.


Bad smells

The presence of bad odors can give your company a bad image.



Experts agree that the flu virus spreads mainly through airborne particles.



It is estimated that up to 40% of Europeans suffer from allergic rhinitis.



Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are potentially hazardous chemicals emitted from the products we use every day.

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