Air Quality, Indoor Air Quality, Mould Removal
SAN-AIR was especially developed to address an issue commonly known as “Sick Building Syndrome”. In the last few years there has been heightened recognition that our living space needs to be cleaned more frequently than was previously thought necessary, to stop the accumulation of unwanted organisms.
SAN-AIR has many unique properties, including the way it works. SAN-AIR evaporates slowly as it travels through enclosed air space without being degraded or neutralized by oxygen in the air. SAN-AIR effectiveness is maximized when air movement is present from either a breeze, fan or air conditioner, working as an aerosol forming as a result of normal evaporation which is increased in an air draft.
Bacteria and mould travel on particulate matter as well as resting on surfaces. The SAN-AIR aerosol comes into contact with the floating particulate matter and eventually surfaces. The actives in SAN-AIR attach themselves to the reproductive sites of bacteria, causing these to stop reproducing and the population to eventually decrease. On mould the SAN-AIR actives attach preferentially to the mould sites which help mould pick up oxygen, stopping mould from breathing. SAN-AIR actives do not cause oxygen to deplete from the air, they just stop mould from being able to use the oxygen around it.
Air borne SAN-AIR has been shown through controlled studies, to come into contact with 55% of air borne particles every hour and killing any mould or bacteria travelling on that particle. After 24 hours the result is microbiologically safer air for people to breathe in an indoor air environment.
, Air Sanitiser
, Cleaning Mould
, Indoor Air Quality
, Microbial Contamination
, Mould Cleaning
, Mould Remediation
, Mould Removal