Sanitize and Clean the Air for a Healthier Space to Live, Work, and Play
The poor quality of indoor air in our schools, offices, homes, and buildings has been making the news for some time. And with the growing use of synthetic building materials, furnishings, pesticides, paints, and cleaning products, it’s only getting worse. Then, the pandemic struck, and businesses rushed to determine how to minimize the health risks for their employees and clients.
The answer for many is air purification systems that can reduce indoor pollutants and kill bacteria and viruses. Of course, not all of these systems are created equally, and many companies have jumped on the air purification bandwagon since COVID-19 struck. Let’s dispel the myths from the truth and help you decide what type of air purification system might be right for your San Antonio, TX, school, organization, or business.
Sanitize Indoor Air with a UV-C Air Purification System
Business owners are facing intense pressure to keep their employees and customers safe and healthy while on their property. Cold and flu season was enough to worry about without the global pandemic as a new threat.
Indoor settings like commercial buildings typically offer less ventilation and poorer air quality than outdoor environments. Even your HVAC system can spread germs and illness! There’s never been a better time to install an in-duct UV-C air purification system in your Waco, TX business. In this blog post, we’ll discuss what UV-C air purification is and how it can help keep your business a safe place. Let’s get started.
Air purifiers using short-wave ultraviolet light is one way to kill viruses in offices, schools and other business locations
As people head back to work, school, shops and restaurants in San Antonio, TX, business owners and managers are doing everything in their power to keep employees, customers and the public at large safe. At ASAP Security Services, we’re here to help businesses ease the burden by deploying technology solutions that help managers monitor and detect masks (or a lack of one), fevers and social distancing in enclosed public spaces.
Today, we’re here to discuss another solution that can help curb the coronavirus’s spread: air purification technology with short-wave ultraviolet light (UV-C). Keep reading to learn all about it.