Economic advantage – a cost-effective air sanitiser solution.
Effective against Strep A, Covid-19 and more.
Protect patients as well as your staff.
UVC has been understood to help inactivate pathogens (bacteria, moulds etc), and been used as a disinfectant for many years.
Covid-19 research recently highlighted airborne transmission as a major route for spread of the disease. This has led to a wider discussion around the benefits of UVC air sanitisers, and John J Doyle are delighted to now offer the Midterm UVC Air Sanitiser.
Where increased ventilation is not practical, UVC air sanitisers are now recognised as the best option and approved in the latest Building Regs. Air test results are conclusive in showing how quickly the levels of airborne pathogens are reduced when using UVC air sanitisation.
There are many benefits in using the Midterm UVC Air Sanitiser. Levels of airborne pathogens are reduced substantially within the space. Long term background protection against a wide range of different pathogens is provided for years to come. People in the space are given a high level of protection. Windows and doors can be kept shut during colder periods where forced ventilation allows.
The power requirements for the system are low, typically < 0.4kW, even for the largest unit. This ensures a cost effective method of sanitisation, particularly when we consider the significant potential for large reductions in Health Care Acquired Infection (HCAI), bed occupancy, staff absenteeism.
Midterm UVC Air Sanitisers are now used throughout the NHS. The equipment can be found at: Liverpool Royal, Aintree, Maidstone, Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Coventry, Preston, Durham and more.
It is possible to test the air in your building using a portable air test device. This is very easy to do and takes only a few minutes. Results are ready within weeks.
If you would like to find out more about the benefits of UVC Air Sanitisation with Midterm UVC, please get in touch for more information.