The AS Range has been specifically designed for small spaces such as bedrooms with continuous occupation, it is ideal for residents who suffer heavy incontinence. It does not have a fan making its silent thermal convection operation a favourite with residents and staff who may be disturbed by noisy machines in their rooms. It uses a standard wall socket and once installed, an AS unit runs continuously requiring just one annual lamp change.
The MF Range is designed to control odours in medium to large sized enclosed spaces. It is ideal for reception areas, corridors, dining rooms and resident's lounges. The units are installed to suit the size of space (20 sq m to 100 sq m) and the level of contamination, they are fan driven and operate 24/7. Once installed they can be easily tweaked to achieve the optimum level of performance and an MF unit requires minimal maintenance and one annual lamp change for years of operation.
The WT Range uses the latest thermal convection UV technology to control high levels of odours in smaller enclosed spaces such as sluice rooms, washrooms and any rooms where there is non-continuous occupation. The units are hard-wired to an existing power source such as a lighting circuit spur to operate 24/7. In sluice rooms, the footfall tends to be quite low but there can be a rapid build-up of odour as contaminated items are processed and waiting collection.
Our groundbreaking AIRsteril technology is guaranteed to help you:
- Improve cleanliness by removing all odours.
- Improve infection control for residents, patients, staff and visitors.
- Improve air quality especially for residents with respiratory problems.
- Cut the need for cleaning chemicals and perfumes.
- Extend the life of soft furnishings.
- Cut staff turnover and absenteeism.
- Improve first impressions for new clients and families.
- Comply with regulations.
Unpleasant odours can be a sign of poor management, residents not being looked after properly and staff not caring. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) demand high levels of cleanliness and infection control “Premises and equipment should be visibly clean and free from odours that are offensive or unpleasant.”*.
A clean, fresh environment is good for residents, visitors and staff. Strong odours can affect a family's choice when they are looking for a home for their loved ones and staff often take more time off when they have to work in unpleasant conditions.
The old-fashioned way of clearing smells with chemicals and masking with perfume does not get to the root cause of the problem, bacteria and odours soon return. The latest technology from AIRsteril eliminates the bacteria and odours resulting in a big saving in materials and staff time.
*To find out more visit the CQC website to see the full regulation on cleanliness and equipment: https://www.cqc.org.uk/guidance-providers/regulations-enforcement/regulation-15-premises-equipment