We have seen a significant boost in recent business clearly relating to concerns with Coronavirus/Covid-19. Obviously, our first advice is to follow government/NHS guidelines to avoid spreading of the virus, we cannot categorically state we’d remove this specific virus as there will never be any testing allowed during an outbreak with the relevant controls in place, but based on the other micro-organisms we have tested on we can be confident how our technology will perform.
Unfortunately there is a lot of misleading information with regard to Coronavirus (Covid-19), as we understand by far the best advice is to wash hands regularly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, only cough or sneeze into a tissue which is immediately disposed of, and try to avoid contact with people who are unwell.
"The UK banking centre at Canary Wharf is populated with modern skyscrapers featuring the latest in office building technology. The Credit Suisse UK HeadQuarters allows staff to make the most of windows which has meant that the main building services are sited in the middle of the building. As such with long air ducting, their luxury washrooms struggle to maintain air quality and a clean, fresh smelling work place.
They have installed AIRsteril for odour and infection control in their washrooms. Convinced that the bacteria and viruses that cause infections are killed by AIRsteril, the new offices will feature MF units to ensure staff absenteeism is kept to a minimum."
Marylebone Cricket Club
"On a Test Match day at Lord's there are 25,000 people, mostly males, spending all day watching cricket and drinking. With several visits per person during the day the gents toilets can have up to a 10,000 footfall a day. The staff have had difficulty in clearing the resulting odours. The stainless steel trough urinals in some of the washrooms create added problems.
Just in time for a major Test Match, AIRsteril WRX trial units were installed in two of the major washrooms. After just a few hours, the units had managed to get on top of the smell, then controlled the odours throughout the 5 day match. The facilities staff are very pleased and plan to increase the number of installations before the start of the next cricket season."