Indoor air quality is a key determinant of healthy living. Exposure to air pollutants, both outdoor and indoor, can affect health.
Never before has the topic of indoor air quality become so crucial, and correlated technologies represent essential solutions to reduce the risk of spreading pathogens, such as viruses, germs and mould, but also dust, mites, seasonal pollen and fine dust.
To increase air quality, it is important to focus on sanitisation and air exchange: combining the two processes acts on pathogens and neutralises them..
Healthcare covers a set of techniques aimed at improving the health of the environment through cleaning and disinfection or sanitisation, when the presence of pathogenic and infectious micro-organisms makes the living or working environment unsuitable.
On the other side, the air change allows the renewal of the indoor air through a mechanical system (expulsion and introduction fans), allowing the mixing of the ambient air with clean air from outside, obtaining as indirect effect the decrease but not the neutralisation of pollutants.