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Spotlight Interview | Clenzair

Spotlight Interview | Clenzair
22 July 2021
 

Clenzair offers state of the art NPBI air purification. It has been proven to eliminate 99.9 per cent of COVID-19, viruses and bacteria as well as eliminating other pathogens, odours and mould. Designed to run 24/7, it sanitises both the air and surfaces, even killing the germs in a sneeze mid-air. With no Ozone or bi-products produced, it is completely safe to use within any building setting.

 

What is NBPI Air Purification?

 

Needlepoint Bi-Polar Ionisation technology works by producing a high concentration of positive and negative ions, delivering them to the desired space via the given ventilation system or device.  It emits both positive (H+) and negative (O2-) ions. Ions surround harmful pathogens and react as Hydroxyl (OH) radicals. This process removes hydrogen from the cell walls of microbes, inactivating harmful pathogens at a cellular level making them no longer harmful. In turn, eliminating over 99.9 per cent of bacteria, mould and viruses present in crowded but also domestic environments. It can be used in all sectors and settings, creating the ideal conditions for the wellbeing of people.

 

”From a corporate governance perspective, employers are going to have a lot of employees returning to the workplace imminently, some of whom are going to be very nervous. If they can demonstrate that they’ve taken all steps to ensure that the indoor spaces have the highest quality indoor air, the employees will feel safer, happier, more productive and the business will be more profitable.”

–Jani Moran

Partner, Clenzair 

 

How Does This Differ From Other Sanitation Methods?

 

Unlike traditional filtration systems, once installed there are no maintenance costs involved, as there are no filters to maintain.

The Clenzair Air Purifier neutralises airborne and surface bacteria and viruses such as Covid-19, MRSA, Bird Flu, Swine Flu, Corona Virus (SARS), Ebola, Mould and E.Coli. It is far more effective at eliminating these than other methods as it actively pushes ions into the air covering the entire space continuously, rather than pulling unsanitised air across the room into a filter – which means it can even kill the germs in a sneeze mid-air.

 

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Picture: a table indicating how Clenzair differs from traditional air filtration methods

 

Watch The Video to Learn More…

 


 

 

Passive vs. Active Filtration

 

Almost all other Air purification systems on the market are known as  “Passive” Filtration. For a “Passive” system to neutralise a virus, it would first have to pull it through the air, forcing it to cross paths with people and surfaces before it can be passed across some sort of filter or UV light to even have a chance of removal from the air it then pushes back into the room. A Passive system cannot sanitise surfaces.

A Clenzair air purifier installation is classified as an “Active” filtration system. This means that it can neutralise a virus suspended in the air or on any surface in the room, wherever it may be. It is not just cleaning the air it pulls through it, but every part of the space it controls, including surfaces. Most importantly, it can be in operation 24/7 while people are present.

 

Current Installations

 

Be At One, the UK’s leading cocktail bar, has installed Clenzair air purifier in its Birmingham site. Renowned for its party atmosphere and engaging customer experience, Be At One had to make various operational changes to become and maintain being COVID-secure. However, the team at Be At One were focused on ensuring the customer experience was not impacted too much by extra cleansing regimes – Clenzair provided the perfect solution.

In Silverdale, Staffordshire a terrible smell emanates from a nearby landfill site, affecting the health and lives of hundreds of households. A recent Clenzair installation within one of the homes has completely eliminated the foul odour indoors and the homeowner has described the installation as "life changing". This demonstrates the powerful air purification effects of the system.

Main Picture: a graphic demonstrating Clenzair's air purification system 

Article written by Daisy Miceli | Published 22 July 2021

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