Returning To Work But Can’t Wear A Mask? This Virus Killing Air Sanitation System Is Just What You Need
The world is currently on a trajectory of adapting to the new normal of wearing masks to go practically everywhere — in many places, health guidelines virtually mandate the wearing of masks to go out in public spaces. But what does this mean for restaurants, pubs, dental clinics, and other such places where the wearing of masks is very much illogical and sometimes impossible?
Alternative methods for protection against the spread of airborne viruses need to be adopted.
But what are these alternative measures, if any?
Quite frankly, there is only one that is extremely efficient and effective: the use of air sanitizing systems.
These systems ought to have three basic features in order to properly kill viruses and sanitize the air space.
These three features are:
- Ultraviolet light rays germ-killing capabilities
This type of technology is modern and more effective in killing airborne droplets emitted from the nose or mouth. Ultraviolet rays have been proven to kill bacteria and viruses by destroying their DNA. They are extremely effective against those stubborn parasites that take a longer time to be killed by chemical disinfectants.
Advocates for the use of UV-C technology have noted: “ our technology is backed by science and is proven to be highly effective…. whether dining in at a restaurant, visiting an office building, shopping or going to school, people deserve to feel safe and that their health is not at risk.
2. Ability to kill germs in real-time
Traditionally, when germs, bacteria, or viruses are emitted into the air, air purifiers would take around 1–2 hours to cleanse the air — this is way too long and viruses can easily spread from person to person during this space of time.
To eliminate this problem, what you need is an air sanitizer that immediately kills viruses as soon as they are emitted into the air and at the same time purify the air around you. This is extremely important for spaces where close proximity can not be avoided such as dental clinics or barbershops, salons, and spas.
3. Can be used in large spaces
With new guidelines on maintaining physical distances, you will need an air sanitizer that can work in a larger area where persons will be required to keep their distance of 6 feet apart from each other. While you may be wearing a mask in a larger space, there is nothing wrong with additional protection to keep you safe and healthy.
When it all comes down to it, your health and safety should be your number one priority. In a time like this when social interactions are changing and things are slowly returning to “normal”, you should not risk your health or that of others.
Even if you are wearing a mask, the possibility of infection still exists — much more so if you can’t wear a mask at all. Protect your health with an air sanitizer.