From the very small to the massive, every business is a conglomeration of different factors. From the employees who make it run to the service or product innovation that makes it competitive, it is plain to see that every business requires the cooperation of multiple people to be successful.
And for retail, medical professionals and other brick-and-mortar stores, the cooperation extends even further. Landlords, renovators, insurers, security personnel and more have all become involved when operating out of a physical location. These services might just look like numbers on a balance sheet to some businesses, but they provide worthwhile improvements that attract customers and help them thrive.
It is absolutely fascinating how many hands are truly involved in any one company, and in almost every instance, more detail is revealed the longer you look. So what does all this interconnectivity and cooperation have to do with supplemental air sanitization systems? It does an excellent job of illustrating not only how “many hands make light work” (as the expression goes) but also the reality that every business needs the help of other industries throughout their operation.
Supplemental air sanitization has been an important part of operating an indoor establishment. We’ve known for a long time that stale air can lead to dangerous concentrations of some gases, and modern building standards design for prevention from the outset. This is why HVAC systems and air filters are so commonplace, as well as windows, ductwork, and other infrastructure.
But, in the wake of the current pandemic, many business owners are beginning to wonder if these systems are sufficient. As we all raced to improve our surface cleaning standards and ensure that customers were following their own personal sanitization requirements, the reality that we were overlooking a key area in the fight against harmful bacteria became harder to ignore.
The air around us was and continues to be, a major battleground for cleanliness and hygiene standards. While there is no debate around our HVAC system’s ability to remove stale air and replace it with fresh air, concerns about the quality of that air are becoming more commonplace. Are mesh filters enough to prevent microscopic particles from entering our spaces and causing potentially serious consequences?
Air Sniper doesn’t believe so. They believe that the answer to healthier and cleaner air lies in UVC supplemental air sanitization. Rather than simply trapping harmful bacteria, UVC supplemental air sanitization actually destroys these particles in transit.
See how Air Sniper works with you to build up your business, protect your employees and ensure the safety of your customers by contacting them today.