How Air Snipers Can Help Keep Your Hospitals Running

Air sanitization in hospital

When it comes to protecting your air sources, proper supplemental air sanitization is a necessity. Nowhere is this statement more true than medical centres, like walk-in clinics and hospitals. The right protection can keep these facilities safe from airborne diseases and harmful microorganisms.  

But, what is the right protection? Are particulate filters enough protection in today’s world, even when other solutions are showing their effectiveness? Answering these questions requires a few things, including an understanding of the alternatives to conventional supplementary air sanitization systems. 

Join Air Sniper as they investigate these questions and many others. Together, you can learn why these supplemental air sanitization devices are the right choice for businesses of all sizes, including hospitals and so much more. 

What is UVC Technology?

UV supplemental air sanitization utilizes the power of shortwave UV light, known as UVC light for its range on the light spectrum. The bulbs generate radiation that disrupts the DNA of living matter. In microorganisms, the result of this is complete cellular destruction.

Is UVC Technology Effective?

UVC technology is effective in most applications, but the effectiveness can vary. Rudimentary systems do not focus on the right aspects of the technology, making them less effective regardless of the application. The right equipment should satisfy rigorous testing standards, like these.

How Air Sniper Addresses Common Pitfalls of UVC

When a UVC supplemental air sanitization system is properly deployed, the results are impressive. Air Sniper addresses some of the common concerns with supplementary air sanitization systems through superior design and an emphasis on four key qualities.

These qualities are the dwell time, proximity, intensity and CFM of the equipment. Balancing these qualities in the right way helps increase the efficiency and effectiveness of these units. This means they can provide high-quality, germicidal protection in all situations. 

Dwell time and CFM must be balanced against one another, as microorganisms must be in the area long enough to be eradicated, but not so long that the system suffers in efficiency. Similarly, proximity and intensity play complementary roles, as the intensity is directly affected by the proximity, but the proximity depends on the capabilities of any one bulb. 

How Air Sniper Helps Keep Your Hospital Running

Air Snipers are adept at handling any indoor location, including hospitals. When you contact Air Sniper you can speak with their staff about the right amount of equipment for your medical facility, based on the existing infrastructure, planned upgrade and other relevant factors. Contact them today and request a quote.