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Airdri launches Air Purifier to flush away washroom bacteria
Airdri has added a new air purifier unit to its portfolio, to tackle washroom bacteria and eliminate odours.
Complementing its range of hand drying solutions, the Airdri Air Purifier uses custom thermal convection technology to kill airborne and surface bacteria and viruses, as well as eliminating bad odours caused by bacteria, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Offering both odour and infection control, the unit is ideal for use in busy washrooms. Its compact profile means it can sit discretely in the top corner of a washroom, yet can service the entire space, covering a floor area of up to 30sq.m. With minimal maintenance and low energy consumption of 10W, the Airdri Air Purifier is a green solution for providing constant sanitised washroom air.
"Washrooms are the primary source of infections, with many housing bacteria and viruses that are unseen to the eye," says Trudi Osborne, marketing manager at Airdri. "Given that in just eight hours a single bacterium can multiply into over eight million cells, it is vital to ensure washrooms are kept clean and hygienic at all times. Cleaning and disinfecting alone are only a partial solution - they do not stop ongoing surface contamination or tackle airborne bacteria. Equally, fragrances or fresheners simply mask the associated odours, doing nothing towards hygiene.
"The Airdri Air Purifier kills both surface and airborne bacteria, and removes unpleasant odours. The unit processes contaminated air in the purifying chamber, emitting an efficient cleaning agent. Many other solutions, which may feature a HEPA filter or have an antibacterial coating, only clean the area immediately surrounding the dryer. The Airdri Air Purifier provides a complete hygiene solution for the whole washroom ensuring that not only does it smell fresh, but the whole environment is clean and hygienic."
6th February 2020