Healthcare, Clinic, and Nursing

Healthcare, Clinic, and Nursing

Air purification is most important in healthcare and clinic facilities. The level of airborne infectious contaminants increases proportionately with the increased population density of infected individuals. Poor air quality affects both the health of the personnel and their performance. Bacteria, dust, viruses and harmful particles in the air may cause itchy eyes, headaches and a blocked nose. Furthermore, it can also give rise to asthma and irritation of the respiratory tract. Hospitals, nursing homes, dental offices, or clinics all requires good quality air contributing to improved work performance, reduced absence due to illness, and air that feels easy to breathe.

Healthcare and Nursing

  • Hospitals, ambulatory surgery centre’s
  • Homecare, Nursing homes, elderly homes assist living, medical practices, physiotherapists, locker- and washrooms
  • Ambulances
  • Indoor parking
  • Treatment- and patientrooms, dirty linen rooms
  • Storerooms, basements, funeral homes, hospice
  • Entrance, lobby, conference, meeting and waiting rooms
  • Storage rooms for garbage and waste containers
  • Research centre’s, incubators, conditioned storerooms, cleanrooms

Animal Health Care

  • Veterinary, horse clinics, laboratory, boarding
  • Zoos and wild animal exhibits
  • Retail and Pet services
  • Long-term & home care
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