Air purification and the COVID-19 fight

Purification of air is done to fight viruses in air and surface-to-persons in the buildings and the Indian organizations are putting it to practice.

Several companies in India are trying to demonstrate that they are committed to decreasing the effect of the COVID-19 virus by introducing technology that can enhance the safety of building occupants.

The companies should collaborate with each other to launch in India what it’s calling the best air purifying system that is available, to effectively and constantly disinfect and stop the contamination of indoor air in facilities and offices.

The significance of this solution comes as COVID-19 is transmitted through direct contact with respiratory droplets, such as when a person sneezes or coughs, and by coming in contact with surfaces that are contaminated, the virus on these can stay for a long time.

Disinfection companies work by creating bipolar ions that link themselves to the viruses that are airborne, odours and pollutants, stopping their activity. 

The bipolar ions latch on to the particles that are infected making them pile up and drop out of the air, effectively decreasing the microorganisms that accumulate on the surfaces (this is a common source of the infection) which includes airborne viruses, mold, bacteria, fungi, and spores.

A few new techniques are being attempted in India because of COVID-19, as the infection spreads through indoor air systems, including commercialized air conditionings.

As this infection has spread, medical institutions in India are committed to the country and the rest of the world to help critical infrastructure, for example, hospitals and temporary medical facilities, and its brave medical staff fighting this pandemic.

The system flaunts major public health advantages, for example, improving indoor air quality in the building environments including healthcare, medical, retail, office, education, and hospitality facilities. Moreover, this key innovation increases the wellbeing and health of the occupants of the building, therefore improves the performance of the facility and makes it efficient.

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