This is a question that most of us are probably asking ourselves considering the news surrounding the coronavirus, and rightly so! 05 March 2020 marked the first confirmed case of coronavirus in South Africa – what a scary thought!
Over and above epidemic outbreaks, we must not underestimate the power of the common flu as ” in South Africa, a middle‐income country of 54.8 million people in 2015, over 10 million mild, 128,000 severe‐non‐fatal and 11,000 fatal influenza‐associated illness episodes are estimated to occur annually ” (The Daily Maverick, 2020).
Germs are mostly spread by means of coughing, sneezing, talking and even laughing. We all know how important it is to wash our hands and surfaces regularly with soap and detergent, but what about the air? Suspended airborne germs get breathed in from the air and this is the easiest way for them to enter your lungs and take hold.
Do You Have SafeAir To Breathe?
This should be the first question you ask yourself
That is where SafeAir Air Purifiers comes in, our air purifiers were tested by National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) against the dreaded tuberculosis (TB) and achieved a 6 log reduction of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis (M. tb) within 60 minutes, For those of us not in the know, this means that the SafeAir purifier reduced 99.9999% of the TB bacteria within an hour!
Figure 1: MTB concentration decay curve when the Medical Device Technology device was on. The solid line shows the decay of MTB concentration when the device was operational.
Cold and influenza germs are not going to survive a trip through a SafeAir air purifier!
Why Choose SafeAir?
Flu, Colds and Virus season has arrived at our shores, have you got prevention in place at home, school and at the office?
SafeAir Air Purifiers are designed to kill indoor airborne diseases that are so easily transmitted from an infected person to other people in the vicinity.
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