• Central air conditioning ducts or air collection box mounted on
• 500 sqm stand-alone 'up effective systems (channel-to-air collection box)
Scope of application
• Health organizations • Hospitals • Nursing homes, • operating theaters, • dentist muayehane, • Veterinarians • Food industry, • Catering companies • Food warehouses, • Hotels, • Theaters, • conference rooms, • Sports centers • Restaurants , • Cafes - Bars, • Schools • kindergartens, • Shopping centers • Plazas, etc. • Warehouses.
activtek INDUCTOR 5000 "activepur to" smell the patented technology, smoke, micro-organisms on the surface of airborne particles and greatly reduce and neutralize. UVX beam with a special matrix and containing rare metals covered photocatalatic activepur technology advanced oxidation process produces human-friendly oxidizers.
* Scientific tests on the formation of microbial surfaces significantly as a result of the use of air cleaners activtek. Escherichia coli, Listeria monocytogenes, Streptococcus spp, Pseudonomas aeruginosa, Bacillus spp., Staphylococcus aureus, Candida albicans, and S. chartarum. - It has proved to be reduced.
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Electricity 220 VAC, 50/60 HZ 20 watts (nominal voltage line)
Mechanical UV bulb monitoring system secure interlock switch
Size 24,5 cm x 24,5 cm LG x 43 cm D
Weight 1.8 kg
Max temperature 90 ° C
The ActivTek unit is mounted directly to the ventilation box in the distribution ducts in the upper part of the air handling system of the central ventilation system. Units convert airborne (H2O) and oxygen (O2) water into hydroperoxides and hydroxyls in the polluted air entering the outside, neutralizing all kinds of bacteria, viruses, volatile organic compounds, mold, fungus and smell in the air. In addition, sterilization is provided on all surfaces and materials by this process which is applied in the air which is emitted from the fresh air vent outlets of the ventilation ducts.
Buildings (Patient Building Syndrome)
Allergic diseases such as allergic rhinitis and sinusitis, allergic eye sores, allergic skin diseases such as asthma, urticaria and eczema can be counted. Allergic diseases can sometimes arise in the form of an occupational disease and an allergenic agent in the workplace. In this respect, especially in office environments, there is a risk.
As technology develops, are allergic diseases increasing? Yes, we see that as the technology increases, it gets even more intense. The frequency of allergic diseases is increasing parallel to the development of technology. Factors such as collective presence of people in closed and confined spaces, return to work from open field work, carpet upholstery, consumption of ready-to-eat foods with additives, ventilation and heating systems used in offices have become more common in industrialized regions and cities.
What are these diseases? Allergic skin diseases such as allergic rhinitis and sinusitis, allergic eye sores, asthma, urticaria and eczema. In allergic diseases, infections, dust, cigarette smoke, humidity and carnies are of great importance in terms of allergic rhinitis and asthma. In the case of allergic skin diseases, materials such as carbon and photocopy papers, paint, ink are also important in offices. When it comes to air pollution, it should not only be pollution on the outside, but also pollution in the internal environment (office, hotel, business centers, etc.). The effect of indoor air quality on human performance is a known fact.
How do allergic diseases occur in the work environment? Allergic diseases can sometimes arise in the form of an occupational disease and an allergenic agent in the workplace. In this respect, especially in office environments, there is a risk. The start of complaints after they get into employment suggests a reduction in vacation time due to occupational allergies. Materials used in the construction of office buildings in the office environment, carpets used in floor coverings, computer dusts, microorganisms and dusts colonized in the air are at risk for allergies. It plays a role in the triggering and emergence of allergies, especially of allergic people.
Are there other diseases caused by office environments? It also causes viral and bacterial respiratory tract infections. These are the most common diseases in the world that cause the greatest loss of work force. Because lungs are the most influential organ of occupational and environmental effects. Difficulty in ventilation in offices, crowded crowd, and smoking cause an increase in such infections. Viral infections, such as colds and flu, spread more quickly in these environments.
Legionnaires' disease The type of pneumonia that is transmitted by airborne legionnaire disease also threatens workers in the office environment. Legionnaires bacteria, which are common in the land, are placed in the air conditioner filters of the buildings, colonized and spread from the air to the ambient air. Contaminated ventilation ducts can not clean the micro-air they receive and resend it to the chamber. Legionnaires' disease is a kind of pneumonia.
What are the symptoms of sick building syndrome?
Symptoms of the syndrome include headache, dizziness, tiredness, irritation of eyes, itching, redness, nasal discharge, sneezing, nasal obstruction, throat burning, constipation in the throat, coughing in the throat, tightness in the throat, shortness of breath, pruritus, nosebleeds, odor and taste disorders, concentration difficulty. Does your head often suffer? Are you having difficulty concentrating your attention? Are you having trouble breathing? Do you have a continuous stream of yours? Do you feel tired of yourself all the time? If you answered yes to the first of these questions and then you have the two most unpleasant yes for the others, you may be the victim of a sick building syndrome. The most important element in Fig. if they are removed from the working environment.
Less workload, more moral motivation: increased productivity
Maximum reduction in bacteria, viruses, fungus spores in air and on surfaces
Minimizing the effects of epidemics (seasonal influenza and other types of flu)
Reduces all kinds of disturbing odors, smoke, dust and allergens
Maximum reduction in cleaning and maintenance costs (central ventilation duct cleaning, frequent filter change, more airflow requirement due to blocked filters, and naturally increased energy cost).
UNKNOWN CLIMATE IN YOUR ENVIRONMENT DOES NOT PROTECT YOUR ONLY ON THE PATIENT BUILDING SYNDROME
Hospitals and Health Environments (Infection Control) Today, many problems in hospitals have been proven to be caused directly by microbes and bacteria in the environment rather than by medical treatments. These germs and bacteria are often carried by patients into the hospital. For this reason, even though a Hospitals, Microbes and Bacteria surface disinfection