So, you’ve implemented all those new protocols to cover your mouth, wash and sanitize your hands and fist bump rather than shake hands.* But what about the air you breathe?
Studies show that air in our homes and offices can be up to 3-5 times more polluted than the air outside. This air keeps recirculating, not only in our lungs, but depositing that stuff on all the surfaces in our living spaces. Therefore, the question is how can you clean the air in your home?
What Do Astronauts and Hospitals Do?
Air scrubbers, such as the Aerus Air Scrubber, can provide the highest levels of protection against airborne microorganisms and contaminants available on the market today–both in the air AND on the hard surfaces throughout your home.
This particular scrubber has these key features:
Proven effective in the International Space Station, hospitals, schools, hotels and millions of homes.
The Aerus Air Scrubber works well against both bacterial and viral microorganisms such as MRSA, staph, strep, e-coli, listeria, swine flu, bird flu, Hepatitis A, norovirus, bacillus, pseudomonas, and more.
Independent testing verifies more than 99% reduction in harmful surface contaminants within 24 hours.
“Scrubs” Hard Surfaces As Well
In addition to purifying the air circulating in your home, the scrubber distributes a protective layer on surfaces throughout your home. You get the added benefit of disinfecting surfaces that you and your family come into contact with on an ongoing basis, without actually having to physically scrub the entire house.
Independent testing verifies that there is more than a 99% reduction in harmful microorganisms on surfaces within 24-hours of operation of the air scrubber.
Simple and Economical to Install
The Aerus Air Scrubber installs directly into your current heating and air conditioning system. No additional complex or expensive additions are necessary. The system treats the air that circulates throughout your entire home, helping to ensure you are breathing the most pure, safe air possible.