News from Ionair
Briefly and concisely explained
There’s no question about it: we need it. Fresh air to live that is. However, the quality of our indoor air is not always particularly good. Industry, traffic or other sources of emission blow out harmful substances, which means that ventilation and air conditioning in buildings is a real challenge. Ionization provides a remedy. We explain here in a straightforward and comprehensible way how this works.
Ionization removes viruses
The results surpassed all our expectations. The test arrangement demonstrated that a reduction in surrogate viruses of more than, believe it or not, 99 percent is possible thanks to ionization. You can see how the Air Quality System (AQS) from ionair accomplishes this in the video here…
ionair has a new Sales Manager in Switzerland
ionair – the label for demanding solutions in the field of indoor climate – has been reinforced. José Manuel Garcia joined the company with effect from May. So we are taking this opportunity to present to you the new Sales Manager in Switzerland.
From a combined heat and power plant to a cultural power plant
The combined heat and power plant (CHP) in Dresden ensured power supply to the city for almost one hundred years. It was shut down in 1994 after 99 years, but it was revived in 2016 as a cultural site. The ionization process ensures that no thick air develops at this site.
Nobody knows our company better than Roger Marty. He has been part of ionair for more than 20 years. This was initially as a technician, and at present, as the Production Manager. In this role, he ensures that the quality is of the highest standards and that there are no bottlenecks when it comes to delivery.
ionair inactivates virus over 99%
The Air Quality System (AQS) of ionair in the supply air frees the indoor air from airborne surrogate viruses (non-pathogenic covered Phi6 bacteriophages with structure, particle size and environmental stability equivalent to that of SARS-CoV-2). This has been certified by the Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics IBP. This is very positive news for the Swiss Company and our international customers.
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