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Air purification

Clean air for working and living – breathe freely and healthily!

Clean breathing air that is free from germs and viruses is an elementary component of our health and productivity. Every day, bacteria and viruses put our immune system to the test. Besides, allergens, dust, mould spores and a lot of other suspended matter strain our sensitive respiratory tract. TAC air cleaners create clean workspaces and purify your breathing air. With the high-efficiency H14 HEPA particulate air filters, even hygiene-sensitive cleanroom environments can be implemented.

  • Germ-free room air in restaurants and canteens

    The shutdowns as a result of the corona crisis brought an existential threat to restaurant proprietors in particular. Reserves are exhausted, time is running, and with the regulations gradually being relaxed, the question remains on how to set up efficient hygiene concepts to protect personnel and guests. An important component for hygiene to prevent airborne infections is to keep the room air...

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  • Bacteria and virus-free room air in waiting rooms and medical practices

    The one who sees the doctor in times of a spreading influenza, of gastrointestinal infections or similar infectious diseases usually has to share the waiting room with sniffling, coughing or even febrile persons sitting next to him. Going to the dentist or the eye specialist also provides the same risk potential if e.g. a large part of the population is affected by an influenza epidemic. Not a...

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  • Bacteria and virus-free room air in daycare centres

    In kindergartens and similar childcare institutions of the childcare sector, infectious diseases are not uncommon. In addition to popular childhood illnesses such as mumps, measels, rubella, chickenpox, whooping cough and the fifth disease, diarrhoea and infections of the upper respiratory tract are also common. With the Coronavirus SARS CoV-2, another infectious disease entered our lives which is...

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  • Room air filtered from viruses in hotels and conference centres

    The hotel and restaurants sectors still are particularly hit very hard by the current Coronavirus impacts. Nearly all hotels had to be closed first, and will probably be suffering the longest time from the impacts after the pandemic. As long as the fear of an infection with the Coronavirus is higher than the usual convenience provided by the hotel sector, many guests will cancel or postpone any...

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  • Germ-free room air with H14 virus filtration in offices and public spaces

    Open-plan offices, museums, public institutions and buildings of public authorities share one common problem: In areas with high public traffic, there is always the risk of pathogenic particulate matter, allergens, spores, bacteria and viruses spreading through the room air. Whether to extend your ID card in the local citizen service, for the registration or de-registration of a vehicle in the...

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  • Air cleaner with H14 virus filtration for gyms and therapy rooms

    Fitness studio operators, licenced physiotherapists and other physiotherapeutic workers are too familiar with the problem: Depending on season and temperature, there is stagnant air in the training or treatment room, even with the ventilation system activated. The breathing air is additionally polluted with suspended matter, e.g. dust particles, nitrogen oxides and formaldehyde, but also with...

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  • Virus-free room and breathing air in supermarkets, DIY stores and shops

    New infectious diseases such as influenza A/H5N1 (avian flu) or COVID-19 (coronavirus) spread all over the world in an irregular, yet continuous manner. The impacts on the diverse areas of daily life are rather drastic. Many salespersons who are not systemically relevant are forced to close their shops in times of highly infectious pandemics in order to prevent a newly-discovered virus from...

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  • Virus-free room air in logistics centres and production areas

    Current corona outbreaks in post and parcel distribution and processing centres offer an impressive demonstration of how fast and radical procedures in the production and logistics sector can be interrupted if only one infected person is present among the entire staff, and if no effective measures have been taken to prevent airborne infections within the working zones. An important component for...

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  • Virus-free room air in the meat industry

    Corona outbreaks in slaughterhouses and various meat-processing factories are a poignant reminder of how fast production procedures and whole companies can grind to a halt by infection chains if only one infected person is present among the entire staff, and if no effective measures have been taken to prevent airborne infections within the working zones. An important component for hygiene to...

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  • Dust-free construction sites thanks to air cleaners

    Construction sites are dusty places. Particularly when it comes to chiselling, grinding, cutting and milling operations or the removal of old plaster or tiles. For the most part, craftsmen cope with this by using breathing protections, and they have to accept a considerable cleaning effort. A more effective and healthy approach is the use of air cleaners, which extract the dust before it collects...

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  • Cleaning of ventilation and air conditioning systems

    Clean room air at the workplace and in public buildings is not only legally required, it also contributes significantly to daily well-being. Cleaning air conditioning systems regularly helps to ensure that the air remains pure. To filter out suspended particles as required, service companies will find the suitable air cleaner with a HEPA filter for your system.

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