A cultural venue must be able to welcome the public in the best conditions. The quality of the indoor air (IAQ) they breathe within the establishment is one of them.
Following the Covid-19 pandemic and the various periods of closure and reopening of cultural venues, they must be able to offer healthy air to their visitors and spectators, as IAQ has become a matter of concern for the general public.
NatéoSanté assists museums, theatres, concert halls, cinemas, libraries, art galleries, exhibition halls, monuments and heritage sites in the implementation of their indoor air quality monitoring and improvement program. We offer a range of indoor air quality displays and monitors, professional air purifiers adapted to your needs (up to 120 m2 per device) and a package of exclusive services to manage the IAQ of your spaces with complete peace of mind.
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Cultural venues: why choose the NatéoSanté solutions?
Receive your spectators, visitors and readers with peace of mind. The CO2 and IAQ Air Coach displays show the concentration levels of pollutants in real time and notify you when you need to take action to improve IAQ. If you need to purify, opt for EOLIS Air Manager. With its intelligent automatic mode, it adapts its operation speed according to the pollution levels detected in the indoor air.
The settings of Air Coach and EOLIS Air Manager allow for operation during business hours if desired. Their wall-mounted brackets and locking function make them fully compatible with the presence of the public.
NatéoSanté solutions can be discreetly integrated into your scenography without disturbing the public
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NatéoSanté’s solutions allow you to manage the indoor air quality of your cinema, theatre, library, art gallery, monument, concert hall, etc. They are complementary to first measure and then treat the air if necessary.
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