Indoor air quality (IAQ) in nursing homes: why and how to improve it?
As from 1 January 2023, indoor air quality monitoring will become mandatory in France in buildings that are open to sensitive populations, which puts nursing homes right in the firing line. The pollutants to be monitored are formaldehyde, benzene and carbon dioxide (CO2). Thanks to the NatéoSanté solutions, purify the air in your establishment and safeguard your residents’ health.
Healthcare professionals choose the NatéoSanté air purifiers:
Directors of nursing homes: why trust NatéoSanté?
NatéoSanté air purifiers help prevent the spread of bacteria, micro-organisms and viruses, etc., between residents, staff and visitors, thanks to its deep disinfection system that deeply cleans the air in residents’ rooms and communal areas.
No work required:
Simply plugs into the mains
Benzene concentration reduced fivefold
Formaldehyde concentration reduced sevenfold
Can easily be moved from room to room thanks to its trolley
They chose the EOLIS Air Manager
NatéoSanté is committed to better air quality
Control the air you breathe
The EOLIS Air Manager automatically adapts to the room in which it is located.
The device is fitted with sensors that can determine the level of pollution in a room, distinguishing between VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and fine particles (PM2.5) in the air.
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