Indoor air quality (IAQ) in nursing homes: why and how to improve it?
As of January 1st, 2023, monitoring of indoor air quality will become mandatory in France in public buildings receiving vulerable members of the public (ERP), which therefore places nursing homes at the heart of this regulation. Pollutants to be measured are formaldehyde, benzene and carbon dioxide (CO2). Thanks to NatéoSanté solutions, purify your establishment’s air and protect residents’ health.
Health professionals have chosen NatéoSanté air purifiers:
Nursing homes directors: why trust NatéoSanté?
NatéoSanté air purifiers allow you to avoid the propagation of bacteria, micro-organisms, viruses, etc., between residents, staff and visitors, thanks to a system of in-depth disinfection of residents’ rooms and common areas.
No work required:
simply plugs into the mains
Benzene concentration divided by 5
Formaldehyde concentration divided by 7
Easily ransportable from room to room thanks to the trolley
They have chosen EOLIS Air Manager
NatéoSanté is committed to air quality
Control the air you breathe
EOLIS Air Manager automatically adapts to the room in which it is installed. The device is equipped with sensors that monitor the room’s pollution level, distinguishing between VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and fine particles (PM 2.5) present in the air.
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