React-Air pathogen neutralisers have helped to ensure the safety of patients, visitors and staff in Britain’s care homes since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic in Britain.
Designed for use in virtually any indoor environment, the React-Air range utilises the power of UVC, HEPA 13 and activated carbon filtration to clean air and surfaces, killing viruses such as Covid-19, norovirus, flu and the common cold. Manufactured in the UK it is the only system of its kind and has already been successfully utilised in the fight against coronavirus in many care homes across the country.
There are 4 products in the React-Air range including the React-Air X – a portable air sanitiser designed for use in hospital and care environments. Using a unique UV-C light array, powerful fans drive the airflow through the decontamination chamber, neutralising bacteria, viruses, pollen and odours, delivering clean and sterile air to a room. It can be used whilst people remain in the room and generates no harmful gasses, and at a fraction of the price of leading portable ozone generators. When used in conjunction with normal cleaning techniques, it is highly effective in the fight against bacteria and viruses.
Deborah Blick of Parmenter Care said, “We realised it was a way of keeping our residents, staff and visitors safe, primarily during the pandemic but going forward when this does pass. It won’t just be Covid it can deal with, but other pathogens – flu, norovirus and many others.”
For further information, contact the Reaction Group Limited: www.reaction-grp.com or Tel: 0203 885 2299