Rensair has equipped SOLID'AIR SIM’s A320 flight simulator with an air purifier, enabling out-of-work pilots to stay safe while retaining the core skills to secure re-employment.
Capim Dourado, a Brazilian restaurant located in Porto, Portugal is gathering momentum after the Coronavirus lockdown with Rensair.
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Many are looking forward to the return of full time in-person learning for the 2021-2022 academic year. With sound evidence that airborne aerosols can transmit coronavirus, the World Health Organization (WHO) says surface cleaning and hand sanitizing do not offer enough protection in indoor spaces.
In an open letter, Dr. Marwa Zaatari - eminent Indoor Air Quality expert and Member of the Board Of Directors at U.S. Green Building Council - advocates caution when specifying air purification devices.
After struggling with the ramifications of the global coronavirus pandemic, which science has proven can be spread by airborne pathogens, most people realize the critical importance of good air quality.
There’s something in the air tonight. Oh Lord. If we could actually see what we were breathing, many of us would never venture out again.
Air purification specialist Rensair has been included in Newsweek’s list of Best Infection Prevention Products 2021.
The impact of Covid-19 on the NHS has been devastating and it has now been reported that it could take up to five years to clear the backlog.
Removing indoor air pollution has proven benefits. Not just the obvious advantages of protecting your health from bacteria, viruses and allergens, while minimising sick building syndrome.
June 17 is Clean Air Day. Run by Global Action Plan, it’s the UK's largest air pollution campaign. Every year, air pollution causes up to 36,000 deaths in the UK. The World Health Organisation and the UK Government now recognise it as the largest environmental health risk we face today
Early in his career, Henrik Hendriksen, a Danish engineer and inventor, created air ventilation technology solutions for the welding industry that went on to become the mandated government standard in Scandinavia and throughout multiple European-wide directives. The Norwegian Minister of Health challenged Henrik and his team to develop a new ventilation technology that would half …