Clean air has never been more important, whether delivered via ventilation or air purification. But with so many products on the market, how do you choose the right one for your needs?
In a bid to improve air quality surrounding the capital’s schools, the Mayor of London has closed roads to traffic and launched the new London Schools Pollution Helpdesk. But what about indoor air, where concentrations of pollutants are two to five times higher than outdoors?
Many people are saying that the future of work will be different, with employees requesting more of a balance between office and home working.
In the battle against COVID, the biggest threat is transmission from inhaling airborne droplets, not from touching contaminated surfaces.
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.
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.
The UK economy is suffering at the hands of Coronavirus. To recover from the protracted lockdown, we must embark upon large-scale reopening of business.
Rensair, experts in hospital-grade air purification, have joined forces with the Central London Alliance (CLA) to assist the capital’s business community to recover after the coronavirus pandemic.
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
We are concerned with the current approach to reducing Covid19 airborne transmission in Schools in Germany and urge you to follow the latest guidelines from the WHO regarding ventilation and where that is not possible, air purification. Furthermore it is a worry that the standards set for some public tenders for air purification units are very poor and as a result schools are at risk of buying inappropriate devices. We urge you to ensure that schools buy appropriate devices that will make a difference and reduce airborne transmission risk amongst pupils, teachers and staff. .
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 …
PRESS RELEASE Issue Date: 26 February 2021 Contact: Rensair (Nanna Bergmann, email@example.com and +44 20 3973 8927) Offering a powerful new tool in the fight against coronavirus, UK-based business Rensair has established a distribution base in the Port of Antwerp in Belgium to deliver its air purification units, which are used by hospitals across Scandinavia …
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