How to reduce the risk of contagion of COVID-19 indoors
We know that the main route of transmission of Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 is aerosols. So it is not surprising that the best way to reduce infections is through a good renewal and cleaning of the air we breathe in closed spaces. Ventilation and purification ... from Casals Ventilación we make it easy for you.
In this video you have the main keys to fight against COVID-19 and reduce the risk of contagion indoors:
Open windows and doors to cause a cross ventilation (air inlet and outlet to renew the environment) despite the risks involved: entry of cold, noise and pollution. The ideal in these cases would be to have good controlled mechanical ventilation so that there is no energy loss (heating in winter or air conditioning in summer) and no noise or external pollution enters.
Filter the air we breathe in closed spaces given the high concentration of people for many hours. Air purifiers with HEPA H14 filters such as REINTAIR, REINTDECK and REINTDECK EASY clean the air and reduce viral load in a very short time and with an efficiency of 99.995% since their approved HEPA filters are responsible for retaining the particles and viruses they capture of the air that passes through them.
Continue to use the widely known safety measures: mask, hydroalcoholic gel to wash your hands and social distance.
Most air purifiers on the market claim to have HEPA filters but they are not EN1822 certified, so these systems do not work. Find out here what you should know before choosing an air purifier with HEPA filters
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