Air Purifiers For Transportation Industry

Transportation industry - the challenges 

Although people typically spend only about 5.5% of their time commuting, research shows that the air inside public transport and private cars can be over 2.5 times more polluted than outside and as much as 15 times worse than the air a few meters away from the vehicle in front. 

Similar to indoor environments, the in-cabin microenvironment has become a significant source of exposure to various air pollutants harmful to health such as nitrogen dioxide, ozone, carbon monoxide, sulphur dioxide, volatile organic compounds, fine and ultra-fine particles and various airborne pathogens from passengers.

With contaminated aerosols that can stay infectious in the air for up to three hours, how can you protect your drivers and passengers from airborne viruses and pollution?

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What can you do?

Under the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Occupiers Liability Act 1984, an employer has a duty of care to ensure that a safe and healthy environment is provided.  

Setting aside the legal requirements, there is a clear relationship between good health, a good, productive working environment and low rates of sickness absence. Research shows businesses that prioritise the health and wellbeing of their employees are more efficient and profitable compared to businesses that do not.  

Air purification solutions for health and wellbeing in transportation industry

Air quality improvements in public and private transport can be done through the installation of advanced air purifiers that absorb all the existing air, capture pollutants and pathogens and replace hazardous air with clean purified air back inside any vehicle multiple times an hour.

Aura Smart Air provides protection against air pollution in buses, coaches, trains, trams, subways and boats

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