Air purification equipment has been recommended by the UK government as a precaution to be taken to combat the spread of Covid-19, amongst other measures, to improve ventilation and air quality in public spaces such as; schools, offices, shops, supermarkets and more.
You can read the full article and guidelines here, however, please see below for an overview of guidance for the use and implementation of air purification units.
Air Cleaning & Filtration Units
You can use local air cleaning and filtration units to reduce airborne transmission of aerosols where it is not possible to maintain adequate ventilation.
If you decide to use an air cleaning unit, the most suitable types to use are:
- High-efficiency filters
- Ultraviolet-based devices
Any unit should be appropriate for the size of the area it’s used in to ensure it works in the way it’s intended to.
Filtration units remove contaminants (such as coronavirus) from the air.
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