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Give front line workers
the added protection
of clean air inside
their vehicles

The risk caused by coronavirus is not going away anytime soon

More than ever, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the bravery and stamina of front line workers including ambulance and other emergency vehicle crews.

But as the crisis persists and more contagious strains emerge, healthcare organisations are seeking every opportunity to minimise the risk for staff who come into close contact with infected patients.

AirBubbl, from AirLabs, is designed to protect drivers, crews and patients from exposure to airborne viruses. By flooding the vehicle with clean air, AirBubbl reduces the airborne virus load and the risk of transmission where people are in close proximity, such as ambulances, patient transport and other service vehicles.

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Reduce the airborne virus load and the risk of infection

While larger droplets quickly fall out of the air, smaller droplets persist as aerosols. In this environment viruses can remain alive for hours according to recent studies from MIT and the New England Journal of Medicine1. Droplets and bioaerosols also lead to the contamination of surfaces, another route of transmission

The AirBubbl by AirLabs is an easy-to-fit air filtration device that removes more than 95% of airborne viruses and pollution. Producing more than 30,000 litres of clean air every hour, it significantly reduces the airborne virus load and with it the risk of infection.

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    Protecting drivers, crew and
    patients from the risk of COVID-19

    Our solutions in action

    Warrington’s Own Buses became the first bus company in the world to install air cleaning devices across its entire operational bus fleet to protect its drivers from the risk of airborne transmission of Coronavirus.

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    Leading healthcare transport provider, the HATS Group, has fitted its vehicles with clean air technology to decrease exposure of patients to Coronavirus.

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