COVID-19 VIRUS TRANSMISSION IN TRANSPORTATION
IN A 70M3 COACH, Aura AiR will filter THIS VOLUME OF AIR 5x EVERY HOUR AT FULL POWER (6x IS THE RECOMMENDATION FOR HOSPITAL WARDS*!)
* Dept of Health - Heating & Ventilation Systems - Health Technical Memorandum 03-01 Page 83 - Click here for details
Announcing, the first retrofittable, compact, ceiling-mounting, Air Filtration/Disinfection system for the Transportation Industry:
- Aggressively kills 99% of Viruses and Bacteria
Unlike traditional systems, Aura Air does not rely on UV-C light alone - it deploys two additional PATENTED technologies. The HEPA filter includes an integrated Carbon Filter to reduce Odours. The unit also has an integrated Fire & Carbon Monoxide Alarm.
- Compact & powerful - but quiet when it needs to be
Aura Air have incorporated the latest fan technology in the unit to achieve a maximum CADR of 206CFM (350m3/hour). Each unit can clean a volume of 150m3, 2.5 times every hour.
- Reduced “Fallow Time” between journeys
Minimises the time it takes to neutralise the air in the cabin before cleaners are allowed to enter the cabin.
- The only Filter system currently undergoing Phase II COVID-19 related Clinical trials
It is actively being used in the COVID wards of one of the top 10 Clinical Hospitals in the world and being Clinically tested for its effectiveness against the spreading of the virus via airborne aerosol droplets generated by heavy breathing, speaking, singing, coughing and sneezing.
- Staff and Customers - peace of mind
The unit also has a variety of in-built high-precision sensors, measuring particulate concentrations and pollutant levels. These can be displayed in real-time via a free, downloadable App, to passengers and staff on their Smart Phones and Tablets.
SPECIAL RENTAL PACKAGE - £25* per month
Aura Air are offering a 3 year rental package, including replacement Filters every 6 months, for the special rate of £25+VAT per month per unit (minimum of 4 units per company). This package includes an App displaying local conditions on a Smart Phone or Tablet, viewable by staff and customers alike. * The monthly rate is subject to Finance company approval.
MEASURES & DISPLAYS, REAL-TIME AIRBORNE PARTICULATE LEVELS
The Aura Air Filter system accurately measures and displays PM2.5 and PM10 particulate sizes in real-time - on a Smart Phone, Tablet or Computer Display - useful in providing feedback of the level of airborne particles in every carriage. The Aura Air Filter system also accurately measures and displays VOC, Humidity, CO and CO2 levels.
A SCALABLE, MANAGEABLE, DISPLAYABLE SOLUTION
Monitor multiple Aura Air units on one vehicle, or even a fleet - assuming you have local WiFi capability. The customisable "Dashboard" of chosen "Events" can be displayed on a PC or a large screen monitor, for instance in the Central Depot or Control Room - wherever an instant overview is required for peace of mind or for any forthcoming legal health requirements.
CLINICAL TEST REPORTS
THE POLLUTION ISSUES IN LONDON
TfL were contacted by us with a proposed solution for every carriage and in every driver's cabin over three months ago - no response as yet
PM2.5 - FINE PARTICLES - 15 times higher
concentrationS than above ground
Research carried out on various parts of the Underground network found that concentrations of fine particles (PM2.5) were 15 times higher than above ground, plus greater than those found in the subway networks of Beijing, Guangzhou, Los Angeles, Mexico, New York, Seoul, Taipei, Sydney and Barcelona. Those who travelled by Tube were exposed to much higher levels of PM2.5 than those who travel by bike, car or bus, and that a typical daily commute can make up a significant proportion of a person’s daily exposure to fine particles.
Excerpt from a report from the “Environmental International” Journal
AND IT'S NOT A GREAT STORY ABOVE GROUND EITHER ...
We found that the level of pollution taxi drivers were exposed to (4.1 µg/m³) was a third higher than measurements recorded at one of the busiest roads in London (3.1 µg/m³). This exposure is higher than if you worked at a desk that was literally sat on a road frequented by 90,000 vehicles each day.
Excerpt from a King’s College Study in 2019