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Is Your Air-Conditioning Helping Spread COVID-19?

Now that summer is on its way and lockdown orders are being lifted, reports have surfaced that air conditioners may be a factor in COVID-19 spread especially in public places, like your family entertainment center, office, or restaurants. It has to do with the way an air-conditioner works.

When an air-conditioner is turned on, air flow from the vent pushes droplets through the air and potentially into other people. Remember, while air conditioning might make a room feel fresher on a warm day, it’s simply recycled existing air.  
Like yourself, responsible operators can help mitigate exposure of harmful contaminants that pose health risks to your employees and guests by cleaning the airborne pollutants and mould in your premises, reducing the potential spread of COVID.

Here are 3 ways you can play your part with Embed Hygiene Defence products:

  1. Reduce airborne contaminants to improve indoor health with 100% natural active ingredients. Embed Hygiene Defence products are formulated with a unique and proprietary mix of 100% Australian Natural Active ingredients consisting of biodegradable steam-distilled essential oils that are tougher and longer-lasting. With Embed Hygiene Defence Airborne Defence system, any premise can have 24/7 protection and be able to proceed as normal. You don’t even need to evacuate your employees or guests when the product is placed in your facility.
  2. Indoor environments are typically air-conditioned, resulting in the spread of airborne contaminants to all indoor spaces. Embed Hygiene Defence Sanitising Gel is formulated deliberately as an evaporative gel so that it evaporates slowly into the air stream, spreading to all corners of the indoor air environment.  As it encounters airborne and surface germs, it stops their ability to breathe/reproduce, stopping the growth in its tracks.

    Don’t take our word for it. See the real results here.

  3. Games Equipment– helmets, joysticks, and bowling balls will be contaminated by microbial contaminants of the environment, as well as the personal germs that are naturally occurring in human breath and sweat. Embed Hygiene Defence Surface Spray is non-toxic and safe for families and society’s most vulnerable: children and the elderly.

Experience the Embed Hygiene Defence difference today.

 
Kathleen Goy
Kathleen Goy
Global Events Maverick also known as Ba-Kao-Liao. Kathleen's role at Embed includes Global Head of Events, GTM Planning, Media, Creative and PR. Kath has a proven track record in successful high-tech mobile marketing, with 360-degree marketing planning and execution experience. Most recently, the Embed booth at Amusement Expo 2020, won the Best Booth Design Award. You can find Kathleen on Linkedin.

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