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Ever since scientists have been studying the lives of humans and animals in enclosed spaces, we know that apart from temperature and humidity, there is another vital climatic parameter – the atmospheric electricity or air ions.
We are concerned about the quality of food and water but what about air quality?
What effect does bipolar ionisation have?
The air ions interrupt cell division, thus preventing the replication of micro-organisms such as bacteria, fungi, germs, pollen etc.
Air ions destroy odour molecules and create fresh, breathable air.
Air ions can break down many chemical compounds and thereby reduce their environmentally damaging characteristics. The oxygen uptake of humans and animals is improved.
Well-being, motivation and productivity are increased and fatigue develops less rapidly.
The Aabach TechnoAir ionisation units create positive and negative air ions.
Aabach TechnoAir ionisation units convert denatured air into activated air and create a fresh air feeling.
Fresh Air. Everywhere.
Applications for Aabach TechnoAir ionisation equipment:
Food Industry:

  • The shelf life of perishable foods is extended
  • With Aabach TechnoAir air purifiers you can save a significant amount of energy and consequently money
  • Airborne bacteria counts can be reduced by up to 90% with our products

Compost Plants and Recycling:

  • In rubbish collection rooms the formation of mould is reduced and odours are neutralised
  • Residents in the vicinity of compost and recycling plants do not have to suffer unpleasant odours
  • Aabach TechnoAir air purifiers create an improved working environment for employees
Air Conditioning and Ventilation Systems:

  • Energy savings by increasing the proportion of recycled air and the indoor temperature by 1-3°C with the same level of comfort
  • Increased productivity with clean, healthy air and prevention of the“Sick Building Syndrome”
  • Facility protection as a result of cleaner duct systems

Public Health Sector:

  • Effective protection against allergies
  • Additional sterlisation of surfaces and und support of hygiene measures to avoid MRSA
  • Reduction of disease transmission by viruses and bacteria