Demystifying air purification
How to clear up your COVID mitigation strategy
Thursday, November 18
With debate raging about COVID mitigation measures in education, institutions are currently working through a variety of challenges, often with unclear guidance on solutions and best practice.
One of the key mitigation measures agreed on is ventilation and indoor air quality, but what is the best solution?
The UK Department for Education announced that carbon dioxide monitors are to be made available to institutions next to help combat the virus. This step will indicate the extent of a facility’s indoor air quality problem, but will not resolve it.
Join our panel of experts as we explore: the science behind air quality as a COVID mitigation measure; the different air purification technologies available; and the best solutions for institutions of varying scale to confidently protect students and staff, while managing costs.
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We will discuss:
Tony Monk - Experienced County Environmental Health Officer
Tony is a retired County Environmental Health Office, having worked for Kent County Council. He has 20 years’ experience giving advice on infectious disease control, including legionnaires disease, at more than 1,100 schools. He maintains an active interest in public health, particularly in the context of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Christian Hendriksen - Co-founder and CEO, Rensair
After a career in financial services, Christian set up Rensair in 2020 to produce the air purifier originally invented by his father for hospitals. Rensair now has operations on 3 continents to meet demand driven by the pandemic. A Danish national resident in the UK, he has a MSc in Finance and Accounting from Copenhagen Business School.
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Rensair is a specialist in air purification, protecting and enhancing lives through clean air. Our patented technology, which combines H13 HEPA filtration with germicidal UVC light, was developed to meet the strict standards of Scandinavian hospitals and is independently validated by scientific research laboratories. Rensair’s portable air purifier offers schools and universities a practical, affordable and effective method for mitigating the risk of transmitting Covid-19 and other viruses and bacteria. With efficacy greater than 99.97%, performance can be at least as good as, if not better than, an in-built ventilation system at a fraction of the cost. Further savings can be made by reducing energy consumption for heating fresh air intake during winter.