CL02 Indoor Air Sterilizer
Homeworks Environmental along with IAQProducts is proud to introduce the very latest technology available in the process of Indoor Air Quality and Air Sterilization utilizing Chlorine Dioxide CL02. This exciting new technology was only previously available in large vehicle trailer mounted equipment to be used as a single application disinfection and sterilization method. Average costs for such treatments could be in excess of $100,000.00 per facility. Our unit offers continuous treatment for a fraction of this cost.
On average most people will spend 85-90% of their time inside. Indoor air is teeming with bacteria, viruses, and mold spores, which can be hazardous and life threatening to your health. Microbes are nasty and getting nastier – many have become antibiotic resistant resulting in prolonged hospital stays, others cause allergies; still others have traveled great distances to get to your home, or public gathering area. The world is getting more crowded, more urbanized, and more traveled. The constant spread of disease, viruses, bacteria, and other harmful conditions is always a threat to your health. Indoor Air Quality has become a national concern. The dizzying array of “air purifiers” on the market all generally have the same physical principle of operation: Preventing big things from going through slightly smaller holes. They don’t know or care whether that particle is living or dead. They offer a physical solution, not a biological solution. Our CLO2 air sterilizer offers a biological solution to a biological problem of airborne pathogens. The CLO2 air sterilizer is much more than an air purifier. It is an air disinfector, designed to kill and remove harmful living microorganisms from the air as efficiently as possible. Unlike standard physical air filtration systems, it uses a unique, patent-pure molecular CLO2 system which combines air purification and disinfection. Our Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) is a highly effective, environmentally-friendly biocide.
Our unit is approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a class A1 level security air purifier. Utilizing a selective oxidant that attacks planktonic and sessile level safety broad spectrum, and highly efficient disinfectant. Through the release of strong oxidizing ability of atomic oxygen, it quickly and efficiently controls the synthesis of microbial protein bacteria, mold, fungi, bacteria, and viruses. It disinfects surfaces, and rapidly reduces biofilms. The result is 99.99% disinfection rates according to international standards.
Healthcare workers (HCWs) are occupationally exposed to a variety of infectious diseases during the performance of their duties. The delivery of healthcare services requires a broad range of workers, such as physicians, nurses, technicians, clinical laboratory workers, first responders, building maintenance, security and administrative personnel, social workers, food service, housekeeping, and mortuary personnel. Moreover, these workers can be found in a variety of workplace settings, including hospitals, nursing care facilities, outpatient clinics (e.g., medical and dental offices, and occupational health clinics), ambulatory care centers, and emergency response settings. The diversity among HCWs and their workplaces makes occupational exposure to infectious diseases especially challenging. For example, not all workers in the same healthcare facility, not all individuals with the same job title, and not all healthcare facilities will be at equal risk of occupational exposure to infectious agents.
The primary routes of infectious disease transmission in US healthcare settings are contact, droplet, and airborne. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Influenza is primarily a community-based infection that is transmitted in households and community settings. Each year, 5% to 20% of U.S. residents acquire an influenza virus infection, and many will seek medical care in ambulatory healthcare settings (e.g., pediatricians’ offices, urgent-care clinics). In addition, more than 200,000 persons, on average, are hospitalized each year for influenza-related complications(http://www.cdc.gov/flu/keyfacts.htm). Healthcare-associated influenza infections can occur in any healthcare setting and are most common when influenza is also circulating in the community.
Traditionally, influenza viruses have been thought to spread from person to person primarily through large-particle respiratory droplet transmission(http://www.cdc.gov/flu/professionals/acip/clinical.htm) (e.g., when an infected person coughs or sneezes near a susceptible person). Transmission via large-particle droplets requires close contact between source and recipient persons, because droplets generally travel only short distances (approximately 6 feet or less) through the air. Indirect contact transmission via hand transfer of influenza virus from virus-contaminated surfaces or objects to mucosal surfaces of the face (e.g., nose, mouth) may also occur. Airborne transmission via small particle aerosols in the vicinity of the infectious individual may also occur; however, the relative contribution of the different modes of influenza transmission is unclear. Airborne transmission over longer distances, such as from one patient room to another has not been documented and is thought not to occur. All respiratory secretions and bodily fluids, including diarrheal stools, of patients with influenza are considered to be potentially infectious; however, the risk may vary by strain. Detection of influenza virus in blood or stool in influenza infected patients is very uncommon.
Healthcare Associated Infections (HAIs) – Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- Burkholderia cepacia
- Clostridium difficile
- Clostridium sordellii
- Enterobacteriaceae (carbapenem-resistance)
- Gram-negative bacteria
- Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
- Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus
- Mycobacterium abscessus
- Pseudomonas aeruginosa
- Staphylococcus aureus
- Tuberculosis (TB)
- Vancomycin-intermediate Staphylococcus aureus and Vancomycin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus
- Vancomycin-resistant Enterococci (VRE)
What can the CL02 Air Sterilizer accomplish?
- Disinfection of air-borne mold spores at a sterilization rate of 99.97%.
- This unit will reduce potential infection from commonly spread bacteria and viruses to protect the safety and well-being of patrons, staff and patients alike. Sterilization rate in 99.97%.
- A combined air purification and disinfection sterilization product which can safely be used in any indoor public location.
- Cl02 is also effective for penetrating the proteins surrounding certain pollens to render them harmless to those with allergies.
- In 2001, chlorine dioxide was successfully employed to decontaminate the anthrax-contaminated Hart Senate Office Building
- The long list of intended use locations include: hospitals, doctor’s offices, senior centers, nursing facilities, health clinics, fitness centers, schools, residential, and any suspect areas
- 360 degree air intake covers up to 1600 sqf area.
- Eliminates by products such as formaldehyde, phenol, and other harmful substances.
- Eliminate and reduce unpleasant odors.
- Reduce indoor allergy symptoms.
- Safe for people to stay inside the service area while the CL02 air sterilizer is operating. Unlike other products on the market including UV and Ozone there is no risk from leaking exposure.In comparison to ozone air and ultraviolet air purification technology current on the market, chlorine dioxide dynamic air disinfection technology is more secure, stable, and environmentally friendly.
- Economical and easy to use.
- FDA and EPA research show that Cl02 is effective in eliminating over 20 of the most common harmful pathogens. Including Influenza A and B and norovirus.
- CL02 Air Sterilizer is presently in use in the following Countries: USA, Canada, Germany, UK, Russia, Japan, Singapore, China, and the Netherlands.
- ClO2 is effective with Escherichia Coli, Staphylococcus Aurous, Propagule, Hepatitis virus, Phage, and other bacteria. Our products were effectively used during the 2014 Ebola Virus outbreak in South Africa 2014
- Our CL02 air sterilizer has obtained 20 international patents, including Patent Excellence Award: ZL20100566193.9
- Manufacturer operates according to ISO 9000 standards as well certifications from organizations such as STC, CE, ROSH, FDA, SMQ, and COQ.
- Approved by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a class A1 level security air purifier
- 10-years in product development and testing Nationwide Technology
- Product tested and approved to 47 CFR Part 18 standards, Waltek Services
- Product in use California Department of Health.
- Product use includes 15 counties.
Product name: CL02 wall-mounted air Disinfection Machine Model: 209A Charge voltage: 110V/60Hz or 220V/50Hz Operating voltage: 12V Rated power: <25W Static power: 0.1W Noise: <45 (dB) Shell material: plastic. Concentration level of 0.1 ppm within the application area: 10 ~ 150 (m) Purification rate: 99.99 (%) Operating temperature: 0-40 ° C Product size: 315 * 186 * 512 (mm) Outer packing: color box packing Carton size: 415 * 285 * 685 (mm) Gross weight: 11KG Net weight: 9.8KG Packing: 1 set Country of origin: Shenzhen Features: * Combined air purification and disinfection, sterilization rate of 99.99% * Eliminate formaldehyde, phenol and other harmful substance. * Purify the kitchen smell, smoke * No virus, no residual effects, no 2nd pollution.
Systems 1. Control system 2. Water supply system 3. Automatic delivery systems 4. Heating system 5. Reaction system 6. Gas supply system 7. Air supply system 8. Drainage system
Low noise – 45 dB
Full automatic periodic operation.
Three operational settings according to service area:
10-50m3 (100-550 sqf)
50-100m3 (550-1100 sqf)
100-150m3 (1100-1625 sqf)
Disinfected principle: CLO2 as A1 security class disinfectant by WHO and FAO, used for the disinfection of water and food, with great disinfection function.
Our CLO2 air sterilizer use of the world’s leading isolation and purification techniques to date in order to change the CLO2 into molecular gas though the air sterilizer, then release the molecular CLO2 rapidly into the air, 360° initiative to capture sterilization.
Unit will require replacement CL02 powder form canisters. Depending on unit settings the following will be the expected duration before change is required. Available at www.iaqproducts.net
Light duty 10-50m3: 2g expected working time, 150 days.
Medium duty 100m3: 4g expected working time, 75 days.
Heavy duty 100-150m3:6g expected working time, 37.5 days.
Unit will operate daily for a period of approximately 2-hours.
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