Office Spaces

Returning to Work Safely

With people spending around 90% of their time indoors1, and employees working a
40-hour week, the quality of the indoor air in the workplace is vital. For many businesses, getting staff back to work safely during a global pandemic has been a top priority. While basic safety measures have been put in place, providing clean air to employees will not only win their trust, but it will also protect their health and the health of the business.

Covid has changed the face of the Office Spaces like never before

We understand the issues and are here to help:

The Solution

We install simple technology that kills 99.9999% of airborne viruses and Bacteria. Meaning you can have the assurance that your customers and staff are being kept safe from any risks. Allowing your business to get back to the best kind of ‘normal’ possible in 2021

Book a no obligation free call to discuss how our technology and air filtration can help your business

farmwood M&E Ventilation
“When we leave the office for the day we know that our air quality is being further improved overnight by the VIRUSKILLER™ units we installed. All this in addition to masks, sanitiser, probiotic cleaning products and atomisers, social distancing, and screens has allowed the office to fully activate for many months and offer the team a safe environment.”
Nathan Wood
Farmwood M&E Ventilation
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“Delighted to now have Radic8 VK103 and VK401 units installed in our offices, keeping staff confidence high and reassuring visiting clients of our commitment to clean and healthy air in our workspaces.”
Barnes Walker Architects

Poor indoor air quality is risky business.

Indoor air pollution is a significant risk to not only the health of employees, but also the health of the entire business. Common air pollutants and allergens can reduce an employee’s ability to respond to the day-to-day demands of their work, leading to fatigue, headaches, diminished mental and physical performance, and respiratory issues.2

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The number of UK workers who report contracting an infection from their workplace. Presenteeism – the phenomenon of staff coming to work despite having an infectious illness – has a major impact on the productivity and wellbeing of healthy employees.3

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Emissions of VOCs from electronic equipment such as computer in an office can be up to 120 times higher when in use, putting the health of office workers at risk.4

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In offices, emissions from aged materials and furniture typically account for up to 30% of the total VOCs5, which can exacerbate allergies and respiratory issues in office workers and contribute towards Sick Building Syndrome.6

Hygiene first

While desks, common surfaces, and equipment are routinely disinfected, the cleanliness of indoor air in offices is crucial for the overall health of staff. VIRUSKILLER™ decontaminates the air, protecting staff from airborne pathogens, bacteria, and viruses.

Indoor air safety

Most offices in urban areas face poor ventilation and high levels of outdoor air pollution, as well as toxic fumes and VOCs from photocopiers7, printers8, and other office equipment9. VIRUSKILLER™ takes control of the airflow in office spaces, neutralising harmful gases and VOCs.

Prevent cross-infection

Office workers share the same space for many hours a day, putting themselves at risk of contracting illnesses from staff who might be ill or asymptomatic. VIRUSKILLER™ decontaminates the air in offices, providing real-time protection against airborne viruses and bacteria.

Staff Reassurance

Staff are reassured to know that their employers have invested in clean air technology in the workplace, especially during vulnerable times. VIRUSKILLER™ helps protect the health of office workers who spend at least eight hours a day in the workplace.

WE SHARE CLEAN AIR CERTIFICATION

Stay one step ahead with premium indoor air safety

With increasing indoor air regulations and public concern, huge demand is being placed on businesses to carefully treat the indoor air. We Share Clean Air, powered by VIRUSKILLER™, champions a business’s commitment to the highest standards of indoor air quality.

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Clean air for clear minds

Studies10 show that air pollutants and poor ventilation in the workplace can affect the overall productivity and concentration levels of staff11. VIRUSKILLER™ provides to office spaces the same kind of premium clean air solutions used in critical spaces around the world, bringing the physical and mental benefits that breathing clean air affords to employers and staff.

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All-day protection for safer working conditions

Providing clean air and a healthy working environment for employees amidst a global pandemic is crucial for businesses when staff may be concerned about returning to work. Unlike regular air purifiers, VIRUSKILLER™ decontaminates the air in the workplace, helping to prevent cross-infection from impacting health and productivity.

More than just air purifiers

VIRUSKILLER™ units are standalone, plug-and-play devices perfectly suited to rooms of various sizes and indoor air quality concerns.  Get premium indoor air safety technology that filters, neutralises, and decontaminates indoor air, as used in critical care spaces around the world.  Click HERE for more information

Philips Disinfection Chambers

The Disinfection Chambers are ideal for the instant disinfection of objects and shared devices. The UVC chambers inactivate the 99.99% of viruses in a matter of minutes and therefore help to reduce the spread of Covid-19. Click HERE for more information.

Viractiv Shield

The Virustatic Shield, reusable face covering with its unique Viruferrin™ coating gives antiviral protection for you and your family.  The easy-to-wear face covering helps prevent infection. It’s light and breathable, with proven stopping power, blocks, captures and disables up to 99.99% of viruses, including SARS-CoV-2, the virus which causes COVID-19. Click HERE for more informaiton

We Share Clean Air

"Welcome to the family"

We’re spending more time inside, but instead of being safe from pollutants, we’re more exposed than ever. Indoor air is on average two to five times more polluted than the air outside12 — yet despite greater awareness of airborne diseases, we continue to share the same contaminated air.Embrace clean air technology and bring fresh air back inside and join the community that is committed to turning the tables on poor indoor air.
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References & Footnotes

  1. Klepeis, N.E. et al. “The National Human Activity Pattern Survey (NHAPS): a resource for assessing exposure to environmental pollutants”. Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology vol. 11, 2001:231-52
  2. Živković, S.; Veljković, M. “Psychological effects of indoor air pollution” Working and Living Environmental Protection, vol. 11, 2014, 2, 109 – 117
  3. BMC Public Health. “A systematic review of infectious illness Presenteeism: prevalence, reasons and risk factors” https://bmcpublichealth.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12889-019-7138-x
  4. Berrios, I.T. et al. “Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) emissions from sources in a partitioned office environment and their impact on IAQ”. 2005
  5. Assimakopoulos, V.D.; et al. “An experimental study of the indoor air quality in areas of different use”. Global NEST Journal, vol 10, 2008, 192-200. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/215979919_An_experimental_study_of_the_indoor_air_quality_in_areas_of_different_use
  6.  Živković, S.; Veljković, M. “Psychological effects of indoor air pollution”. Working and Living Environmental Protection, vol. 11, 2014: 109 – 117
  7. Berrios, I.T. et al. “Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) emissions from sources in a partitioned office environment and their impact on IAQ”. 2005
  8. Carrer, P.; Wolkoff, P. “Assessment of Indoor Air Quality Problems in Office-Like Environments: Role of Occupational Health Services”. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, vol. 15, 2018
  9. Cacho, C. et al. “Air pollutants in office environments and emissions from electronic equipment: A Review. A”. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin, vol. 11, 2013
  10. Singapore Ministry of the Environment. “Guidelines for good indoor air quality in office premises”. Institute of Environmental Epidemiology. 1996
  11. Kelly, F. J.; Fussell, J. C. “Improving indoor air quality, health and performance within environments where people live, travel, learn and work”. Atmospheric Environment, 2018
  12. United States Environmental Protection Agency. “Introduction to Indoor Air Quality”. EPA https://www.epa.gov/indoor-air-quality-iaq/introduction-indoor-air-quality
Clean air for the air we share