Surgically Clean Air at The Brush Stop: It’s like Hand Sanitizer for Air
At The Brush Stop, we’re always looking for ways to invest in our patients’ health and whole-body wellness. In an effort to go the extra mile to ensure the safety of our patients, team, and families, The Brush Stop has adopted a surgically clean air unit. Surgically Clean Air’s line of air purifiers were developed by two physicians as a rapid response to infection control during the original SARS outbreak. This unit operates 24/7 to assure that our team and our guests breathe only clean, germ-free air.
What does this mean exactly? It’s like hand sanitizer for the air. It means that when you visit our office, you can rest assured that all the air in the space is filtered of elements .01 microns in size or greater. Meaning viruses, bacteria, fungi, chemicals all get filtered and scrubbed clean, just as it is in a surgical operating room in a hospital.
So what’s the process? The air moves through a six stage filtration system for the Surgically Clean Air system to deliver these amazing results:
- Pre-filter stage – catches large particles as room air is drawn through the intake chamber; comprised of an anti-biotic pre-filter which inhibits most bacterial growth
- Dual-stage electronic precipitator stage – filters out particulates as small as 0.01 microns (15,000 times smaller than a human hair) using ionization to electrically charge, attract, and contain these particles
- Activated carbon filter and molecular sieve stage – absorbs odors, chemicals, and gases
- Photo-catalytic stage – captures remaining residue from VOCs, bacteria, and viruses that have been destroyed
- Dual high-intensity ultraviolet chamber – obliterates viruses and bacteria at the DNA level
- Negative ion revitalization – the purified air is charged with negative ions which are proven to increase the flow of oxygen to the brain, as well as reduce drowsiness and increase mental energy=
So next time you visit us at The Brush Stop, you can breathe in a sigh of relief, and clean air!
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