After the Lockdown

The lockdown and vaccination have proved highly effective in reducing the impact the Coronavirus Pandemic but governments around the world continue to caution about the risk of complacency, the risk from new variants  and the fact that the virus may become endemic. To this end ongoing precautions will and must become the norm The UK … Read more

Coronavirus is in the air — there’s too much focus on surfaces.

The World Health Organization and national public-health agencies need to clarify their advice. A year into the pandemic, the evidence is now clear. The coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 is transmitted predominantly through the air — by people talking and breathing out large droplets and small particles called aerosols. Catching the virus from surfaces — although plausible — … Read more

Aerosols

Woman sneezing

What is the story? After a somewhat slow start science has confirmed that airborne infection is a problem. You will remember when the pandemic began there was lots of talk about sneezing and coughing into your elbow. Remember catch it, bin it,  kill it. Actually none of this is new in the 70’s and 80’s it was … Read more

Overview of Air Cleaning Technology

medixair

Many attempts have been made to utilise the power of UV light in air sterilisation. The particular success of Medixair is attributable in some measure to our recognition of the degradation characteristics of UV light over relatively low distances. There are however other reasons why products being sold against Medixair fail to compete and these … Read more