As the only approved AIRsteril partner for several specialist sectors, DAX airscience offers guaranteed solutions to both infection and odour control issues in a wide variety of businesses.
Do you want to clear offensive odours and control harmful infections? Whether it is a small toilet or a large enclosed space, AIRsteril has the right equipment and vast experience in solving odour control issues. The AIRsteril range of air purification products are designed and manufactured by Airscience Technology International Limited, a UK company who specialise in air purification products for controlling odour and infections in enclosed spaces.
We care about the air you, your staff and your customers breathe. AIRsteril products improve environments in washrooms, care homes, waste processing plants, cinemas, auditoria, laboratories, health clubs, offices, airports, hotels, dentists, hospitals, schools and many more. Our aim is to help you improve the quality of air in enclosed spaces by cutting odours and the bacteria, viruses, mould, fungi and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) found in the air and on surfaces that cause these odours and can present a health risk.
Our management team have in-depth knowledge of the air purification market. We understand that every environment has different air quality issues and that you cannot have a 'one size fits all' solution.
Our range of products have been specifically developed to suit a wide range of applications from small bedrooms, offices and washrooms to large lounges, sports halls, auditoria and waste processing plants. Customers can choose from a range of AIRsteril units to suit each location's size, footfall, level of contamination and the required level of sterilisation.
AIRsteril products use a unique process based on UV technology and a series of purification activities both inside the equipment and in the 'cascading' plasma exiting the equipment. In every case our equipment conforms to all health and safety regulations.
We are proud members of the European Ozone Trade Association, as part of the EUOTA we work to improve the education, information and regulation around the use of Ozone, ensuring efficient and safe products and practices are maintained at all times.
“This was another reason we elected to go with AIRsteril; chemical fogging makes the atmosphere damp which gave us a problem with our electrics. It also requires a complete plant shutdown and staff out of the facility and production downtime costs money”, said Stephen’s Gary Luff. “Not to mention the £1,000 per week we were spending on swab testing. Because AIRsteril works 24 hours a day it is constantly killing both airborne and surface bacteria. We consistently found massive reductions in TVC and were able to scale back the testing and saved on those costs as well.”
The technology was endorsed 100% by both the Stephen’s Fresh Foods Technical Team and their Directors.
"The UK banking centre at Canary Wharf is populated with modern skyscrapers featuring the latest in office building technology. The Credit Suisse UK HeadQuarters allows staff to make the most of windows which has meant that the main building services are sited in the middle of the building. As such with long air ducting, their luxury washrooms struggle to maintain air quality and a clean, fresh smelling work place.
They have installed AIRsteril for odour and infection control in their washrooms. Convinced that the bacteria and viruses that cause infections are killed by AIRsteril, the new offices will feature MF units to ensure staff absenteeism is kept to a minimum."
"On a Test Match day at Lord's there are 25,000 people, mostly males, spending all day watching cricket and drinking. With several visits per person during the day the gents toilets can have up to a 10,000 footfall a day. The staff have had difficulty in clearing the resulting odours. The stainless steel trough urinals in some of the washrooms create added problems.
Just in time for a major Test Match, AIRsteril WRX trial units were installed in two of the major washrooms. After just a few hours, the units had managed to get on top of the smell, then controlled the odours throughout the 5 day match. The facilities staff are very pleased and plan to increase the number of installations before the start of the next cricket season."