Asthma is a serious medical condition that affects many employees in the workplace. Indoor allergens such as dust mites can be difficult to control, however, it’s possible to minimise them through utilising a high-quality Taski vacuum cleaner and with thorough cleaning.
The initial investment in advanced cleaning technology will save you money long-term, ensuring a durable and efficient solution with an eco-friendly mode that keeps the environment in mind, at all times.
Whether you are business owner looking for a high-quality cleaning solution or a cleaning professional needing a state-of-the-art vacuum such as our TASKI AERO, vacuums can help reduce allergens in the environment like mould spores, dust mites, cigarette smoke, and pet dandruff.
Filtering the Air with a HEPA Filter
Standard Heating, Ventilation, and Air conditioning (HVAC) filters are designed to protect the equipment by keeping dust out of the system. These filters can trap larger dust particles, however, mould, pollen, and bacteria can slip through their fibres.
Standing for High-Efficiency Particulate Air, a HEPA filter is especially designed to block the smaller particles in the air. Composed of layers of glass fibres that are densely packed, these filters can trap almost all dust, smoke, and pollen particles in a room. All of our AERO vacuums have a HEPA E12 filtration available, with a 99.5% collection efficiency.
These filters are particularly important for the healthcare industry and other environments in which it’s vital to have the best possible air quality.
Reaching All Areas
With various available accessories, our AERO vacuums allow for environments to be successfully cleaned with the right attachments. Have this variety of accessories for different applications will make easier cleaning hard-to-reach places. Whether it’s under a sofa or in a tight corner, there are attachments that can easily vacuum those areas.
When hard-to-reach areas are cleaned, and the layers of dust and debris have been removed, it eliminates one of the most potentially contaminated spaces. As the areas aren’t easily accessible and cleaned regularly, allergens build up and increase the risk of an allergic reaction.
Vacuuming Various Surfaces
Vacuums are great options for more than just floors, as furniture can also be vacuumed. While the former are typically the main cleaning focus, the vacuums attachments can help to reach other surfaces and areas for a more thorough cleaning.
In areas where food waste is more present, such as kitchens and cafeterias for example, it’s vital to thoroughly clean all surfaces before disinfecting them. This can aid to remove potential allergens and prevent food contamination.
Allergens and Dust Containment
While bagless vacuums can help to reduce waste to a certain degree, they might not always be the best choice for removing indoor allergens. Dust can more easily re-enter the air through both their operation and emptying processes, and extra care must be taken.
Vacuums operating with bags can often help to better contain dust particles, dirt, and allergens. Areas accessed by people with higher sensitivity to allergens benefit from paper and fleece vacuum bags, which are very tear-resistant and have a high rate of dust retention.
When purchasing a vacuum with commercial or industrial needs, it’s vital to keep your requirements in mind to ensure you choose the best possible vacuum. Get in touch with our team today if you would like to know more about our AERO vacuums and their specifications.
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