Air purifier for the Constance Hospital Foundation

The Spitalstiftung Konstanz (Constance Hospital Foundation) has purchased 18 professional room air purifiers from UlmAIR for its care facilities at a cost of around 70,000 euros.

The Spitalstiftung Konstanz (Constance Hospital Foundation) has purchased 18 professional room air purifiers from UlmAIR for its care facilities at a cost of around 70,000 euros.

The reason for buying the air purifiers from UlmAIR was the Corona pandemic, because the devices filter out almost all viruses and bacteria - including the Corona virus, according to a statement in Constance on 2 June. The cleaners have been set up in the day rooms of the facilities in the city on Lake Constance. The residents spend most of the day in these rooms. The Foundation's staff, relatives and visitors also benefit from the purchase.

Planning for the future: Foundation Director Andreas Voß says: "It is important for us to draw conclusions from the Corona pandemic and to take measures that will protect residents, all relatives, and last but not least our staff in the future." The professional air cleaners would also protect against the insidious norovirus, even if an infection can never be completely ruled out, says Feelgood manager Marcello Cofone. Feelgood employees installed the UlmAIR devices in Constance. Asthmatics and pollen allergy sufferers can breathe just as easy, because the devices filter out irritating fine particles as well.

Sophisticated technology: The entire room air is circulated and cleaned six times per hour. The manufacturer uses a high-efficiency filter (HEPA H-14) with a separation of 99.995 %. The purified air is optimally distributed in the room at the upper opening of the unit without draught effect. Once a day, the filter is heated to 80 degrees. This heating kills harmful viruses and bacteria. The air purifiers also work quietly.

Active in care for the elderly

The Spitalstiftung Konstanz is one of the oldest community foundations in Germany. With over 450 employees, it now runs facilities for elderly people in need of care as well as the woge, a facility for people with mental illness.

Caption: Ralf Veit is happy about the purchase. He is the facility manager of the Luisenheim inpatient care facility of the Constance Hospital Foundation.

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