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GreenClean brings fresh air to vehicles

GreenClean Ireland has introduced ‘Airtune’, a non-toxic air purifying system which it claims can “kill coronavirus” in all indoor spaces, and interiors, including cars and other vehicles.

Airtune thoroughly disinfects and cleanses the whole of the interior and air-conditioning system of bad odours and invisable germs and viruses, including Covid-19.

The product of speciality German engineering and micro technology, Airtune is an innovative device that releases a non-toxic, paraben free ‘fog’ into any indoor space to purify the air and rid all surfaces of viruses, bacteria, mould and bad odours. It works to fumigate ventilation systems also.

Unlike other products such as Ozone, Airtune is non-toxic and paraben free, making it safe for residential and any interior use without the risk of irritation or aggravation of respiratory diseases such as asthma.

Airtune relies on heat fumigation, which has a larger coverage and deeper effect than conventional cold fumigation or ozone purifiers.

A hot air nebuliser heats up to start an evaporation process, projecting a ‘fog’ into the area. This lasts approximately 40 seconds. The device then heats back up and evaporates again. This cyclic process is repeated several times until all the fluid has been used up.

The fluid evaporates at 100°C and settles to cover all areas of the interior, including air ventilation systems, killing viruses including Corona viruses and eliminating odours and mould. Once the area has been well ventilated, it is safe to use. It can also be used repeatedly in the same location.

Fiona Dowd, MD of Green Clean Ireland said: “Healthy indoor air has never been so important and Airtune technology can make this a reality for countless businesses and organisations. We are excited to see where this product innovation leads and the possibilities it holds in the current and future fight against the spread of disease and the need for effective air purifiers in our increasingly industrialised world.”