Veterinary

 

The Occupational Information Network, a U.S. Department of Labor database, ranked Veterinarians the 4th most unhealthy job in America according to Oralhealth, July 2017.

Common airborne contaminants that can affect air quality in veterinary clinics include Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC's), airborne microorganisms including kennel cough and laboratory animal aeroallergens (LAA).  These airborne contaminants increase substantially during cage cleaning, animal feeding and handling.

Air quality is important for the welfare of the animals and the staff that care for them.  Airocide systems eradicate virtually every microorganism they encounter -- 99.999% of them on the first pass.  Proven in clinical studies.  Airocide’s bioconversion technology eliminates bacteria, viruses, mold, and mildew and removes harmful VOCs, which result from the constant sanitizing of surfaces.

Airocide® destroys all airborne organics at a molecular level by converting them into inorganic vapor. No filters are involved. No ozone is either used or generated as a byproduct. Other than replacing the lamp source for the catalyst once a year, no maintenance is required. Top it off with the fact that it consumes no more energy than (3) 100 watt light bulbs; failure to employ this NASA developed proprietary technology is simply inexcusable.