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TEXA AIR2 SAN OZONE GENERATOR - SANITISER

TEXA AIR2 SAN OZONE GENERATOR - SANITISER
TEXA AIR2 SAN OZONE GENERATOR - SANITISER
TEXA AIR2 SAN OZONE GENERATOR - SANITISER
TEXA AIR2 SAN OZONE GENERATOR - SANITISER
TEXA AIR2 SAN OZONE GENERATOR - SANITISER
TEXA AIR2 SAN OZONE GENERATOR - SANITISER
TEXA AIR2 SAN OZONE GENERATOR - SANITISER
TEXA AIR2 SAN OZONE GENERATOR - SANITISER
TEXA AIR2 SAN OZONE GENERATOR - SANITISER
TEXA AIR2 SAN OZONE GENERATOR - SANITISER
TEXA AIR2 SAN OZONE GENERATOR - SANITISER
TEXA AIR2 SAN OZONE GENERATOR - SANITISER
TEXA AIR2 SAN OZONE GENERATOR - SANITISER
TEXA AIR2 SAN OZONE GENERATOR - SANITISER
TEXA AIR2 SAN OZONE GENERATOR - SANITISER

AIR2 SAN is a sanitiser entirely manufactured in Italy which introduces important innovations aimed at guaranteeing the best possible elimination of viruses, bacteria and mildews.

740.00€
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  • Model: AIR2SAN

AIR2 SAN

TEXA’s revolutionary solution to sanitise vehicles and workplaces


AIR2 SAN is a sanitizer entirely manufactured in Italy which introduces important innovations aimed at guaranteeing the best possible elimination of viruses, bacteria and mildews. It is characterized by its completely automated process, which adjusts the saturation in the environment based on the saturation in the environment based on the ozone density, temperature and air humidity sensors. Once the procedure is complete, AIR2 SAN retransforms the residual ozone into oxygen, guaranteeing an immediately livable and safe environment. AIR2 SAN is equipped with a powerful suction filter, designed to avoid the passage of particles towards the ozone generator. 



It is expected that sanitation will become the most common and routine vehicle maintenance worldwide.


Mechanical workshops, but also vehicle dealerships, vehicle rent companies, taxi companies, transportation companies, fast-fit centers, carwash services and fuel stations will necessarily have to offer this service to their customers.


In a scenario featured by many improvised offers, TEXA has developed a highly professional line, expressly dedicated to the automotive industry, rich in measures and exclusive functions for the elimination of bacterium or virus.


Thanks to the particular and exclusive procedure that, at the end of the cycle, transforms the ozone into oxygen, AIR2 SAN is the only sanitizer on the market for the automotive industry that guarantees correct air quality before returning the vehicle, in order to protect both the driver and the workshop operator.

AIR2 SAN is also a great tool for sanitizing workplaces.


The TEXA AIR2 SAN kit can operate stand-alone or combined with a TEXA diagnostic system and related interface AIR2 SAN is activated directly from outside the vehicle through a remote control supplied with it, or the free APP, and provides a completely automated sanitation of the passenger compartment. In fact, the operator has nothing to worry about, not even selecting the vehicle since AIR2 SAN, thanks to its ozone, humidity and temperature sensors, automatically provides the correct level of saturation. When the green light appears in the display or the specific indication in the APP, the vehicle is ready to be returned to the customer, without any further operation.


In order to guarantee the utmost efficiency and professionalism of the operation, AIR2 SAN acts through three phases:



1 - During the first, AIR2 SAN, thanks to an electrostatic discharge, transforms the oxygen (O2) in the air in the passenger compartment, into ozone (O3) and spreads it in a precise, controlled and uniform way (not through a mere timer). This phase is more efficient and safe thanks to a filter located at intake and intended to avoid the passage of particles towards the ozone generator.

This to guarantee the generator itself a longer life, and also, more importantly, to eliminate the risk of an accidental production of dangerous nitric acid that may generate due to the entry of particulate into the O2 -> O3 transformation chamber.


2 - The second phase is the actual disinfection phase during which the AIR2 SAN microprocessor, based on the data provided by its sensors, maintains the ideal amount of ozone and determines how long it needs to stay in the passenger compartment in order to eliminate mildew, fungi, viruses and bacteria, as required by the medical-surgical standards. This automated process also eliminates any risk of human error.


3 - Contrarily to many products on the market, TEXA introduced a third phase in the sanitation process, which is a reverse cycle that transforms the residual ozone into oxygen through a catalyst. In other concentrations, the ozone is in fact a harmful gas and it is essential to guarantee a minimum residual concentration before returning the vehicle.


This to protect not only the customer’s health, but also the operator whom is particularly exposed each time the vehicle is opened after being sanitised.



AIR2 SAN for workplaces


Effective and reliable, AIR2 SAN is also perfect to sanities hotel rooms, bars, boats, waiting rooms, offices and rooms in general. Also in this case, the operator can benefit from its completely automatic operation, by simply starting AIR2 SAN via APP and waiting for the sanitation to complete.

Thanks to its sensors, AIR2 SAN will determine the correct amount of ozone to release. Reconverting the ozone into oxygen at the end of the procedure is essential to avoid re-entering a potentially irritant or ill smelling environment.


More information: https://www.texa.com/products/air2-san

In Italy, ozone has been recognised as a natural device for the sterilisation of environments contaminated by bacteria, viruses, spores, etc. by the Ministry of Health with protocol no. 24482 dated 31 July 1996 and as a disinfecting agent in air and water processing with CNSA dated 27 October 2010. Ozone as antimicrobial agent and active substance for the sanitation of surfaces.

http://www.salute.gov.it/imgs/C_17_pubblicazioni_1514_allegato.pdf

The recent report of the Italian Institute of Health ISS COVID-19 no. 25/2020 “Interim recommendations on cleaning and disinfection of non-healthcare settings during COVID-19 health emergency: surfaces, indoor environments and clothing. Version of May 15, 2020” confirms the use of ozone for the sanitation of environments, considering it effective against bacteria, viruses, etc.

Ozone generated in situ starting from oxygen is an active substance with a “biocidal” effect in review pursuant to BPR2 as a disinfectant for surfaces and drinking water and for use in the cooling towers of industrial plants. Even though the evaluation has not been completed, a wide data base is available that confirms its microbicidal effectiveness even against viruses.

The virucidal activity of ozone is rapidly performed after an ozonisation. As for many other products used for disinfection, there is no specific information on the effectiveness against the SARS-COV-2. On the other hand, there are various studies that support its virucidal effectiveness (Norovirus) in healthcare and non-healthcare settings. Even at low concentrations, with high humidity, ozone has a high disinfectant, virucidal effect in the air.

The International Ozone Association confirms that "ozone is highly effective for the inactivation of many viruses" (https://www.ioa-pag.org/resources/Documents/EOC%20Files/IOA%20Coronavirus%20Statement.pdf)

Based on a study reported in the Thailand Medical News, "ozone gas has been proven to kill the SARS coronavirus and since the structure of the new 2019-nCoV coronavirus is almost identical to that of the SARS coronavirus, it is relatively safe to say that it will also work on the new coronavirus". It must be noted, though, that there are no studies to date, except one that is currently ongoing in China, at the Institute of Virology in Hubei.

https://www.thailandmedical.news/news/ozone-can-be-used-to-destroy-the-new-coronavirus-and-disinfect-areas?fbclid=IwAR0jfamrUhEqr4sjfsS-Ql8lhWlNYGoyQSw-P-4Xr_OgV1BiPelQo1_VHBE

PROTOCOLS RELEASED IN ITALY

• University of Naples “Federico II”

in-vitro tests on the inactivating power of nascent oxygen against pathogenic enterobacteria and absence of genetic mutations

• University of Udine - Department of Food Science, prot. 219/94

salmonella - listeria decontamination tests on flat surfaces of equipment used for meat processing

• University of Parma - Institute of Microbiology

verification tests of the sterilising properties on bacterial colonies of e. coli - s. aureus - ps. aeruginosa - s. durans

• Ministry of Health, Italian Institute of Health (ISS) - Department of Food, Nutrition and Veterinary Health, protocol no. 24482 dated 31/07/96

INTERNATIONAL VALIDATIONS

• 1976 EPA Environmental Protection Agency (USA)

• 1982 IBWA International Bottled Water Association (USA)

• 1999 USDA Department of Agriculture (USA)

• 2001 FDA Food and Drug Administration (USA)

• 2002 NOP National Organic Program (USA)

• 2003 EFSA European Food Safety Authority (EU)

• 2012 BPR Biocidal Products Regulation (EU)

• 2018 ECHA European Chemicals Agency (EU), in the process of approval


INACTIVATION OF THE NEW CORONAVIRUS BY OZONE CONFIRMED

The first study on ozone and Covid-19 took place in early June.

Nara Medical University and MBT Consortium confirmed the inactivation of the new coronavirus through exposure to ozone gas.

Established in 1945, Nara Medical University is a Faculty of Medicine in Japan. The two professors who guided the study are Toshikazu Yano, Director of Infectious Diseases, and Takashi Kasahara.

Thanks to their laboratories and equipment, the scientists were able to prove that, when exposed to the correct saturation of ozone for a proper period of time, the coronavirus is inactivated and no longer infectious.