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How can Plasma Clean help your business in a post-Covid world?

“In very simple terms; Plasma Clean’s solutions take the air in your environment, kill any microorganisms, and push clean, virus-free air back into the area…”

Plasma Clean’s CEO, Steve Keogh, breaks down what we do, how long we’ve been doing it, and how our Indoor Air Quality / Infection Control / Virus Prevention / UVGI solutions will protect your commercial or domestic environments, during and after the global Coronavirus pandemic.

Plasma Clean’s CEO, Steve Keogh, pictured with not a Lightsaber

We are open to questions, thoughts and challenges. So, if you are facing some overwhelming decisions at the moment – namely preparing your workplace, communal areas, or even homes – to ensure they are as safe as possible, then allow us to create a cleaner, safer environment for you.

For more information, please visit Plasma-Clean.com and please be sure to Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more informative videos.

For now, we wish you all minimal disruption and that you are safe.

Warm regards

Plasma Clean

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UVGI solutions to prevent, control and kill Coronavirus

To each and all,

I would like to first start by saying, I hope this message finds you all safe and well.

April has been a busy month for Plasma Clean with the launch of our UVGI solutions and achieving the status of a Government approved Covid-19 Supplier with the Crown Commercial Services.

Our UVGI solutions have been developed to prevent, control and kill Coronavirus.

The demand for these solutions has been higher than we first anticipated and we’re currently taking pre orders to ensure stock is allocated to achieve customer expectations.

Our AirKlean UVGI can be fitted on the wall or installed as a ceiling mounted ‘plug & play’ solution. Alternatively, our TechniKlean UVGI can be retrofitted within existing air handling units. These are specifically designed to disinfect air, and eliminate 99+% of airborne microbes such as viruses, bacteria, spores and moulds.

We are currently working in partnership with a number of NHS suppliers to provide solutions to disinfect hospital wards by installing our technology in the existing air handling units, and as stand-alone wall mounted solutions. Our solutions are not exclusive to the NHS and can be used in many environments including commercial buildings, office space, retail, lifts, water treatment and even food production facilities.

As a technology-led business with a key mission to create a cleaner, safer environment for all, we want to help prevent, control and kill Coronavirus with our UGVI solutions.

If you have any questions about our solutions please do not hesitate to contact us:

ask@plasma-clean.com

Stay safe

Steve Keogh CEO

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A message from our CEO, Steve Keogh

To each and all,

May I take this opportunity to wish you all well and hope that you all remain safe during this unprecedented time.  I am truly overwhelmed to read, hear and see some of the positive actions that our Government, NHS, businesses, charities, families and individuals are doing to protect and care for our nation, and each other.  These are uncertain times and it’s incredible how we’ve adapted to come together, remain strong and get through this.

The team at Plasma Clean are all safe and well.  We’ve all been working from home since the 18th March and we will continue to do so until the restrictions are lifted.  Other than the occasional dog barking, baby crying or teenager screaming at their Xbox, working from home is proving to be quite effective and it is business as usual.

Over recent weeks I’ve seen numerous articles on Indoor Air Quality and ‘Coronavirus killing products’, which is a relevant topic, as you would imagine.  Some of the articles and products appear to be misleading. I want to share Plasma Cleans knowledge, experience and technology in this market. Our aim is to provide some accurate information about Indoor Air Quality and virus killing solutions.

We plan to share this information via short video clips, presented by our Technical Director, Dr David Glover. David will also provide written information to support this, and we encourage and welcome any questions regarding our technology and solutions.
Our first video will be shared on our social platforms on Tuesday 14th April, with regular updates to follow.

Once again, I wish you all well. 

Stay Safe

Steve Keogh
CEO – Plasma Clean Limited

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Ensuring a safe workplace in a post-Covid world

Hello and we hope everyone is safe, well and the mists are starting to clear with regards to getting back into your respective workplaces.

We understand this is still very overwhelming, which can only be heightened by the apparent lack of #direction or clarity in what is needed to ensure workplaces are re-opened safely.

With this in mind, communication and understanding are paramount, as – unfortunately – there will always be those who utilise misinformation as part of their agenda.

Therefore, we invite any questions, queries or conundrums that may be on your mind – and can happily provide our test data (graphic source: “Evaluation of the performance of UV device for the reduction in airborne microorganisms” – prepared for Plasma Clean LTD at The University of Leeds, Feb 2017), case studies and testimonials at request.

For more information as to how we can improve Infection Control, Indoor Air Quality and wellbeing in your workplace, please drop us a line via LinkedIn or online:

ask@plasma-clean.comContact

“Evaluation of the performance of UV device for the reduction in airborne microorganisms” – prepared for Plasma Clean LTD at The University of Leeds, Feb 2017

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2020 Video Series #3: How UVGI solutions can prevent, control and kill the spread of Coronavirus

Plasma Clean UVGI equipment is designed and specified to ensure that UV-C dosages equal or exceed those required for coronavirus treatment. Explore our solutions here: http://Plasma-Clean.com/UVGI-range

Plasma Clean UVGI systems are sized to achieve up to 99% microbial kill rate for common microbes based on UV-C dosage tables, as well as independent testing carried out by Plasma Clean.

Ultraviolet light in the c-band range (225–302 nm) is lethal to micro-organisms and is referred to as ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI). It is well known for its germicidal – or germ killing – properties and is used extensively for water and surface treatment. Historically, airstream disinfection has proven less predictable. This is due to underspecifying the UV-C dosage and poor design.

UVGI works by cross linking the nucleic acids (DNA & RNA) which prevents replication and proliferation of micro-organisms such as viruses, bacteria, spores, moulds, yeast and fungi.

It is important to use the correct UV-C dosage in order to achieve high kill rates. Low intensity UV-C can be used for surface treatment as there is a long UV-C exposure time whereas high intensity UV-C is required for air treatment as the exposure time is short.

The UV dosage to achieve microbial kill varies considerably between micro-organisms, with spore-forming microbes being more resilient to UV attack than vegetative cells, for example. Microbial spores are akin to plant seeds and are adapted to withstand extreme environments whereas so-called vegetative cells are those which grow and divide – a plant seed can survive in, and actually requires, dry conditions whereas the vegetative new shoot after germination requires water.

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2020 Video Series #2: Plasma Clean looks at the CIBSE Journal and removing the threat of Covid-19 from buildings

In the second of a new series of #StayAtHome videos, Dr David Glover looks at April’s issue in the CIBSE Journal.

Here, you can gain some insight into best practices to keep buildings safe during the #coronavirus pandemic, and we touch on what measures should be put in place afterwards.

To read the full article and the rest of #CIBSEJournal‘s April issue, please visit: http://portfolio.cpl.co.uk/portfolio/CIBSE/202004/26/

For now, we hope you are all staying #positive, #proactive and most importantly; #stayingathome.

Be sure to +Folllow us on LinkedIn for regular updates and advice on #InfectionControl and #OdourControl.

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