The Novaerus Defend 1050 - The Future of Infection Control is Here

Healthcare-acquired infections are a global concern. In Europe alone, 4.5 million episodes of nosocomial infections occur every year. Everyone who visits a healthcare facility, whether long-term or for acute care, is at risk.

Hand hygiene and surface disinfection has long been the international gold standard for infection control in healthcare environments. But as our hospitals become more crowded, infections become harder to treat, and costs become unmanageable, traditional protocols need reinforcement. Disinfecting hands and surfaces is not enough.

The new Novaerus Defend 1050 combines rapid air disinfection and purification into one powerful, safe and portable device. Designed for rapid remediation in large spaces and situations with high risk of infection, the Defend 1050 (NV1050) uses patented ultra-low energy plasma technology combined with a triple-stage Camfil® filter system to provide a combined solution for air disinfection and particle removal. The all-in-one Defend 1050 can be operated continuously around patients and staff to kill airborne pathogens, adsorb odours, neutralise volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and trap particulate as small as 0.3µm.

Novaerus ultra-low energy plasma technology has been independently tested and is trusted by hundreds of healthcare facilities throughout the world for safe, continuous, and effective air disinfection.

Learn more about the Novaerus Defend 1050 here. To download and view the white paper article click here.

 

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