Air pollution in confined spaces is an important public health issue, with significant social and economic implications. The high concentration of contaminants in such environments has a negative - albeit not acute - impact on the health and wellbeing of people, especially in case of long periods of exposure. The European commissions have established guideline values for the main indoors pollutants.
Germany, France, Holland, Finland, Belgium and Italy have started monitoring and sampling the key indoor pollutants. On the matter of Indoor Air Quality, the World Health Organisation (WHO), the Italian National Health Institute, the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), the Scientific Committee on Health and Environmental Risks (SCHER), and the European Commission for Science and Technology have concluded that it is necessary to reduce the sources of contaminations as well as the concentrations of the pollutants included in the shared European list.
The Indoor Air Quality Certification of residential spaces certifies that the indoor environment meets strict air quality requirements. We spend most of our time in confined environments and often we don’t think that common discomforts and pains (e.g. neuralgia, drowsiness, irritability, insomnia, allergies or rhinitis) may be caused by an unhealthy environment. Our goal is to improve life quality.
Healthy environment certification
Bio-Safe® certification: guarantee mark for health and wellness within confined spaces. Bio-Safe® certifies environments equipped with Jonix air sanitizing systems, through a patented analysis protocol. Jonix devices have been tested, according to the patented Bio-Safe® protocol which has verified and certified their effectiveness when it comes to pollutants reduction.
SITO NON DISPONIBILE IN LANDSCAPE