The physiotherapy patient, especially if vulnerable, has the right to feel safe in a healthy and protected environment.
Hospitals are facilities where cleaning and sanitising should be done with appropriate equipment, so as to decrease the likelihood of spreading microorganisms and improve the work quality of nurses and doctors.
Cleaning procedures are actions aimed at reducing surface contamination, it is in dust that pollutants accumulate. Poisons that we come into contact with while living indoors.
In these sensitive environments it is essential to remove dust from environments where pathogens and pollutants harmful to health lurk. Removal should be carried out without moving the dust. These cleaning operations should be carried out daily to ensure a healthy environment.
The central vacuum system is able to meet the requirements imposed by legislation to ensure better air quality and protect the safety of patients and staff in the indoor environment. A protection given by the unique features of the centralised system, designed and customised according to the specific characteristics of the structure in which it is to be integrated.
The central vacuum system eliminates micro-dust thanks to an external vent, which guarantees healthy and clean air in indoor spaces.