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RETIREMENT HOMES

In care homes, the role of cleaning is essential to protect the health of the most frail residents and that of all the care staff involved.

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.

Sensitive environments where it is essential to remove dust to avoid the risk of pathogens and pollutants harmful to health. 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 the spaces.

conventional vacuum cleaners are not permitted

Traditional vacuum cleaners, whether portable (e.g. electric brooms) or wheeled, even industrial ones, by their very nature have the limitation of releasing into circulation micro-dust and other particles not retained by the filter, which remain suspended for several minutes in the air of the environment being cleaned. This phenomenon is harmful for those who suffer from respiratory diseases, with the consequent accentuation of symptoms.

Compliant with national legislation

For this reason the relevant national and local regulations in force require that the removal of dust from any surface takes place without it being lifted, in the following applications:

  • IN HEALTHCARE FACILITIES

  • IN COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS WHERE FOOD IS EXPOSED

Therefore, a traditional, portable hoover cannot be used, whereas a centralised system, which discharges outside the premises when vacuuming, can be used without any problems.

conventional vacuum cleaners are not permitted

Traditional vacuum cleaners, whether portable (e.g. electric brooms) or wheeled, even industrial ones, by their very nature have the limitation of releasing into circulation micro-dust and other particles not retained by the filter, which remain suspended for several minutes in the air of the environment being cleaned. This phenomenon is harmful for those who suffer from respiratory diseases, with the consequent accentuation of symptoms.

Compliant with national legislation

For this reason the relevant national and local regulations in force require that the removal of dust from any surface takes place without it being lifted, in the following applications:

  • IN HEALTHCARE FACILITIES

  • IN COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS WHERE FOOD IS EXPOSED

Therefore, a traditional, portable hoover cannot be used, whereas a centralised system, which discharges outside the premises when vacuuming, can be used without any problems.

CLEAN AIR

Pollutants accumulate in dust. Poisons that we come into contact with while living indoors. 

If we stop to think about today's hospital cleaning, we can see that there is a fundamental aspect missing before moving on to the sanitisation and disinfection phases with water and disinfectant detergents.
It is necessary to remove dust from surfaces before treating them, but in this environment it is necessary not to move or disperse it during cleaning. This is where the fundamental role of the right dust extraction and removal equipment from surfaces comes into play, allowing all micro-dust that is harmful to health to be removed and expelled to the outside.

This is the only way to prepare the environment to be sanitised and remain healthy and comfortable for all healthcare staff and their patients.

Sanitisation

The practicality of the system makes it possible to clean sensitive spots such as bedheads.

silent

The vacuum unit is located in a dedicated technical room. During cleaning, bedridden patients are not disturbed.

hygienic

Furniture, bedding and mattresses benefit from deep cleaning without mites and allergens.

CLEAN AIR

Pollutants accumulate in dust. Poisons that we come into contact with while living indoors. 

If we stop to think about today's hospital cleaning, we can see that there is a fundamental aspect missing before moving on to the sanitisation and disinfection phases with water and disinfectant detergents.
It is necessary to remove dust from surfaces before treating them, but in this environment it is necessary not to move or disperse it during cleaning. This is where the fundamental role of the right dust extraction and removal equipment from surfaces comes into play, allowing all micro-dust that is harmful to health to be removed and expelled to the outside.

This is the only way to prepare the environment to be sanitised and remain healthy and comfortable for all healthcare staff and their patients.

Sanitisation

The practicality of the system makes it possible to clean sensitive spots such as bedheads.

silent

The vacuum unit is located in a dedicated technical room. During cleaning, bedridden patients are not disturbed.

hygienic

Furniture, bedding and mattresses benefit from deep cleaning without mites and allergens.

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