The use of air purifiers on buses is essential to improve passenger health, reduce the risk of spreading infectious diseases, improve ride comfort, and meet environmental requirements. These factors contribute to the overall ridership experience and quality of public transportation. With an inactivation rate of more than 95%, the bipolar ionization purifier cleans the air in the bus passenger compartment of harmful viruses such as SARS-CoV-2 and its variants, bacteria, molds and other pathogens in a single airflow cycle.
Preventing the spread of disease: Public transportation, such as buses and cars, is a potential place for the spread of disease, especially respiratory infections. Air purifiers filter viruses, bacteria and other microorganisms from the air, reducing their spread inside the car and reducing the risk of passengers contracting diseases.
Protecting passenger health: Public transportation such as subways, buses and trains are often crowded and densely populated with passengers, and the air may contain a variety of pollutants such as bacteria, viruses, particulates and harmful gases. Air purifiers filter and purify the air, reducing potential health risks and providing a cleaner, healthier riding environment.
Meet environmental requirements: In many regions, governments and transport operators are placing higher demands on the environmental friendliness of public transport. The use of air purifiers can reduce pollutant emissions from the cars and reduce the negative impact on air quality, in line with the goal of sustainable transportation.
People travel, in addition to private transportation, mostly by public transportation. Every passenger may be at risk of infectious diseases during the journey. Therefore, it is necessary to install Eddaair bipolar ionization equipment in vehicles to reduce the risk of spread.
The use of air purifiers on buses can provide a cleaner, healthier air environment, improving passenger comfort and health. Active and continuous treatment of airborne contaminants like viruses,bacteria and Vocs through ions integrated directly within existing HVAC systems.