Safe space under control.

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Bacteria
Microbes

SAFE SPACE UNDER CONTROL

Transmission of viruses and other microbes occurs between people by direct or indirect contact with an infected person. The infection is acquired through droplet transmission, through contact with saliva and secretions of a sick person, when they cough, sneeze or speak. The infection may also occur when you have direct contact with a surface, which is contaminated with infected secretions and move them to your lips, eyes, or mucous membranes of the nose.

hushPhone

Complete internal air exchange - 1,5 min

hushMeet

Complete internal air exchange - 2,5 min

MAXIMISATION OF SAFETY, MINIMISATION OF RISK

We have applied in our products a solution to maximise the safe use of Hush booths, while minimising the risks of infection with pathogenic microorganisms (viruses, bacteria, fungi).

EFFECTIVE VENTILATION

Fast exchange of air in Hush booths allows you to feel safe and comfortable. The complete exchange of air occurs in as little as 1.5 minutes for hushPhone and 2.5 minutes for hushMeet. The air is quickly replaced with the fresh one. It is also recommended to wait a few minutes after the last user has left the booth. The ventilation system continues to run for 5 more minutes, and this is a time that is long enough to replace the air with the fresh one.

ANTI-VIRUS COATING

All frequently touched surfaces in the Hush booths have been covered with a thin nano-photocatalyst coating, which prevents the development of viruses and other microbes. The surface is virtually sterile. Thanks to its properties, it also improves the quality of the air in the booth to a certain extent.

In HushPhone theIitems covered with the coatching include:
  • Laptop table
  • Socket
  • Door handle
  • Bar stool handle and seat
  • Shelf
  • In Hushmeet, the items covered with the coatching include:

  • Sofa and part of upholstered furniture
  • Table top
  • Knob to adjust the fan speed and intensity of lighting
  • HOW DOES THE COATING WORK?

    A key component of the nano-coating is a thin layer of titanium dioxide. It is a catalyst for the reaction in which, under the action of light, reactive oxygen species form. Viruses, bacteria and other organic contaminants on the surface are oxidized so that the surface remains sterile.

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