Municipalities, Universities, Schools, and Hospitals
Governments across the globe have placed many social restrictions to prevent the spread of Covid. These restrictions have kept many municipal buildings, colleges, and schools largely vacant of people. As vaccines are developed and distributed, the pressure is on these institutions and others to provide a safe environment for people to gather back in.
Bowerbird has developed UVC (Ultraviolet-C) Solutions that mitigate the spread of bacteria, pathogens, viruses, and other harmful matter. Here are our three air purifiers that intake contaminated air and return clean, purified breathable air for a variety of room sizes.
The 150W High Occupancy purifier is designed for spaces that hold a considerable number of people. This air purifier boasts an air flow rate of 600 CFM and is perfect for large open rooms and spaces. The air purifier can generally perform 4-8 cycles of clean air per hour depending on room size and application. This purifier is both power and quiet, intaking any contaminated air and outputting clean purified and breathable air to ensure the health and safety of your employees, and customers.
The 240W UVC High Occupancy purifier is a our strongest air purification system. This purifier is designed for large open spaces that quickly and quietly cycles out contaminated air for purified breathable air. This device is Wi-Fi operated and accessible through a user friendly app from your phone or tablet.
As the name suggests, this is a handheld application of UVC Technology. This device is designed for cleaning surfaces such as gym equipment, table tops, or any surface where people come in contact with. This sanitizer shines UVC radiation to disinfect surfaces it comes in contact with.
This UVC strip light fixture is designed for after hours decontamination. With the attached motion sensor or timer, the UVC strip light will irradiate air and surfaces when people are not present. This device is designed for rooms and spaces that are naturally vacated during down times of the gymnasium's schedules.