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Rensair Solves King’s College School Wimbledon Air Purification Challenges
For King’s College School, Rensair has been an efficient and practical solution to air purification. Claudia Gibson, Estates Bursar at King’s remarked that Rensair is both effective and simple to use, especially during these unprecedented times in which educational institutions are particularly busy, ensuring that pupils can continue to learn in a COVID safe environment.
Rensair gives us a reassurance that by improving air quality within classrooms, alongside other mitigating measures that we have in place we can limit the spread of the virus and protect against further outbreaks within the school. She further remarked that the product remains quiet whilst in use and has a clean and practical design. The portability of the device is also an advantage as it gives us an element of flexibility when assessing different areas. Feedback from both students and teachers has been positive.
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INDEPENDENT test results
In March 2021, the Danish Technological Institute (DTI) conducted rigorous tests on the Rensair air purifier.
The objective of the first DTI test was to determine the unit’s performance in reducing the concentration of Covid-19 particles in the air. The method used active aerosolized MS2 bacteriophages as a proxy for SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19). The result was a particle reduction rate of 99.98 % in 15 minutes and above 99.99 % in 30 minutes.
The second test was to determine the efficacy of the unit’s UVC light in destroying Covid-19 pathogens on the filter. Again, this used active aerosolized MS2 bacteriophages as a proxy for SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19). The result was that no virus particles could be detected, thereby demonstrating the effectiveness of the UVC in destroying all traces of the virus.
Inactivation of aerosolized viruses: MS2 bacteriophages
Inactivation of MS2 bacteriophages on
Filter efficiency test of the air cleaner