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Improving air quality

in the sports hall

Dutch physiotherapy practices have problems with body odours, bacteria, viruses, fine dust and stale air in the therapy room, fitness room, sports hall, exercise room or waiting room. Physiotherapists have problems with the air quality in the physiotherapy practice, including in the therapy rooms, fitness rooms and sports hall. It is therefore necessary to improve air quality in the sports hall. Unfortunately there are few possibilities for ventilation, and if they are available, consideration must be given to cold air or draughts for the patient. Then there are also often unpleasant odours such as sweat, tobacco smoke, perfume and the smell of medical treatment materials. Viruses, bacteria, dust and fine particulates can also cause problems with the air quality, particularly for COPD patients.

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Air cleaner for sweat in the sports hall

Even more than the treatment room, sports halls often have an intense smell of sweat. The sports hall is where patients perform special exercises and tasks, to aid in recovery from injuries for example. These exercises are often intensive, which can result in the smell of sweat. As a result of poor ventilation in the sports hall, the sweat odour hangs in the air.

An air cleaner for sweat in the sports hall is the solution for unpleasant odours and stench. Euromate has an OdourFree air cleaner for this. This filter contains activated carbon, which can absorb odours and gases. Then a neutral odour is blown back into the sports hall, without the smell of sweat. All Euromate air cleaners are installed for free, stand-alone, plug-and-play and versatile.

Benefits of optimum air quality in a physiotherapy practice

With air cleaning in a physiotherapy practice the air quality improves considerably. Optimum air quality provides the following benefits:

  • Healthy supply of fresh air through effective extraction and filtration of the indoor air
  • No more nuisance from unpleasant odours, viruses, bacteria, dust and fine particulates
  • Saves energy: heated and cooled air are distributed evenly through the therapy room rather than being blown out in one location
  • Fresh, inviting therapy room
  • Personnel are less fatigued at the end of the day
  • Lower cleaning costs
  • Lower absence due to illness
  • Good image: distinguishing factor in the sector, for personnel and patient

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