The Right to Clean Air

Good health is all about making the right choices. We choose the exercise we do, the food we eat, the time we dedicate to clearing the mind. But when we are indoors, there’s something vital to our health that we don’t get to choose — the air we breathe.

Fresh air no matter where.

We’re spending more and more of our time inside. But instead of being safer from pollutants, we’re more exposed than ever — indoor air is on average two to five times more polluted than the air outside,* and despite greater awareness of airborne diseases, we continue to share contaminated air in public spaces.

We need to embrace clean air technology and bring fresh air back inside.

The Problem with Indoor Air

Dirty Air

Dust, pollen, allergens and irritants. Air that is dirty is air filled with foreign particulates, ready to cause respiratory issues, exacerbate allergies and pose serious health risks for those with existing conditions.

Toxic Air

Urban life means higher exposure than ever to airborne pathogenic gases, smoke, and VOCs. From exhaust fumes to toxic paints, cleaning products, and industrial emissions, toxic air can have a major impact on cognitive health.**

Sick Air

Viruses, bacteria, mold and fungi spread illness, disease and respiratory dysfunction of all kinds. Cross-infection in public spaces is a constant threat, made all the more clear by global pandemics and national lockdowns.

Clean Air Technology

VIRUSKILLERTM is the global leader in indoor air safety technology, providing fresh air to indoor spaces everywhere.

Engineered Infection Prevention

Real-time protection against surface  contamination and cross-infection, destroying airborne viruses before they can settle or spread.

VIRUSKILLERTM technology for every indoor space.

From bars, restaurants, and hotels to schools, universities, offices, and workspaces, VIRUSKILLERTM has a range of indoor air safety solutions to protect occupants in every indoor setting.

VIRUSKILLERTM by Radic8 — powering We Share Clean Air.
www.radic8.com

* https://www.epa.gov/indoor-air-quality-iaq/volatile-organic-compounds-impact-indoor-air-quality
** https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-44561-0
** https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6126300/