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Your Air,
Our Priority

Biosavety actively monitors and improves your indoor air quality. Stay compliant and breathe easier.

Continuous Pollutant Reduction

Real-time IAQ Monitoring

No Downtime, No Workload

Central System for Whole Building

Screenshot Biosavety IAQ Monitoring

Continuous Pollutant Reduction

Real-time IAQ Monitoring

No Downtime, No Workload

Central System for Whole Building

Partnering with Key Industries

In anticipation of stricter indoor air quality regulations, Biosavety offers comprehensive solutions that benefit diverse industries. By enhancing indoor air quality, our system promotes health and safety while supporting environmental sustainability using only salt and water. By prioritizing cleaner air, we contribute to healthier communities and a safer planet for future generations.

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IAQ Enhancement Biosavety System Overview

Monitor & Improve

The system retrofits any existing ventilation system, not only measuring but actively improving IAQ and overall indoor hygiene. It achieves up to a 95% reduction rate per minute for enveloped viruses, bacteria, mold, and other common contaminants.

The advanced, exclusive Dräger sensors offer remote placement, and real-time IAQ monitoring every minute, with seamless scalability and IoT connectivity.

Comprehensive Indoor Hygiene

Biosavety System IAQ Improvement Sensor CO2

Biosavety air purification ensures a pristine indoor environment by continuously neutralizing pollutants at their source. Enhance your well-being, disrupt infection chains, and safeguard product quality with our smart technology.

The Efficacy of Nature...

Nature cleans air and environment through dilution, UV radiation, and oxidizing compounds. Traditional ventilation systems try to replicate these processes to improve indoor air quality, but they have significant limitations.

Ventilation Systems try to achieve better IAQ by diluting the polluted air with fresh air intake from outside. This can only improve the IAQ to a certain level, as it is very energy- and therefore costintensive.

Biosavety System Storm

01. Constant Dilution

UV-radiation units in ventilation systems are limited by fast airflow, which reduces UV exposure time. They are also energy-intensive, costly, and can produce irritating ozone.

Biosavety System UV Radiation

02. UV-Radiation

Few solutions use oxidizing compounds for indoor air quality. Hydroxyl radicals are short-lived and ineffective, while H2O2 is toxic and unsuitable for continuous use.

Biosavety System Molecules Oxidation

03. Oxidising Compounds

(Resistant) Bacteria

Sources: Humans, animals, contaminated surfaces, HVAC systems. Accumulation Points: HVAC systems, bathrooms, kitchens, cafeterias. Health Risks: Common Issue: In healthcare facilities, bacteria like Staphylococcus aureus can cause infections, complicating patient recovery and increasing hospital stays. Severe Impact: The spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, such as MRSA, can lead to severe outbreaks. By 2050, antibiotic resistance could result in 10 million deaths annually worldwide, surpassing cancer as a leading cause of death.

Mold Spores

Sources: Damp walls, ceilings, floors, HVAC systems, water leaks. Accumulation Points: Basements, bathrooms, kitchens, moist storage areas, HVAC systems. Health Risks: Common Issue: In food production facilities, mold spores can contaminate products, leading to spoilage and foodborne illnesses. Severe Impact: Long-term exposure to mold in workplaces can lead to chronic respiratory conditions and significant healthcare costs. In severe cases, toxic black mold can cause life-threatening illnesses.

Allergens

Sources: Pollen, animals (e.g., in labs or animal husbandry), dust mites, mold. Accumulation Points: Carpets, upholstered furniture, office fixtures, HVAC systems. Health Risks: Common Issue: In office environments, allergens can cause frequent allergy symptoms, reducing employee productivity and increasing sick days. Severe Impact: Severe allergic reactions, such as asthma attacks, can be life-threatening and lead to hospitalization, especially in sensitive individuals.

Airborne contaminants may be brought on by humans, animals, internal microorganisms, body odour, or outside air. These pollutants remain in the air for hours, they settle on surfaces, and lead to a dangerous accumulation of contaminants.

Biosavety System whole Building Hospital Installation IAQ
Virus

Sources: Humans, contaminated surfaces, HVAC systems. Accumulation Points: HVAC systems, meeting rooms, common areas. Health Risks: Common Issue: In public buildings like airports, common viruses like the flu can spread quickly, causing widespread illness among travelers and employees. Severe Impact: The COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated how quickly a virus can spread globally, leading to millions of deaths and economic disruption.

VOCs, PM

Sources: Paints, coatings, cleaning agents, building materials, printers and copiers, industrial processes. Accumulation Points: Offices, production facilities, workshops, printer rooms, buildings near heavy traffic. Health Risks: Common Issue: In office environments, VOCs from cleaning agents and office equipment can cause headaches, dizziness, and irritation, affecting worker health and productivity. Severe Impact: Prolonged exposure to high levels of VOCs and PM in industrial areas can lead to severe respiratory diseases, including lung cancer and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), significantly reducing life expectancy and increasing healthcare costs.

Unpleasant Odors

Sources: Cooking (canteens), smoking, waste, chemical products. Accumulation Points: Kitchens, bathrooms, waste disposal areas, chemical storage rooms. Health Risks: Common Issue: Unpleasant odors in public places like airports can create discomfort for passengers and staff, negatively impacting the user experience. Severe Impact: In industrial settings, certain odors can indicate the presence of hazardous chemicals, posing serious health risks and potential for toxic exposure.

Indoor Air and Ambient Pollutants

United in Our Vision

We inhale more air daily than the combined intake of water and food, yet indoor air quality is alarmingly poor—polluted, unpleasant, and harmful to our health. That’s what we aim to change.

Co-Founder, CEO

Greta Bone-Winkel

Co-Founder, CFO

Dr. Thomas Bone-Winkel

R&D

Dr. Dirk Böcker

HVAC Engineer

Martin Schwedler

IT (Contractor)

Adrian Drechsel

...Copied Into Your Indoor Environment

Biosavety goes beyond these limitations by not only monitoring but actively enhancing indoor air quality. Our automated system uses advanced sensors and smart purification technology to neutralize pollutants and increase the efficiency, comfort and security of buildings continuously.

Continuously Safe and Healthy Indoor Environments

By naturally enhancing the air's oxidizing potential, we avoid using toxic chemicals and achieve continuous pathogen and pollutant reduction. Our system only requires a small amount of saltwater, making it sustainable and cost-effective. The oxidized air is particularly beneficial for individuals with respiratory issues, allergies, and skin conditions due to its non-irritating nature.

Frees Employees to Focus on Core Tasks

Our automated system not only allows employees to focus on their primary duties but also ensures superior surface disinfection. While current methods only cover about 50% of surfaces effectively, our system achieves 100% coverage, reducing human error and enhancing overall hygiene.

One Integrated System for the Entire Building

Unlike other air purifiers that require one device per room, our central system connects to the building's ventilation system. This eliminates the need for multiple devices and provides comprehensive coverage. Additionally, small HOCl dispensing units are available throughout the building, allowing easy access to HOCl in reusable bottles.

Live Insights, Optimization and Reporting

Our system uses IoT technology that integrates with existing smart building systems, providing real-time data every minute and reporting all parameters. Remote sensors monitor various aspects of the indoor environment, such as humidity, temperature, HOCl levels, and CO2 levels, depending on the client's needs. This data is analyzed and delivered back to the client through our online platform, allowing for instant access, monitoring, and adjustments.

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