Whether by land, air or sea, passengers spend most of their time inside enclosed spaces. Public health research has shown these spaces are less hygienic than meets the eye. Some environments even pose serious health risks, as is the case with sick-ship syndrome, a trend on the rise.
Traditional solutions, such as chlorination (bleach) and aeration, treat the symptoms but not the source. In contrast, PureLife™ sustainably purifies the air in these settings, making it more healthful for passengers to breath. PureLife™ further protects passengers by eliminating odors due to airborne contaminants and by sanitizing surfaces in areas highly susceptible to the spread of microorganisms, such as in restrooms, kitchens, galleys, dining rooms and heavily trafficked common-use areas. This is especially important on common-use surfaces such as handrails, doorknobs, armrests, luggage racks and sink fixtures.
Transportation sites in which PureLife™ is used