PURE-Decon/Sanosil, Reduces Sick Days Caused by Infection
Orlando, FL -- Pure Air Control Services will be showcasing its newest IAQ products and Services at the Florida Healthcare Engineering Association (FHEA) October 7-8, 2013. Visit Pure Air Control Services and its affiliate companies at booth #914 and find out about the PURE-Decon/Sanosil, a cost effective method at preventing hospital-acquired infections (HAI).
Doctors, nurses, and physician’s assistants see multiple patients throughout the day and not all patients show symptoms of infection at the time of their office visit, so it is critical to take every step to prevent infection, from hand washing to routine cleaning and disinfection of equipment and reception and exam rooms. The PURE-Decon room sanitization program and PURE-Steam Coil Cleaning via demonstration will be showcased as an affordable healthcare decontamination process.
The FHEA will be looking ahead to anticipate how future trends in the delivery of health care will impact the design, construction and indoor air quality (IAQ) of facilities. Many exciting speakers are coming from across the U.S. and Europe to present the latest trends in health care. On Monday and Tuesday, October 7 and 8, there will be two days of presentations by Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA) speakers that will be valuable to the designers, constructors, and facility engineers who are charged with providing a safe and healing environment for all patients and residents who are admitted to Florida’s health care facilities.
In conjunction with the AHCA Seminar, there will be a large FHEA trade show (Oct 7-8) that will showcase hundreds of products and services that are important to the design, construction, and operation of the physical plant of health care facilities.
The IAQ products IAQ Screen Check DIY Test kits and IAQ services that Pure Air Control Services will be exhibiting (booth 914) will include:
* Building Health Check (BHC)
* Building Environmental Sciences Team (BEST)
* Environmental Diagnostics Lab (EDLab)
* Building Remediation Sciences (BRS)
- Mold Remediation
- HVAC system cleaning
- PURE-Steam Coil Cleaning program
· PURE-Decon Antimicrobial Room Sanitization process
Screen Check - a low cost do-it-yourself product
line for contractors
IAQ Tool Box – An economical sample test kit product designed for the HVAC service tech (among others
Evalu-aire – economical air and surface IAQ
Evalu-aire Pro – comprehensive air and surface IAQ testing equipment
When & Where:
October 7-8, 2013
The Hilton Orlando – Booth 914
6001 Destination Parkway
Orlando, FL 32819
About Pure Air Control Services:
Pure Air Control Services (www.pureaircontrols.com ) maintains an in-house accredited
environmental microbiology laboratory accredited by the American Industrial
Hygiene Association (AIHA), the first in Florida (www.edlab.org).
Pure Air Control Services is under direct contract with the General Services Administration (GSA), Contract #GS-10F-0488R, linking them directly to federal governmental agencies as a provider for IAQ consulting, expert laboratory analysis, as well as HVAC system cleaning and mold remediation services.
The firm provides the following indoor environmental services on a national basis:
· Building Sciences Evaluation
· Building Health Check
· Environmental Microbiology Laboratory (AIHA Accredited)
· Environmental Project Management
· IAQ-Screen Test Kits/EvaluAire and EvaluAire Pro
· Mold Remediation Services
· HVAC System Remediation
Valued clients of Pure Air Control Services include: VA Medical Centers; General Services Administration (GSA); Johnson Controls; Allstate Insurance; Carrier Air Conditioning; Siemen's Building Systems; Naval Air Warfare Center, Orlando; MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa; Naval Air Station - King's Bay, Georgia; The Haskell Company; Leon County Government, Tallahassee, Florida; Pinellas County Government, Clearwater, Florida; Collier County Government, Naples, Florida; Bayfront Medical Center, St. Pete, Florida; US Army - Ft. Bragg, Kentucky; Naval Station - Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; Montgomery County School District, Maryland; Citrus County School District, Florida; and many others.
For additional information, please contact:
Pure Air Control Services, Inc.
(800) 422-7873 x 802
This annual event provides an opportunity for licensed contractors throughout the State of Florida to obtain all 14 state-required hours of continuing education over the course of the two-day event.
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