So how can air exchange be ensured and aerosol concentration minimised for his daughter, even with closed windows?
Together with the team, he used his expertise and combination of filter technology, measuring methods and design experience of over two decades of cleanroom technology to develop the first prototype.
The first prototype was built within two weeks and during testing it became clear that this was a good idea, from not only the father but also the entrepreneur. Even as a first prototype, the device drastically reduced the concentration of aerosols and particles in closed rooms and thus reduced the probability of viral infection to an absolute minimum.
The team continued to develop and grow the internally named “filter trolley” prototype into a monitored and networked solution. The focus is on maximum operational safety. The cleanroom experts know this from their requests from the largest pharmaceutical companies in Central Europe. Piece by piece, a concept for mobile filtration of room air was being developed that was unrivalled in terms of comfort, operational safety and efficiency against aerosols. It is a key to preventing infections – wherever people have to be close to each other in rooms such as waiting rooms, doctors’ surgeries, offices, restaurants, hotels …