The indoor environment is contaminated by pathogens on suspended particles, such as bacteria and viruses; Volatile gaseous pollutants after decoration, such as radon, formaldehyde, benzene series, ammonia, etc; Inhalable particles, such as dust, smoke, pollen, etc; Life odor, such as human metabolism, musty odor, garbage odor, etc; Outdoor polluted air intrusion, such as industrial waste gas, automobile exhaust, soil bag dust, etc; The above can also be collectively referred to as air pollution. The way to reduce or eliminate such air pollution is air disinfection.
Air disinfection is divided into dynamic disinfection and static disinfection
Static disinfection: the selected disinfection products may cause direct or indirect harm to human body. When air disinfection is targeted, operators need to provide protective measures. Other people cannot stay in the space being disinfected. This disinfection method is called static disinfection.
Dynamic disinfection: The selected disinfection products do not cause any harm to human body. When air is disinfected, people do not need to leave the disinfection site, and there are no side effects. This disinfection method is called dynamic disinfection.