UV-C Rapid Air Sanitizer Healthier Indoor Air For Restaurants Product Launched

The Boski UV-C Rapid Air Sanitizer, an effective air sanitization solution, has been launched. This air sanitizer is perfect for indoor utilization such as restaurants where wearing masks and adhering to social distancing measures can be very difficult.

Orlando, United States - August 1, 2020 /PressCable/ —

A top quality, affordable and effective new air sanitizer, the UV-C Rapid Air Sanitizer, has been launched for restaurants and indoor workplaces. The air sanitization solution creates a safer indoor space for close proximity human interaction, meaning it is ideal for restaurants and other indoor workplaces due to the fact that wearing a mask is not possible while eating at a restaurant.

More information can be found at: https://www.boskiair.com

Customers will find that, in particular at restaurants, there are various problems that arise when following procedures such as wearing masks and remaining 6 feet apart. For instance, adhering to 6-foot social distancing measures and wearing masks whilst eating at a dining table is impossible.

The Boski UV-C Rapid Air Sanitizer creates a safer space for these indoor areas where wearing a mask is not possible. The Boski UV-C Sanitizer utilizes very little lag time between air contamination and air sanitation, creating a much healthier and safer air for close proximity, indoor human interaction.

In addition to wearing a mask and social dinstancing being very difficult when eating at a restaurant, even when wearing a mask, the risk of contracting an airborne virus still remains. This means that even in indoor areas where following the social distancing guidelines and wearing a mask is possible, Boski is an added layer of protection to help prevent virus contraction.

This can be incredibly beneficial for the likes of retail stores, grocery stores, office buildings, doctor’s offices and education services as well as other indoor spaces.

Boski Rapid Airborne Sanitation company states: “Restaurants can create safer dining experiences given that wearing a mask is not possible while eating – not to mention it’s difficult to remain 6 feet apart at a dining table. Restaurants have the option of using an external battery pack to power units at individual dining tables for optimal placement.”

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Name: Brennan Farrell
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Organization: Boski Corporation
Address: 2372 N Forsyth Rd., Orlando, Florida 32807, United States
Phone: +1-321-317-8298
Website: https://www.boskiair.com/

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