Acute and long-term healthcare facilities deal with odours that come from bodily fluids and infectious wounds. In addition, these facilities need to consider patients and residents with compromised immune systems when it comes to dealing with odour elimination.
As such, Fresh Wave IAQ empowers healthcare facilities to completely eliminate any human originated odours safely and effectively, putting the focus on providing quality care with dignity and respect for a higher quality of life.
Fresh Wave deodorises with a pH neutral odour eliminator, and does not simply mask them.
Cleanliness is a key consideration in the selection of a long term care or acute care facility. No healthcare environment is truly clean if it smells bad. Fresh Wave IAQ elevates resident and patient dignity, eliminates embarrassing odours, and eases tensions between residents/patients, family, and staff.
What makes Fresh Wave IAQ different?
Broad spectrum, Fresh Wave IAQ works on virtually every odour and delivers multiple solutions that address every odour issue.
It’s safe; its MSDS reads like water; and its HMIS classifications are Health – 0, Flammability – 0, Reactivity – 0, and Protective Equipment – NONE.
Recognised for safer chemistry by the EPA’s ‘Design for the Environment Program, Fresh Wave IAQ is a green, sustainable product.
Fresh Wave IAQ is available as an Air & Surface Liquid and Spray; Gel; Carpet & Upholstery Additive; and Laundry Additive.
The Air & Surface Liquid and Spray is ideal for resident and patient rooms; restrooms; nurses’ stations; and lobbies. Maintenance carts should carry a 32-ounce spray while nursing and support staff can carry a 2-ounce spray on their daily rounds.
The housekeeping team can use the Air & Surface Liquid to eliminate odours from vomit, urine, and faeces. It is added to rinse water in wash or mop buckets as well as sprayed on draperies, furniture, and linens.
The Air & Surface Liquid and Spray, available in 2-ounce, 32-ounce, 1-gallon, 64-ounce and 5-gallon concentrates, works well with microfibre products.
To learn more visit the Fresh Wave IAQ blog at www.odour.net.au