Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) has been a subject of great discussion on various BESA and CIBSE forums over the past year and with good reason.
In 1914, Lord Kitchener was eternally immortalised in the advertisement pointing saying ‘I want you’. In the same way that the British Army wanted to enlist recruits, the battle is on to save the UK high street. So, how can shops and hospitality outlets be fit for business when lockdown 3.0 finishes?
Although by necessity of protecting staff and customers, there has been a dramatic shift in behaviour in-store, retailers have worked hard to ensure that the ever-evolving purchasing experience is still a good one. Several changes have helped to create more COVID-19 secure shopping environments. So, how can shopfitters help retailers use the latest materials science developments to make their stores even safer?
Invisible to the human eye, UV light plays a critical role in a host of physical, commercial and medical applications. As well as being used to detect forged bank notes in shops and to trigger the production of Vitamin D in the body, it has long been used to sterilise surgical equipment and food products. More recently, the outbreak of the global pandemic has raised the importance of UV’s profile in the fight against COVID-19.
COVID-19 has profoundly affected the way we work, socialise and live. One way the virus easily spreads in society is through contact with a contaminated surface. This blog looks at how permanent or temporary copper covered surfaces can help to control the spread of coronaviruses and why copper is such a powerful antimicrobial.
New flexible antimicrobial surface covering from Alanod protects employees and customers against bacteria and viruses Alanod, the world’s leading manufacturer of specialised coated metal surfaces, has launched Miro® CU. This unique copper-coated antimicrobial surface covering is designed to protect staff and customers in retail, hospitality and beyond against the transmission of bacteria and viruses, including …