Boston launches new vehicle sanitiser

Garages encouraged to use machine before and after servicing to protect staff and customers

Boston launches new vehicle sanitiser

Boston has launched a new vehicle sanitiser machine to kill in-vehicle viruses and bacteria.

The standalone system produces ozone without the need for any additional chemicals or ongoing consumables.

Lightweight and portable, Boston’s O3-NEX can be used before and after working on a vehicle to help protect garage employees and customers.

How do vehicle sanitising machines work?

Ozone is a natural gas that is widely used in sanitary facilities due to its ability to oxidise and disrupt the molecular structure of viruses and bacteria.

It is a natural disinfectant and its sanitising action can be applied to air, water, surfaces, and fabrics.

In addition to eliminating viruses and bacteria Ozone also removes moulds, fungi, dust mites, and is highly effective in banishing bad odours too.

How to use a vehicle sanitising machine

A Boston spokesperson said: “Simply place the O3-NEX inside the vehicle cabin and plug into the 12VDC auxiliary power socket.

“All windows should be closed, the ventilation system set to recirculation and the fan speed on high.

“Once started, the machine’s built-in sensor analyses the environmental parameters and runs a fully automatic cycle with ozone saturation maintained for as long as necessary to eliminate pathogens.

“As soon as the cabin reaches the optimum saturation, the sensor automatically turns off the machine, notifies the user via a mobile or PC app, and offers a print-out of results that can be provided to customers.

“The vehicle should then be thoroughly ventilated before entering.”

For further information, select ‘more details’ below or call 01708 525585.

Home Page Forums Boston launches new vehicle sanitiser

  • This topic is empty.

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.

Have your say!

0 0

Lost Password

Please enter your username or email address. You will receive a link to create a new password via email.