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Air purifiers in safari buses to protect passengers from pollution and pathogens

AirLabs' devices claims to remove coronavirus in the air - improves public transport during pandemic


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Longleat has installed 63 AirLabs AirBubbl devices in each of its three double-decker buses – one on the back of every seat.

Each AirBubbl removes 95% of airborne pollutants and pathogens, including coronavirus.

Provides 30,000 litres of clean air per hour to keep visitors safe from airborne threats.

Enables Longleat to operate the popular buses for the first time since the first lockdown in March 2020.

The buses run up to six times per day, with a full safari taking up to three hours.

Passengers also asked to wear masks as an additional precaution.

Reducing capacity to allow for social distancing, mandating mask-wearing indoors, and introducing a new cleaning regime.

‘Our AirBubbl technology will help transport operators and attractions to restore confidence in public transport, by prioritising passenger safety as UK tourism comes back online and lockdowns lift,’ - AirLabs’ chief executive, Marc Ottolini.

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Leading company developing air filtration and air quality monitoring systems

Marc Ottolini

CEO at AirLabs

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Air Pollution, Coronavirus