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Public Transportation • Sanitization & Odor Elimination

Public transportation gets used every hour of the day: buses, subways, cabs, limousines, trains, planes and shuttles.  Keeping these vehicles disinfected is extremely important since there is a real threat to passenger safety due to hidden factors: viruses, bacteria, mold, and other dangerous microorganisms lingering on high touch surfaces.

SanusAer broadly treats public transportation vehicles, protecting passengers from hidden viruses, bacteria, and foul odors.

The sheer number of passengers traveling daily means that dangerous bacteria and viruses will be left behind, many of which can survive on surfaces for up to 72 hours.  With the pandemic, the risks are even higher.  A quick, effective, and broad-based sanitization method is the only solution that makes sense for our transportation infrastructure. 


Problem: In transportation, asset utilization is critical, leaving little time for cleaning, which is required to reduce passenger risk.  The germs that accumulate because of the sweat, mucous, saliva, blood, and other body fluids collecting on surfaces creates an extremely dangerous environment for all travelers, but especially the young and elderly, and those with compromised immune systems.


Solution Ozone is a very strong oxidant / disinfectant, and because it is a gas, can quickly and effectively sanitize buses, subways, cabs, limousines, trains, planes or transportation shuttles, killing the microorganisms that are putting passengers at risk.   SanusAer generators deliver high levels of this disinfecting agent and will completely saturate and clean anywhere air currents travel.  In most cases, treatments of 15 minute to an hour in an unoccupied space, (depending upon the size of the cabin or area being treated), will effectively disinfect, deodorize, and destroy the sources that threaten your passengers.  Ozone is the most effective broad-based sanitization method available today, and is a green solution, because no dangerous chemicals are left behind.   

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