Providing optimum air quality for Asthma sufferers - Education Matters Magazine


Providing optimum air quality for Asthma sufferers


Asthma is a condition of the airways. People with Asthma have sensitive airways in their lungs that react to triggers, making it harder for them to breathe. Asthma can affect people of all ages and is particularly common amongst the younger generation. Did you know that asthma has doubled since the 1990s and is the leading cause of school absenteeism and hospital admittance for kids? Statistics show that one in six Australian children are currently diagnosed with this condition.

Schools strive to improve health and development outcomes for students and at Pacvac we do too! It is proven that using the correct commercial cleaning equipment to clean schools helps create a happier and healthier environment for all. From classrooms to canteens, Pacvac has specifically designed a range of cleaning equipment to help keep the air you breathe clean. We believe clean air equals happy people and healthy minds.

Now that’s a worthwhile investment!

How do you achieve this?

In essence, by providing optimum air quality. Cleanliness is one of the factors that go into good air quality, but one of the easiest for you to manage is carpet and floor cleaning. It is important that vacuum cleaners are fitted with HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filters meaning that at least 99.97% (at 0.3 Micron) of dust particles are retained; helping children with allergies or asthma breathe easier.

Pacvac’s products have been specially designed to promote optimum air quality and that is why Pacvac is the preferred supplier for vacuums to the education departments in Western Australia and Queensland. Want clean air in your school and even in your own home? Make Pacvac your Smarter, Cleaner, Healthier choice.

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