Urecsys harnesses her capabilities for the Corona fight

Leading scientists in Urecsys’ R&D department have been scouring the scientific literature and the constantly updating research in order formulate the most effective ventilation methods and practices to combat COVID-19.

The scientific literature notes temperature, Humidity, Air pollution levels and ventilationas influential on the rate of infection and the severity of the disease. The Urecsys system is optimizing (in real time) those parameters while operating and regulating ventilation and air conditioning systems, thus significantly contributing to the reduction of the infection rate by the virus, in 4 different ways:

1.Optimizing climate conditions to reduce the virus’ survival in the building by activating Urecsys in a building, outside of work hours.

2.Reducing infection rate and the vulnerability for infection among those staying in the building (in 2 different ways)- a strategy for working hours.

3.Reducing Public Exposure to Air Pollution in the building, contributing to the reduction of the infection rate and improving cardiopulmonary conditions as a starting point.

4.Reduced risk of spreading the disease as a result of common faults in ventilation management, ensuring fresh air supply and continuous quality control according to standards.

Optimizing climate conditions

Urecsys will strive to introduce a short but effective period of increased temperature in the building, outside of the workday, in order to provide an inhospitable environment to viruses which may be located on various surfaces throughout the building. The optimization must be tailored to each individual building as an incorrect management may cause damage to the building and aid in the proliferation and spread of biological contaminants.

Reducing infection rate strategy for working hours There are two strategies Urecsys may employ during working hours in order to fight biological hazards such as COVID-19:

1.Urecsys will moderately raise the temperature in the building in an attempt to reduce and harm the virus’s survival in the building. Most building will achieve an increase of 3-7 degrees (Celsius) in order to achieve these conditions.

2.Optimizing the buildings humidity – Dryer air may reduce the virus’s spread radius. Additionally, optimized humidity level, is known to support of the body’s “first line of deffense” against infections of the respiratory system.

The systems unique nature allows it to perform these optimizations in every single building’ in a manner that does not endanger the structure and systems of that individual building and maintains a reasonably comfortable environment for the building’s inhabitants.

Reducing Public Exposure to Air Pollution

Reducing Public Exposure to Air Pollution may contribute to reducing of the infection rate and improve cardiopulmonary conditions as a starting point. Many studies show that there is a strong correlation between exposure to air pollution and the probability of contracting viruses affecting the airways (such as the coronavirus) and increase the chances of developing serious complications form those viruses.

Urecsys significantly reduces the air pollution levels in the building, providing the tenants with a physical health advantage when fighting viruses such as COVID-19 and other respiratory infections and conditions.

Reducing the risk of increased contamination due to common faults in ventilation management

Complying with ventilation standards – The system ensures compliance with ventilation standards in all circumstances and at all times and creates the healthiest and safest conditions in the building.

Smart – The automated nature of the Urecsys system ensures a continuous improvement of the conditions in the building and prevents of human error.

Reducing the risk of increased infection rate due to common malfunctions – In many buildings, malfunctions and failures in the ventilation system may not be detected within a reasonable time. Urecsys can provide an automatic detection and warning mechanism for any malfunction and interruption in the operation of the fresh air system.