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In a blink of an eye, the 'ber months are here and so much has changed: how we shop at malls, how we eat at our favorite restaurants, and how we work in the office. In addition, our idea of what a safe environment is -- in the new normal --has changed drastically.

 

Workplace, cafes, stores and other spaces, have taken measures to prioritize safety. While the healthcare sector works day and night to protect and save our bodies, businesses are starting to re-open to save the economy and help the people financially.

The Aller Plasma Orion Series can take care of the air while you take care of your business. It works in keeping spaces and the air indoors clean by providing continuous disinfection and odor control. 

More than a year ago, we all enjoyed spending our time outdoors freely. We were eating our favorite food in a restaurant without hurrying to wear a mask, or having staycations in places where we could relax and not worry about having to sanitize all the things we brought with us. 

According to a World Bank report, the Philippine economy is set to register an economic growth of 5.9% in 2021 as more businesses resume operations and private consumption picks up. That is why every reopening business needs cost-efficient technology that protects its clients and employees, reduces airborne contamination, and is eco-friendly: the Orion Series by Aller Plasma – A range of air and surface sterilizers answers this need. These sterilizers use the latest cold plasma technology.

Health experts have always reminded us that prevention is better than cure. When the Covid-19 pandemic hit us, we have taken this reminder more seriously than ever. Prevention meant drastically doing things differently. We spend most of our time at home, doing most things from home, our social interactions have become very limited, and going out and traveling are now restricted to doing what is essential. 

Understanding Cold Plasma Technology and how it fights off viruses and bacteria

These days, our most effective remedy to keep us safe from bacteria and exposure to virus brought by COVID-19 is for us to stay away from crowded places where there are many people that could easily infect us with the virus. Social distancing is one of the health protocols that we must efficiently follow or else, we could be the next number to the rising cases of this pandemic.

Pinoy firm rolls out portable air and surface sterilizer

Aller Innovations, a Filipino owned company which has been harnessing the potential of cold plasma technology since 2016, recently introduced the Aller Plasma Nano+ portable air and surface sterilizer. Working with its development and engineering team based in Beijing, Hong Kong, and Taipei, Aller Innovations has developed the use of dielectric barrier discharge (DBD) to produce cold plasma.

Aller Innovations Technology uses Cold Plasma tech to fight off COVID-19, the Aller Plasma Nano+

The Covid Pandemic has wrought a lot of havoc to everyone’s lives, forcing people to wear masks and faceshields every where outside their homes. Sterilizing everything you touch with alcohol of UV wands of a mixture of other methods. But one Filipino company is taking a different approach which is safer than UV light, and that’s cold plasma technology.

Health experts have always reminded us that prevention is better than cure. When the Covid-19 pandemic hit us, we have taken this reminder more seriously than ever. Prevention meant drastically doing things differently. We spend most of our time at home, doing most things from home, our social interactions have become very limited, and going out and traveling are now restricted to doing what is essential.

Health experts have always reminded us that prevention is better than cure. When the Covid-19 pandemic hit us, we have taken this reminder more seriously than ever. Prevention meant drastically doing things differently. We spend most of our time at home, doing most things from home, our social interactions have become very limited, and going out and traveling are now restricted to doing what is essential.