The school is a place to exchange ideas and same to the bacteria or viruses, therefore school needs to keep the environment clean. Feton antimicrobial LED lighting with dual functions of disinfecting and lighting, providing safe and effective continuous disinfecting. It complements the shortcomings of traditional intermittent disinfection.
Schools face a significant challenge when it comes to maintaining a clean and healthy environment. With students and staff members constantly coming and going, it can be challenging to prevent the spread of bacteria and viruses.
One of the biggest challenges is ensuring that high-touch surfaces are regularly disinfected. This includes doorknobs, desks, chairs, and other frequently used items. It is also important to ensure that shared spaces, such as bathrooms and cafeterias, are regularly cleaned and disinfected.
Another challenge is educating students and staff members about the importance of good hygiene practices. This includes proper hand-washing techniques, covering coughs and sneezes, and staying home when feeling sick.
In addition, proper ventilation is essential to maintaining a healthy environment in schools. Good ventilation can help to reduce the spread of airborne illnesses by increasing air circulation and bringing in the fresh air.
School sanitation is a complex issue that requires a multifaceted approach. By implementing proper cleaning protocols, promoting good hygiene practices, and ensuring proper ventilation, schools can help to create a safe and healthy learning environment for all students and staff members.
After each disinfection, pathogenic microorganisms doubled every 20 minutes. With traditional methods, people cannot sterilize all the time. Students and staff are susceptible to infections during intermittent periods.
Feton offers a solution to this problem: our UV light for classroom disinfection is for simultaneous killing and lighting. EN62471:2008 passed. As an important supplement to the school's disinfection system, it provides uninterrupted germicidal treatment of surfaces and air in the public space.