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5 things you need to know about HyGenikx

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In just eight hours, a single bacterial cell can multiply to over eight million, meaning that health risks and odours remain a major problem, with standard room cleaning and disinfecting procedures only offering a temporary solution. HyGenikx from Mechline combats airborne viruses and bacteria, stopping their spread and minimising the risks of cross contamination. Here are 5 things you need to know about this game-changing system…

1. The technology within HyGenikx is proven to inactivate viruses, including coronaviruses, by using a unique combination of UVC, PCO and trace ozone to destroy these microorganisms.

2. The HyGenikx range has models for all areas – including small and large occupied areas; food storage, preparation, and service areas; toilets, changing and locker room areas; and non-occupied refuse/bin store areas. The HyGenikx Selector Tool can help you choose the HyGenikx unit best suited to your needs.

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3. HyGenikx has been shown to prolong the shelf-life of perishable fresh food by an average of 58% (approximately 7.5 days)— with some produce proving to last as much as 150% longer!

4. The wall-mounted systems work 24/7 to improve hygiene standards to levels impossible to maintain with traditional cleaning methods alone. They are easy to install in existing premises and require no costly installation as they simply plug into a standard socket.

5. All HyGenikx units are supplied with a customer confidence sticker that can be displayed on windows, walls, and menus, to reassure customers that a venue is going the extra mile to look after their safety and well-being.

Mechline is the Platinum Partner sponsor of the Kitchen Safety & Management category of FEJ Kitchen Excellence Week. For information about Mechline and its range of products, including the HyGenikx air and surface amplification system, call 01908 261511 or visit www.mechline.com/HGX

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Andrew Seymour

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  1. Trace ozone is always a component of the air we breath. You state your machine creates trace amounts of ozone. Can you please tell me what amounts of ozone are produced by your machine?

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