Prevention is better than cure!

Let SAN-AIR help you add a new and strong natural protection to gain a healthier indoor environment from airborne germs.

There are many types of airborne contaminants and I go into that in some detail on a previous blog.  Right now, people need to address airborne contaminants of bacteria and mould.  Why?  

  • Viruses host in bacteria (this is well known since the early 1900’s – Ref1, Ref 2)
  • Bacteria travels on airborne particulate matter
  • Bacteria is also known to piggyback on mould which also travels in air.

How do you clean the air you breath from germs to reduce risk of breathing in harmful microorganisms?

With SAN-AIR you can do this

  • efficiently, 
  • inexpensively, 
  • naturally,
  • safely without any toxic chemicals; and
  • with long lasting results.

With SAN-AIR you have the ability to have clean healthy air all the time.

How can SAN-AIR do this for you?

EASY – clean air is our business.  Our founder, a scientist with a Pure and Applied Chemistry degree, developed these natural plant-based products when trying to find a way to resolve health issues for his young sons. Being a scientist, he had his new products independently university tested proving the products have a significant reduction in airborne contaminants in 24-48 hours.

The SAN-AIR evaporative gel will get to all parts of your indoor environment. Simply select the appropriate product for your situation.

Air-conditioned premisesPremises without air-conditioning
Your air-conditioner will spread the SAN-AIR throughout your home as the air is circulating.  SAN-AIR will get to all those hard to get to places that you find very difficult to clean manually.  It will simply neutralise all mould and bacteria it comes into contact with.

  • Ducted air-conditioning  – use the SAN-AIR Mould Gone Jar placed in the return air vent.
  • Split systems – use the SAN-AIR split system packs
  • Other types – simply place an open jar of SAN-AIR Mould Gone near the key airflow into the premise and it will evaporate into the airflow and continue to do its job.
We have an easy solution here. Place jars of SAN-AIR Mould Gone in key rooms. The SAN-AIR will evaporate into the room and do its job.  It’s as simple as that.


To get a strong immediate impact, make sure that windows and external doors are closed for first few days.

For larger commercial premises we have a wide range of products appropriate for the situation. Contact us for quick easy support.

Why is SAN-AIR better than alcohol-based products?

Alcohol based products are known to be harsh on skin and surfaces.  Their impact is in the instant used as the fine film of alcohol evaporates in seconds leaving no going protection.

SAN-AIR is water based, soft on the skin and very safe to breathe.  SAN-AIR is designed to be airborne, so that it comes into contact with the maximum number of airborne particles giving our customers the maximum ongoing cleaning of the air they breathe. SAN-AIR is long lasting with a 75gm jar lasting up to 6 weeks.

No other natural product can claim the level of impact on air quality nor the level of independent testing.

 Get rid of germs naturally with SAN-AIR.  Call us if you need to talk to an expert.

Some Interesting facts

  1. Bacteria are usually measured in microns (1 micron equals 1 one-millionth of a meter), while viruses are measured in the even more miniscule unit of nanometers (1 nanometer equals 1 one-billionth of a meter, or 1 one-thousandth of a micron).   Reference.
  2. Airborne transmission of microorganisms capable of causing disease, Pathogens, can also spread when residue from evaporated droplets or dust particles containing microorganisms are suspended in air for long periods of time. Diseases spread by airborne transmission include measles and hantavirus pulmonary syndrome.   Reference.
  3. Viruses are simply packets of nucleic acid, either DNA or RNA, surrounded by a protein shell and sometimes fatty materials called lipids. Outside a living cell, a virus is a dormant particle, lacking the raw materials for reproduction. Only when it enters a host cell does it go into action, hijacking the cell’s metabolic machinery to produce copies of itself that may burst out of infected cells or simply bud off a cell membrane. This lack of self-sufficiency means that viruses can be grown only in living cells, fertilized eggs, tissue cultures, or bacteria. 
  4. bacteriophage, also known informally as a phage, is a virus that infects and replicates within bacteria. Bacteriophages are among the most common and diverse entities in the biosphere.[1] Bacteriophages are ubiquitous viruses, found wherever bacteria exist. It is estimated there are more than 1031 bacteriophages on the planet, more than every other organism on Earth, including bacteria, combined. Reference.

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