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Iranian companies active in manufacturing nano-based devices have managed to mass-produce air treatment systems with high capability to remove air pollution and unpleasant odors by means of nanofilters.
Pardis-Hava-Rayeheh Company is one of the air treatment equipments manufacturers which could produce these systems by nanotechnology.
Tehran Municipality, Mashhad Municipality, Mashhad Cemetery and one of the Iranian chain stores are examples of the centers which purchased this new nano-based treatment system for bathrooms and public locations.
Installing such filters in the air entrance of air treatment systems, promotes disinfection and bactericidal coefficients as well as treatment of air.
Surface disinfection solution is another product made by this company which removes unpleasant odors as well as disinfecting surfaces. This product is usable in public places and transporting vehicles such as trains, airplanes, and buses.
According to the project manger, this product is verified by the Ministry of Health and there have been purchase requests from different municipalities of the country.
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