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Visit SEBO on stand 109 MCEC – 23rd – 24th October 2019 It’s Time to Shine….
Building Biology is the study how a man-made environment impacts your health.  Understanding Building Biology principles can help you create a healthier home and workplace. SEBO vacuum cleaners support the Building Biology principles by: 1. removing harmful allergens (house dust mites, mould, pet and pest dander) 2. improving indoor air quality (IAQ) The S Class Filtration removes a minimum of 99.9% of particles of 0.3 microns. The SEBO S-CLASS system will remove 100% of particles of 1
SEBO offers some handy top tips on what to consider when purchasing a new vacuum cleaner. 1. Upright or barrel vacuum cleaner? Uprights are great for a large carpeted area as they are easy to manoeuvre and increase productivity, whereas a barrel could be considered for small areas with lots of furniture and hard floors. Many vacuum cleaners, however, can do both jobs as many premises have different floors. Also, take a look at the
The air is clean  A good quality vacuum will of course clean the floor but a great vacuum will also enhance your indoor air quality. Dust seems more prevalent nowadays and a lot more people suffering from allergic reactions. SEBO vacuums possess a 3-step filtration system consisting of: A multi layer filter bag.A micro-hygiene filter.An exhaust filter.  Together they achieve excellent filter results. SEBO K, SEBO X and SEBO Felix machines carry the British Allergy
Do you have allergies? …. Believe it or not, you can keep your carpet. Studies have shown that carpet is often better at trapping allergens than hard flooring such as tile or hardwood. How can this be? Particles and allergens fall to the floor (out of the breathing zone) and onto the carpet. The fibres of the carpet trap allergens and particles, reducing their continued circulation in the air. Proper cleaning with a SEBO vacuum