Air2San vehicle sanitiser capabilities highlighted in new TEXA video

To book online, simply select from the options below. No payment will be taken via our website.

Key features

In order to guarantee the utmost efficiency and professionalism of the operation, AIR2 SAN acts through three phases:

1 – During the first, AIR2 SAN, thanks to an electrostatic discharge, transforms the oxygen (O2) in the air in the passenger compartment, into ozone (O3) and spreads it in a precise, controlled and uniform way (not through a mere timer). This phase is more efficient and safe thanks to a filter located at intake and intended to avoid the passage of particles towards the ozone generator. This to guarantee the generator itself a longer life, and also, more importantly, to eliminate the risk of an accidental production of dangerous nitric acid that may generate due to the entry of particulate into the O2 -> O3 transformation chamber.
2 – The second phase is the actual disinfection phase during which the AIR2 SAN microprocessor, based on the data provided by its sensors, maintains the ideal amount of ozone and determines how long it needs to stay in the passenger compartment in order to eliminate mildew, fungi, viruses and bacteria, as required by the medical-surgical standards. This automated process also eliminates any risk of human error.
3 – Contrarily to many products on the market, TEXA introduced a third phase in the sanitation process, which is a reverse cycle that transforms the residual ozone into oxygen through a catalyst. In other concentrations, the ozone is in fact a harmful gas and it is essential to guarantee a minimum residual concentration before returning the vehicle.
This to protect not only the customer’s health, but also the operator whom is particularly exposed each time the vehicle is opened after being sanitised.