In the Link range designed for sanitizing environments, Wally stands out: a “guy” who could be defined as “all home and office”! Wall-mounted sanitizer, perfect for domestic applications or for small and medium-sized environments such as offices, also based on NASA Active Pure® technology and completed by the exclusive LOA system.
The name is one of those that immediately inspires friendliness: Wally. Its function, though, adds extreme benefit to friendliness: as a matter of fact it’s a device designed and developed for sanitizing the home and other limited spaces such as offices. At the basis of Wally, as all the products of the now renowned Link On Air range, there is the Active Pure® sanitization technology, developed by NASA and able to continuously decontaminate air and surfaces without the need to use ozone. In short, a non-invasive treatment for environments and free from chemical elements, neutralizing up to 99.9% of pathogens.
Moreover, this technology has been specifically tested against Sars-COV2 by the independent MRIGLOBAL laboratory, compliant to the Food and Drug Administration. The results showed that in just three minutes, ActivePure® destroys 99.9% of the virus both in air and on surfaces.
Wally: elegance and safety
But now let’s talk about Wally, the very elegant and compact wall-mounted sanitation proposal, completed by the exclusive LOA system to monitor air quality. LOA allows you to remotely manage and monitor an entire system using specific software, as well as to monitor air quality in real time according to IAQ parameters, to then really “see” the air you breathe in a certain environment. The LOA system uses many IoT sensors placed in the environment to be monitored, to detect 24/7 the indicators of air quality (IAQ) and the risk of presence of viruses. All the most important values, such as temperature, humidity, volatile organic compounds (VOC), atmospheric particulate matter (PM1, PM2.5, PM4, PM10), carbon dioxide and monoxide, formaldehyde, ozone and negative ions are updated in real time, for the absolute safety of users.
The hardware and software architecture was specifically designed by Link to meet the present and future needs of the market. As if to say: all of Link’s experience in the design of integrated technological systems, conveyed in the development of a control and monitoring system that helps to put an end to health emergency. Therefore, all of Link’s experience in the design of integrated technological systems has been channeled into the development of a control and monitoring system that helps to put an end to the health emergency. Finally, a very important detail: dashboards and apps are customizable, to offer a user-friendly interface, which can also be used by non-expert personnel.
Wally is ideal for homes, offices, shops, beauty centers, reception areas, but also for theatre dressing rooms, rehearsal rooms, recording studios, meeting rooms, etc. In short, for all medium-sized environments that require effective and constant sanitization over time, to allow users to live and work there.
The nominal air flow of the equipment covers areas from 25 m² to 100 m², and is effective against viruses, bacteria, molds, spores, odors and pollutants. Ease of use is guaranteed by the centralized and remote monitoring and management software of the entire system. For the installation, Link uses one of the most advanced fluid dynamics simulation software which, through a detailed reconstruction of the environments, immediately identifies any critical issues, increasing the chances of a homogeneous and effective sanitization.
The sanitizing plasma generated by Link On Air devices, including Wally, reproduces processes already present in nature, guaranteeing the safety of people and pets 24 hours a day. Damage to objects, including electronic equipment, is also totally excluded. In conclusion, Wally is not perceived but perfectly does his job! And, finally, it also has a very low energy consumption and requires very little maintenance, especially when compared to other and more traditional sanitation systems.
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