During the COVID19 pandemic, LINK has created an innovative system for sanitising not only the air, but also the surfaces it touches, with the possibility of constant monitoring of the quality of the air and which, thanks to its flexibility, adapts to all applications, from home and offices to sports halls.
During the Pro Light + Sound in Frankfurt, we visited LINK at their booth, where Danila Costantini told us about the new innovative Link on Air line. These are technologies for sanitisation, developed during Covid, a time when needless to say the events business was at a standstill. In that period of uncertainty, the Italian company identified the American firm that developed the sanitization technology for NASA, used on space stations to continuously purify the air in presence, then adapted to sanitization of environments and surfaces without the need to use ozone. Today it allows a non-invasive treatment that neutralizes up to 99.9% of pathogens. The pride of the system is the feature that not only purifies the air, but also the surfaces this touches, eliminating viruses (including Coronaviruses), bacteria, moulds, odours and microorganisms present in the air and on surfaces.
Link on Air is available in various versions, designed to be versatile and applicable to any situation. The lines available Rock, Roll and House cover the most varied applications. The first, designed for fixed installation in air conditioners and ventilation systems, in addition to the most obvious applications, also offers a version for cars that makes car-sharing and taxis safer. Also for vehicles, but for vans and lorries, there is also a tailored product – the trucking unit, this time in the Roll line, in which LINK returns to its origins and to the entertainment world, with the rack unit, portable box and air blade barriers. With these it is possible to cover all the needs of the events: halls, congress centres, theatres, control rooms can all be sanitized with the most suitable – even aesthetically- unit. Obviously, microphones, in-ears, radios and everything that comes into direct contact with people during events couldn’t be forgotten, therefore the special module designed for objects. Finally, the House line, with the aim of offering a design solution for offices, houses, shops and small businesses, has its strong point in Wally, a small wall unit that can be customised with photos, logos or names , but also engravings on the panel, which make it suitable for all contexts.
To complete the three ranges, but also available as a stand-alone module, Link has also designed a control system, called LOA, capable of constantly detecting and monitoring air quality according to various parameters, such as temperature, humidity, CO2, VOC and everything that can be useful to “see” what we breathe, useful at home, as on stage. Once again, LINK’s experience in the design of integrated systems has been put to good use to develop Link on Air, in fact a personalised and customisable app is also available with a user-friendly user interface that allows to see the quality of the air of every room covered by LOA. Link on Air is a complete system that offers extra safety in everyday life, finally allowing us to breathe deeply.