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Poor IAQ is a hidden problem radically affecting quality of life. Symptoms typically manifest as headaches, fatigue, feeling sick, dizziness and persistent eye, throat and lung irritation; often exacerbating existing conditions such as asthma, and allergies – especially among those with compromised immune systems.


Assessing air exposure and health risks in buildings is a complex issue that requires a holistic approach to make air healthier and safer to breathe. Focusing on advanced energy efficiency and sustainability is core to this approach and central to the development of the TASKI vacuum cleaner and ISS’s procurement of this technology.


Cleaning gives you control


There is no substitute for cleaning excellence. Minimising or preventing the release of pollutants requires regular protocols and processes – essential to keep environments free of allergens, particulates, dust and mould. Applying the industry expertise of parent company Diversey, the TASKI AERO vacuum has been specifically developed to contribute directly to better IAQ with a transformative aim, to achieve better filtration than is available on the market.


Exceptional three-stage filtration is standard. This can be specified with multi-levels and, thanks to the state-of-the- art air flow system, provides a better working environment for everyone. Further improvement is possible with TASKI HEPA/EPA filters which arrest an exceptional 99%


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of particulates down as low as 0.3 microns, preventing vacuumed dust and allergens being re-released back into the room. This upgrade is a simple and demonstrable measure to improve IAQ to match that of hospitals.


The sustainable achievements made over a three-year period by ISS, and made possible by the TASKI AERO, includes CO2 emissions reduced by 7058 tonnes – based solely on its purchases of TASKI AERO Plus models. This is equivalent to 1499 passenger vehicles driven for one year, while noise pollution was reduced by 29%. Clear evidence of TASKI’s commitment to sustainability, lower emissions and the transformation of IAQ.


Continuous improvement


Dedicated to continual service improvement and the pursuit of cleaning excellence, TASKI and ISS deliver best value to customers. The TASKI AERO’s state-of-the-art vacuum technology and super-efficient motor delivers ‘Real World’ benefits that are tangible and measurable, minimising ISS’s impact on the environment by reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions. The TASKI AERO provides peace of mind and a more productive working environment that induces wellbeing and job satisfaction.


Conclusively delivering sustainable quality cleaning, substantial savings and transformative IAQ is a game- changer. As the ultimate cleaning machines with the lowest total cost of ownership, TASKI are the best choice available if your aim is to achieve truly sustainable cleaning.


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