Kleanwave Solutions, is one of the rapidly growing company with a vision to provide optimized Indoor Air Quality, Ozone system & UVGI Solutions, best in class air conditioning products like Chillers, Ductable, Rooftop, Condensing Unit etc. CO, CO2, Hydrogen, Hazardous, Non-Hazardous Sensors and PLCs , Air Distribution Products (Grills,diffusers etc)
Kleanwave is an expert company to perform IAQ, UVGI, Cooling products and Sensors needs including Project Design, Equipment Supply, repairs and maintenance. Our qualified manpower are competent in handling Industrial, commercial and medical IAQ,UVGI, Cooling product and Sensors needs.
Team Kleanwave has an objective to offer highly customized yet extremely affordable services to our valuable clients to develop sustainable working relations with them. Our focus is to offer specialized solutions to maintain higher standards of quality services.
Our Folio includes Design, Supply, Testing and commissioning and wide offering of Air conditioning products.
We offer value for money to our clients with speedy deliverable through close coordination with-in the services group following the highest quality standards. Each job is unique so we do a comprehensive site assessment and leverage our experience to bring forward the minutest details to achieve customer exultation.
What We Do
Providing you the best range of Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation System (UVGI), Engineered Ozone Generators for Indoor Air Quality Solutions (IAQ), Dry Scrubbers And Electrostatic Filters, Ozone Generators For Indoor Air Quality Solutions and Dry Scrubbers And with effective & timely delivery. Our best services assure you to breath fresh and live fresh!
If you are considering robust systems to kill or deactivate virus,bacteria, fungus, mold will depend on the intensity of the UV light. Kleanwave Solutions are here to offer you our best range of Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation System (UVGI) services.
Get the best benefits of Ozone Generators for Indoor Air Quality Solutions with us. We at Kleanwave Solutions offer our customers the best and customized air treatment services for devising Indoor air quality along with the achievement of energy efficiency.
Our product helps to eliminate or minimize odor from bulk Exhaust Air and has a low operating cost.Provides adequate quantity of ozone at medium concentration, to provide rapid removal of odor. Does not use oxygen. No consumables such as replacement of molecular sieve, or filter cartridges and assures safety
Our cooling solutions include advanced compressors, ultra-quiet packaged chillers, efficient ice thermal storage, wall mount and ceiling exposed split air conditioners, new-age air handling equipment and architecturally oriented heating equipment, to meet our customers’ comfort cooling requirements.
Our team of expert engineers understand and implement solution as per customers need.
We use best technology to serve our clients with the trendsetting and innovative technological aids.
We believe in assisting our customers with complete assurance, reliability, and on-time delivery service.
We have been contributing to the industry for last 2 years and counting up.
Here we are with our best and expert engineers! Meet the team of the ones with the expertise of the trendsetting cleaning instrumentation and enough knowledge. Our team assures our clients to lead the best results by creating productive and innovative strategies.
UVC lamp devices and systems are placed in air-handling systems and in duct systems for the purpose of air disinfection. UVGI devices are installed in occupied spaces to control bioaerosols(e.g., suspended viruses, bacteria, fungi contained in droplet nuclei) in the space. In-duct systems are installed in air-handling units to control bioaerosols in re-circulated air that may be collected from many spaces, and to control microbial growth on cooling coils and other surfaces. Keeping the coils free of biofilm buildup can help reduce pressure drop across the coils and improve heat exchanger efficiency (therefore lowering the energy required to move and condition the air), and eliminates one potential air contamination source that could degrade indoor air quality. UVC is typically combined with conventional air quality control methods, including dilution ventilation and particulate filtration, to optimize cost and energy use (Ko et al. 2001).
Guidelines are majorly for:
• Isolation Rooms and other Health-Related Spaces:
How to ensure negative pressure airflow to prevent airborne contaminants, bacteria and viruses from escaping the isolation room
How to control the air change rate, temperature and humidity with effective controls
How to monitor indoor air quality and particulate counts, and how to alert building operators when needed
• Ventilation, Filtration and Air Cleaning
How to ensure that occupants in quarantine have healthy indoor environments
How to monitor indoor air quality
Use of ASHRAE Standard 62 for proper ventilation in commercial and residential buildings
Use of ASHRAE Standard 170 for proper ventilation in health-care facilities
Use of ASHRAE Standard 52.2, Method of Testing General Ventilation Air-Cleaning Devices for Removal Efficiency by Particle Size
Use of ASHRAE’s Indoor Air Quality Guide for health care intake and waiting areas, crowded shelters, and similar facilities.
Use of ASHRAE’s Position Document on Airborne Infectious Diseases, which identifies ventilation, particle filtration and UVGI as controls that are
demonstrated to be effective.
ASHRAE recommends the following:
Building designers, owners, and operators should give high priority to enhancing well- designed, installed, commissioned, and maintained HVAC systems with supplemental filtration, UVGI, and, in some cases, to additional or more effective ventilation to the breathing zone.
Filtration and UVGI can be applied in new buildings at moderate additional cost and can be applied quickly in existing building systems to decrease the severity of acute disease outbreaks. Indoor Air Quality Guide (ASHRAE 2009) contains information about the benefits of and techniques for accomplishing these enhancements.
New health-care facilities, including key points of entry such as emergency, admission, and waiting rooms; crowded shelters; and similar facilities should incorporate the infrastructure to quickly respond to a pandemic.