SaniJet is excited to present to you Phileas® 15, a brand new 360° Medical Grade Cabin Disinfection System, which has been tested with EASA and FAA approvals*.
The patented Phileas Airborne Disinfection System is already widely used by many major national laboratories, military hospitals and biomedical research centres, such as CNRS, Institut Pasteur and Sanofi. We can now bring clinical hygiene standard to your environment, a priority considering the high risk nature of travelling.
Our latest model, Phileas®15, is even more Portable and Capable: Battery Powered, Remote Control-able, Treating Larger Volumes, Environmental Friendly and Efficient, suitable for Aircraft Cabins, VIP Lounges, Offices, Catering Kitchens, Hotel Suites and Yachts... providing a safe environment for our VIPs and our co-workers.
Highly automated and easy to operate, our system can cover and disinfect the most unreachable surfaces with no human errors. It can be used to decontaminate the environment effectively at times of suspected COVID-19 transmission cases.
Unlike many cleaning products that cause damages to the luxurious carpets and leathers onboard, SaniJet has worked the extra miles to prevent that from happening with a solution to deliver the certified 99.999% disinfection result with warranted VIP care. *EASA and FAA tests have certified that our products can preserve the fire retardant properties of these materials.
Our pharmaceutical quality disinfectant is 3 times 0.2µ filtered to eliminate metal residues, leaving No residue, No smell, No wetness and it is Non-Corrosive to sensitive equipment and interiors.
We bring you this high-end innovative medical grade product with an affordable SaniJet price. Low investment cost with limitless applications, crucial in a time of pandemic.
Please let us know if you or your associates are interested, we would be more than happy to send you a quotation and provide further details.
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