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Natural way to battle COVID

SAN-AIR™ is effective against micro-organisms and pathogens that cause diseases, such as germs, bacteria, mould, fungi, and viruses (including COVID-19), by killing them in the air or on the surface, by sanitising, and purifying the air directly instead of filtering or trapping them in a device.

San-Air has also been found to be able to kill mosquitoes by acting as a repellent.

The Australian product line aims to provide the highest quality and the most effective way to remove mould, bacteria, and other microorganisms in indoor air spaces using natural sustainable ingredients.

San-Air is a scientific breakthrough by an Australian scientist Daniel Massaioli, who successfully created a family of products that is incredibly effective at killing pathogens or micro-bacteria and mould in air spaces and on surfaces.

The formula and products of San-Air are certified to kill COVID-19 by the Department of Health in Australia.

It has also been certified by independent researchers such as Eurofins, United States (US) Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), University of New South Wales (Australia) and other independent laboratories.

San-Air has characteristics that are proven to protect a group of people indoors, such as homes, offices, classrooms, clinics, wards and even pcars, buses, aeroplanes and ferries.

Another range of San-Air products, San-Wear, aims to protect individual spaces suitable for everybody through its essential oil, using a specially customised necklaces, and bracelets for children.

It is scientifically formulated, 100 per cent natural, plant-based and manufactured using 20 high-quality ingredients, non-chemical and non-toxic, safe to breathe in and touch, and suitable for babies, pets, and plants as well as safe to be placed among food.

It is also non-corrosive, does not damage any equipment and is environmental friendly.

San-Air product line has been cleared for sales by the Ministry of Health of Brunei Darussalam.

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