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Opera, concert halls, cinemas, stadiums..

everywhere where many people come together in a small space.

Yes, it's part of it.. at a rock concert, standing shoulder to shoulder and cheering for the idols on stage, with full body contact. Even if things are a little more stylish at the opera, such occasions all have something in common: we all breathe the same air and the more people are in a small space, the faster it accumulates with pollutants and odors, germs can circulate freely and spread accordingly easily. Here it makes sense to have a hygiene concept for the air, which goes beyond normal, good air ventilation. abbeo's bioclimatic air ionization prevents the spread of  viruses and bacteria and makes it possible to visit an event safely at any time.

A good example here is the Hanover Opera, which initially ionized the toilet areas to ensure air hygiene and an odor-free environment. Convinced of the measurable and noticeable effect, the entire interior of the opera is protected today and represents the sense of responsibility and the added value that an organizer can convey to its visitors. There are now a number of cinemas and sports halls that can ensure air quality and, in the medium term, also secure their schedule.

covid protection



References events

with bioclimatic ionization in use:

• Hanover State Opera

• Hanover Playhouse

• Ohnsorg Theater Hamburg

•Handball Bundesliga TSV Hannover Burgdorf

In order to effectively protect the large volume of air in a concert or cinema hall, the existing ventilation systems need to be reinforced with our aerotec elements. These are integrated into the monoblock or, depending on the circumstances, later into the ventilation duct and can also be combined and controlled with the existing ventilation technology.  abbeo offers full support here. Our specialists will advise you on site and - together with you - create the most sensible and effective concept for individualized air ionization.

Oper Hannover

The adjacent measurement was carried out in an event hall at the University of Hanover. The hall was occupied by 90 people for the entire duration of the test. It can be clearly seen how the concentration of bacteria CFU (colony forming units) increases rapidly during 105 minutes without ionization. During this period, the guests also consumed (drinks, finger food, etc.) and different smells enriched the room.
After switching on the abbeo air ionization, the KBE's drop rapidly and, despite full occupancy, almost return to the initial values when the hall was empty and without guests. The smells  are also no longer perceptible.

Gottfried Wilhelm Leipniz University of Hanover,
Institute for Food Chemistry Callinstrasse 5, 30167 Hanover

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