April 7th is World Health Day. And health is top priority for Europeans
Companies are recognising this trend and looking at health when considering future developments. And focusing on health has lead Tunap – a market leader in technologies in the automotive industry from Wolfratshausen in Bavaria – to launch airco well®, the first complete system for cleaning air conditioning in cars.
Dirt and microorganisms build up in air conditioning systems within a few months. And this can pose a danger to the health of driver and passengers – long before any unpleasant odour is noticeable. That is why air conditioning systems in cars should be tested and cleaned at least once a year – before germs and bacteria can cause serious problems.
Unfortunately, many cleaning products used on air conditioning systems do more harm than good, because they contain harmful chemicals as well as colouring and perfumes which cause allergies. airco well® is environmentally-friendly and does not damage health. And independent tests have shown that airco well® is the most effective air conditioning cleaning system available.
The TUNAP Splash Effect uses high pressure to flush dirt and microbes from the evaporator and from in and around the pollen filter. This ensures clean, healthy cooled air for driver and passengers to breathe. The high pressure cleaning can be done quickly and easily by any qualified workshop as part of a regular servicing – or when changing to summer tyres this spring.
TUNAP Deutschland Vertriebs GmbH & Co. Betriebs KG
TUNAP inspires with innovative developments and system solutions in the field of chemistry. As market leader in technologies within the automotive, industry, private brand and cosmetics sectors, TUNAP offers development, production and sales from one source. More than 30,000 companies use TUNAP products and systems. Tunap has subsidiaries in 19 markets in Europe, America and Asia and more than 800 employees. With airco well®, TUNAP offers the first complete cleaning system for air conditioning. For healthy air in the car. Further details on www.aircowell.com.