Air Filtration System In Use At The Größer Patient Transport Service
Werner P. has to go to the place where nobody wants to be right now: the hospital. He’s in his mid-50s and has regular dialysis sessions there.
“Of course I’m worried, now, at the peak of the pandemic, but what can I do? Toxins need to be removed from my blood,” explains the IT specialist from Stahnsdorf near Potsdam, Germany.
As usual, the Ford Transit van from the Größer patient transport service stops outside his apartment and Werner P. gets in. But something's different this time.
The patient notices the noise and asks the driver, “What’s this new device?” - “It’s our new air filtration system,” the driver proudly responds. “It’s an even better way to protect our patients and ourselves.” She cheerfully winks at Werner P. and sets off.
Curiosity piqued, the patient looks at the source of the noise: a metal cylinder roughly as big as a standard 60cm fire extinguisher, painted white with countless holes in it.
Like a respiratory mask for vehicles: a Webasto HFT 300 filtration system.