Which Gelair™ product do I need?
For high volume, high flow ducted air conditioning systems, use Gelair™ Air Conditioning Block.
For Split or Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning Systems, use Gelair™ Health-e SPLIT.
For cars, use Gelair™ Health-e Car.
For general purpose sterilising and cleaning, use Gelair™ All Purpose Steriliser and Cleaner.
For low volume, low or no air flow areas like bathrooms, toilets, cupboards or wardrobes use Gelair™ Tubs.
For removing built-up grime in the air handling unit, use Gelair™ Coil and Duct Cleaner.
For removing built-up grime in industrial circumstances, use Gelair™ Coil and Duct Industrial.
For killing 99.99% of germs on hands without water, use Gelair™ Tea Tree Protect Hand Sanitiser.
For sanitation of evaporative cooling systems, use Gelair™ Health-e Evap.
For preventing biofilm in your vessel’s bilge compartment, use Gelair™ Health-e Bilge.
For serious mold infestations, treat first with Gelair™ Fogging Solution.
How do Gelair™ products compare to other treatments?
Gelair™ is the best treatment option that manages the entire air conditioning system. Not only does it treat the air passing through the system, it also treats the Air handling Unit (AHU), the ducts, diffusers and the room.
Are Pure Tea Tree Oil products safe to use?
Tea Tree Oil is a well-established natural compound, derived from the steam distillation of the oil from the native Australian species, Melaleuca alternifolia. It is approved by the European Medicines Agency as a natural herbal medicine for specific medical applications and has undergone extensive recent safety testing – including toxicity and dermal penetration studies – to understand the risks to humans.
Tea Tree Oil is deemed to be a safe and well-tolerated natural ingredient which has excellent potential benefits for consumers and consumer products like Gelair™.
More information on the research available can be found in the Australian Government report, The Effectiveness and Safety of Tea Tree Oil.
Why is mold and bacteria a problem for our indoor environments?
Moisture build up is inevitable wherever humidity and condensation exist; providing the perfect environment for hundreds of species of mold and bacteria to grow – polluting your indoor environment. The most important effects of exposure to these pollutants are the increased prevalence of respiratory symptoms, allergies and asthma, as well as disturbance of the immune system. Preventing (or minimising) persistent dampness and microbial growth on interior surfaces and building structures is the most important means of avoiding harmful effects on your health. Gelair™ can help in reducing and preventing bacteria, fungus and viruses in your indoor environment.
More comprehensive research and scientific evidence on the health problems associated with these indoor pollutants can be found in the World Health Organisation (WHO) report, WHO Guidelines for Indoor Air Quality: Dampness and Mold.