Enjoy the Benefits of Clean Indoor Air in All Parts of Your Work / Office Areas
Help provide clean indoor air for patient waiting room, showroom, smoking room, clinic reception room, examination room, cafeteria, office spaces, break room, office kitchen, meeting room, board room, mail room, photocopying room, multimedia room, etc.
Improve productivity, reduce absenteeism and increase employee morale by maintaining a high standard of indoor air quality.
Why is Indoor Air Quality Important?
Most people spend up to 90% of their time indoors and many spend most of their working hours in an office / work environment. Studies conducted by the U.S. EPA and others show that indoor air environments sometimes can have levels of pollutants that are actually higher than levels found outdoors.
Help protect your staff and patients from harmful airborne pathogens, contaminants, pollutants- reduce the risk of exposure to harmful airborne pathogens, contaminants, chemical pollutants- chemical fumes, strong odors (fragrance, bad odor, etc.), chemical off-gasing, contagious particle pathogens come flu season time (droplets from sneezing and coughing).
About Our Activated Carbon + HEPA Filtration System
Activated carbon is widely recognized as the safest, most effective way to treat odors and chemicals, while HEPA (High Efficiency Particle Air) filters are the gold standard for removing particles. Together they provide the most complete and versatile air cleaning system available.
About "Activated" Carbon
Carbon that is 'activated' undergoes a process that opens up millions of tiny pores and fissures to enhance the material's adsorbent properties. The process creates a very large internal surface area, which is key to the power of activated carbon - the more surface area - the more the carbon can adsorb. Only one pound of activated carbon typically has a surface area of 125 acres. Activated carbon is so effective that it's used in military gas masks.
About HEPA Filters
HEPA stands for high efficiency particulate air filter and describes a filter that can remove at least 99.97% of airborne particles 0.3 microns in diameter. Particles of this size are used to evaluate the performance of a filter because they are among the most difficult to remove. However, particles that are larger or smaller than 0.3 microns can be filtered with even greater efficiency due to the nature of the filter’s design. True HEPA filters are composed of a dense web of fibers designed to trap particles. This type of filter was first used in the 1940’s to trap radioactive contaminants in the air and protect scientists who were developing the first nuclear weapons. Today, HEPA is considered the safest and most efficient method to treat airborne particles.