Regardless of whether it’s nursery or college, children spend a large amount of their time in school and the convergence of students in tight and shared classroom spaces can yield some shocking results. For example, it is estimated that 22 million school days are lost each year due to the common cold alone. A clean and fresh indoor environment can aid the concentration and productivity of student’s and will create a positive learning environment leading to better student achievements. Here’s where we can help – our line of commercial-grade air purifiers capture airborne germs, allergens and odours, resulting in a healthier classroom environment. And that could mean improved attendance higher results.
Here are just a few of the places AeraMax Professional can make an immediate impact:
Air purification is a best in class solution for addressing infectious airborne viruses in classroom environments. Lucky that AeraMax Professional removes up to 99.9% of contaminants in the air.
These facilities are a breeding ground for bacteria, germs and odours. AeraMax Professional’s patented EnviroSmartÔ Technology automatically detects when to purify the air, reducing contaminants quickly and efficiently.
Cleanliness of food preparation and serving areas is vital. AeraMax Professional fits in perfectly school dining spaces, reducing harmful germs in the air—and reducing unpleasant smells. That, in turn, provides for a more appetising and healthy experience.
Up to 50% of children in the UK suffer from some form of allergy. And, one in eleven children has asthma. That’s why it’s critical to have clean indoor air in schools and educational facilities. Luckily, there’s AeraMax Professional. It’s the first commercial-grade air purifier to earn asthma & allergy friendly™ Certification from the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA). This certification is awarded to air cleaning products that have been scientifically proven to contribute to allergen reduction.
Research by the Campaign for Clean Air found that 1,148 schools in London are within 150 metres of roads carrying 10,000 or more vehicles per day, and a total of 2,270 schools are within 400 metres of such roads. Scientists say living near roads travelled by 10,000 or more vehicles per day could be responsible for some 15-30 per cent of all new cases of asthma in children. You can check the location of your London school here.