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The truth about COVID-19 and air purifiers

Posted on: March 31, 2020 | By Mike Booth

FACT: No air purifier can stop the COVID-19 coronavirus.  While AeraMax Professional air purifiers are highly effective at removing various viruses and airborne pollutants from enclosed spaces, NO AIR PURIFIER CAN CURRENTLY CLAIM TO CAPTURE AND ELIMINATE COVID-19—it is simply too early to know. Still, AeraMax Professional air purifiers should be considered as part of […]

The future of manufacturing may be harmful to your health

Posted on: March 27, 2020 | By Mike Booth

Three-dimensional printing—the process of using CAD/CAM models and extruding layer upon layer of “slices” to build a new object from plastic or metal filament, has taken the world by storm. Kids use 3D printers to create toys and action figures. Engineering college students use it to make their CAD renderings come to life. There’s even […]

New kitchen comes at a cost

Posted on: February 20, 2020 | By Mike Booth

Many a homeowner would love a new kitchen, but those trendy composite countertops have been shown to be harmful to workers cutting and grinding them for custom kitchens. According to recent articles and reporting by National Public Radio, workers in countertop showrooms are increasingly becoming afflicted with silicosis, a lung disease typically seen in miners. […]

Interview: Challenges facing the dental industry, with Mary Borg-Bartlett of Safelink Consulting, Inc.

Posted on: February 13, 2020 | By Mike Booth

From time to time, AeraMax Professional taps into the expertise of dental industry professionals to share their viewpoints on issues facing the dental industry. This month, we talk with Mary Borg-Bartlett, the Co-founder and President of SafeLink Consulting Inc. Since 1991, she has actively participated as a presenter and on-site instructor to audiences of dentists, […]

Little Lungs, Big Difference

Posted on: February 6, 2020 | By Mike Booth

The Tiny Sprouts Early Childhood Center in Rutherford, NJ had a problem. An odor and germ problem. The daycare center catered to everyone from infants and toddlers to preschoolers in four classroom settings—and that meant odors from diapers and contact germs covering toys and learning materials. According to Director Emily Sousa, seasonality made the issue […]

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