Allergens

Clean Air on the Menu

Posted on: December 27, 2016 | By Mike Booth

Some people seek out restaurants based on their exotic preparations. And some for exemplary service. And some folks even look for restaurants that provide lo-fi fare—comfort food that is no frills, no waiting. But now, in Delhi, India, you can seek out a restaurant that features purified air. That’s because several restaurants have installed air […]

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Personal Purification Hits China

Posted on: December 14, 2016 | By Mike Booth

It’s no surprise that China has some of the worst air quality in the world: rapid industrialization, unchecked and unregulated factory growth, a spike in automobile traffic in cities and a dependence on coal-fired energy has made most days in metropolitan areas a dim haze of sooty air and unhealthy conditions. In August of 2015, […]

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Put me in, Coach!

Posted on: November 23, 2016 | By Mike Booth

The world is becoming increasingly aware about the effects of poor indoor air quality—and that awareness has extended into the realm of wireless applications, with start-ups and tech companies rushing to produce smartphone apps, tracking and measuring devices and home-based air quality tools. These companies are also championing a concept called hyperlocality, where measurements or […]

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We Won Again!

Posted on: November 22, 2016 | By Mike Booth

It looks like we’re closing out 2016 with a bang—AeraMax® Professional was again recognized for its superiority, this time during the HX: The Hotel Experience Rooms to Restaurants show on November 13, 2016. Our new AeraMax Pro II won the 2016 Editor’s Choice Awards in the Best New Product—Technology category during the trade show and […]

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Fall Allergies: What You Can Do

Posted on: September 21, 2016 | By Mike Booth

With so much attention paid to springtime allergies—the blooms! The sneezing! The incessant TV spots featuring over-the-counter remedies!—it’s hard to remember that fall is a prime allergy season, too. In fact, ragweed, a common culprit for all that sneezing and wheezing, blooms from mid-August until the first cold snap in the Midwest and East. And, […]

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