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Air Purification: Separating Fact from Fiction

Posted on: November 4, 2022 | By Arti Lyde

Indoor air quality (IAQ) is becoming top-of-mind for many organizations and building owners/operators as they look to create healthier, safer building environments following the COVID-19 pandemic. Just last week, the White House held a Summit on Indoor Air Quality to encourage organizational leaders to pledge to improve their IAQ to help keep building occupants safe. […]

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5 Questions to Ask When Selecting an Air Purification System

Posted on: February 9, 2022 | By Jason Jones

  The worldwide pandemic has put the threat of airborne viral spread at the forefront of everyone’s minds—and with it, a need for solutions to provide healthy indoor air. Before you equip your spaces with an air purification system, ask yourself these questions to ensure it’s the right fit: 1. Does the system you’re considering […]

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“Air Changes Per Hour” and other things you should know about air quality and ventilation

Posted on: January 12, 2021 | By Mike Booth

The airborne elements of the coronavirus COVID-19 have made everyone sit up and pay attention to indoor air quality—and that’s a good thing, given that poor air quality not only contributes to the spread of disease, but has also been proven to dull the senses and decrease productivity in workplaces. So, more people are focusing […]

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Harvard recommends air cleaning for educational institutions

Posted on: December 10, 2020 | By Mike Booth

Air purifiers can play an important safety role During the worldwide pandemic, one area has been vexed perhaps more than others in terms of openings and closings, of starts and stops, of operations and ineffectiveness: educational institutions. Particularly in the United States, school districts have grappled with the realities of COVID-19—namely that it is extremely […]

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How are pro sports team staying safe from COVID-19?

Posted on: November 9, 2020 | By Mike Booth

The worldwide pandemic has thrown multiple industries into disarray, with sectors caught scrambling to create a semblance of normalcy and business-as-usual. This is perhaps no more evident than in professional sports, with leagues and teams trying to approximate regular seasons of play. Still, the very real consequences of COVID-19 infection among players and personnel have […]

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