Corporate

Once again, proof of AeraMax Pro effectiveness

Posted on: November 18, 2021 | By Tim Bay

The worldwide pandemic has focused considerable attention on indoor air quality and the transmission of viruses in enclosed spaces. When researchers found that airborne droplets from coughing and sneezing helped spread SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes the COVID-19 disease, people worked to find solutions. What’s more, many companies purported to have ways of disinfecting spaces, […]

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Over 120,000 Fellowes AeraMax Air Purifiers Now In U.S. Schools

Posted on: March 24, 2021 | By Tim Bay

We know teachers’ and parents’ concerns matter and, as the national conversation builds around the need to improve indoor air quality as part of reopening plans, Fellowes air purifiers are a distinct new feature in many classrooms. Over 120,000 classrooms nationwide have chosen AeraMax Air Purifiers to clean their air since the onset of the […]

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With the seasonal shift indoors, consider alternatives to ventilation

Posted on: November 9, 2020 | By Mike Booth

With the fall weather turning in the northern hemisphere, more and more people are starting to hunker down, going indoors and avoiding outdoor socially distanced activities. In some regions, bar owners and restaurateurs are wrestling with the issue of COVID-19 spread, and how to make indoor spaces safer for patrons. What’s more, retail locations are […]

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The path forward for nursing homes and elderly care is clean air

Elderly Care - And Clean Air Posted on: October 21, 2020 | By Mike Booth

For many elders, the threat of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 poses additional concerns, given that elders often have more compromised immune systems. What’s more, nursing homes and assisted living centers are prime areas where COVID-19 infections occur. According to the New York Times, 40 percent of COVID-19 deaths nationwide has occurred in nursing homes; as […]

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CDC Proclaims: Coronavirus COVID-19 is aerosolized

Posted on: October 16, 2020 | By Mike Booth

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have acknowledged what many researchers and scientist have long advocated: that the novel coronavirus COVID-19 can be transmitted by the air. Called aerosolization, respiratory droplets of infected matter, like fluid of sneezes and coughs from an infected person, can travel in the air, potentially infecting people in […]

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