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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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Over 250k Fellowes Air Purifiers are Improving Indoor Air Quality in U.S. Schools

Classroom with air purifier providing healthy air Posted on: January 19, 2022 | By Jason Jones

Fellowes air purifiers have become a distinct feature in classrooms across 45 states as educators and facilities managers create safer indoor environments for their school populations. Districts such as Jersey City Public Schools in New Jersey, Cherokee County School District in South Carolina, and Alachua County Public Schools in Florida have added a mix of […]

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Once again, proof of AeraMax Pro effectiveness

Posted on: November 18, 2021 | By Jason Jones

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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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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