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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 […]

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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 […]

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AeraMax helps Finnish finish faster?

Posted on: January 22, 2020 | By Mike Booth

National cross-country ski teams look to gain every advantage they can to cross the finish line first—everything from the latest advances in sports science, emerging eating trends involving superfoods, cryogenic recovery, cutting-edge training techniques and innovative equipment. But air purifiers? Seems the Finnish National Cross-Country Ski Team tapped into commercial-grade air purifier manufacturer AeraMax Professional […]

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A tragedy in the air

Posted on: September 4, 2019 | By Mike Booth

The tragic death of a London schoolgirl could provide greater awareness of the dangers of poor air quality. It may also be the catalyst for significant change. When nine-year-old Ella Kissi-Debrah passed away in 2013, doctors initially listed cause of death as respiratory failure as a result of severe asthma. In fact, Kissi-Debrah had the […]

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Suffer the children: A years-long pollution study reveals the risk to kids

Air pollution affects growing bodies more than we may have realized. Posted on: July 31, 2019 | By Mike Booth

It didn’t look like a study in air pollution. It only took a few minutes, year after year after year. Once a year, select students in schools across southern California, were taken out of class, marched down to a gym or empty classroom and were met by a researcher. There, they were asked to blow […]

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