Get Up-Close and Personal With AeraMax Professional

Facility managers and other building and corporate executives focused on achieving and sustaining clean workplace environments can visit with the AeraMax Professional team at three shows in October.

2015 IFMA World Workplace, Denver, Oct. 6-9

Stop by booth #307 at the 2015 International Facility Management Association’s World Workplace to learn more about improving indoor air quality to create healthier, cleaner facilities and to have a chance to win an AeraMax Professional commercial-grade air purifier for your facility!

Answer a quick five question survey about your facility cleaning practices and you can register to win a unit. One AeraMax Professional unit will be given out each day.

Witness commercial grade air purifiers in action as a particle counter measures the airborne contaminants in the ambient air and watch the particle count drop as the air is cleaned.

The show, which celebrates the 35th anniversary of the association and serves as the annual conference, is the go-to venue for facility managers to network, collaborate and discuss the future of sustainable facility management.

PCAPPA 2015, Portland, OR, Oct. 11-13

PCAPPA 2015 is the premier event for education facility managers in the Pacific Coast region. At booth #16, learn how AeraMax Professional can help you deliver a cleaner facility and set students up for success!

For example, AeraMax Professional helped Hinsdale Middle School solve several independent air quality issues that spanned a science lab, art room and classroom.

ISSA/Interclean North America, Las Vegas, Oct. 20-23

Billed as “the one show for facility solutions,” ISSA/Interclean is the perfect chance to learn how improving indoor air quality makes facilities cleaner. AeraMax Professional will be located at booth #3767. As at the IFMA show, you can take a survey and register to win an AeraMax Professional. You can check out the particle counter in action as well.

At the show, the AeraMax Professional team will discuss the flu season special report as well as how to improve air quality in a variety of settings.