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As populations age, assisted living facilities play a more dominant role in providing healthcare. These centers often house elders with weakened or compromised immune systems—which means they’re more susceptible to germs and viruses in the air. Constant visitor traffic to your facility means even more chances that contagions will be brought in from the outside. For elders, that’s bad.
But here’s the good. Our complete line of commercial-grade air purifiers removes airborne germs, allergens and odors, resulting in a healthier environment for caregivers, staff, patients and visitors alike.
Here are just a few of the places AeraMax Professional can make an immediate impact in assisted living facilities:
These areas, like TV or game rooms, are great places for residents to socialize. The problem, however, is that the close proximity of people in these rooms means the exchange of germs. Fortunately, AeraMax Professional removes up to 99.9% of airborne contaminants – including the influenza virus.
Shared eating areas are a haven for odors and germs. Given that dining areas are sometimes also congregation spots for visitors, it’s important to eliminate odors to maintain positive impressions among residents and loved ones. Good thing AeraMax Professional air purifiers detect and automatically remove odors.
The Assisted Living Federation of America encourages prospective residents and families to choose facilities that are “clean and free of odors” when selecting a community. AeraMax Professional’s carbon filtration not only eliminates odors in areas like shared restrooms, but also uses true HEPA filtration to eliminate the spread of germs and viruses.
AeraMax Professional is the first commercial-grade air purifier to earn asthma & allergy friendly™ Certification from the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA). It’s awarded to products that have been scientifically proven to reduce allergens.
Our air purifiers eliminated airborne concentrations of influenza A aerosol in a test chamber, reaching 100% virus reduction within the first 35 minutes of operation.