Claim up to £2,500 with the Business Ventilation Fund
Posted On: January 24, 2022 | Posted By Thomas Miller
The Business Ventilation Fund has been introduced to help small and medium sized businesses in Scotland to improve their ventilation and reduce the spread of Covid-19. Further details regarding the funding, eligible businesses and how they can claim is available to view here. Fellowes AeraMax Pro AM3 and AM4 air purifiers have been proven […]
Once again, proof of AeraMax Pro effectiveness
Posted On: November 26, 2021 | Posted By Thomas Miller
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, […]
Certified to remove 99.9% of Airborne Coronavirus and H1N1 Flu
Posted On: April 6, 2021 | Posted By Thomas Miller
AeraMax Pro air purifiers have shown a 99.99% airborne reduction of a coronavirus surrogate within 60 minutes of operation. With the recent, intensified focus on the reduction of airborne transmission of viruses, a number of worldwide bodies including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and ASHRAE, as well as ‘healthy building’ scientific advocates, have recommended that portable air cleaners using HEPA filtration can help in the protection against SARS-Cov-2. […]
What is a HEPA air filter, anyway?
Posted On: August 5, 2016 | Posted By Mike Booth
To facility managers, HEPA is a common phrase, but to the rest of the world it’s just a buzzword. The hype surrounding high-efficiency particulate arrestance (HEPA) filters is real, but how do these filters actually function? We have all the facts about air filtration for facility managers and indoor air quality enthusiasts alike.
Harvard Research into Indoor Air Quality and Workplace Productivity
Posted On: May 25, 2016 | Posted By Mike Booth
Can indoor air quality make people more productive? Research from Harvard University’s Healthy Buildings Program says yes. In a study, researchers analyzed worker concentration and cognitive ability using various environmental scenarios, altering indoor air quality in a controlled lab setting. In one setting, the researchers lowered carbon dioxide levels, boosted ventilation , and removed toxic […]