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Air Purifiers Can Improve Indoor Air Quality as Buildings Re-Open

Posted by Trendway Corporation on September 29, 2020


Global healthcare experts and virologists agree that airborne aerosol transmission of viruses poses a significant threat. 

The CDC recently published their guidance for office facilities looking to re-open to employees, which included the following statement:


“Consider using portable high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) fan/ filtration systems to help enhance air cleaning (especially in higher risk areas).”5

A proactive approach must consist of three essential components for protection against virus transmission in shared environments: washing your hands, disinfecting surfaces and cleaning the air.

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CLEANING THE AIR

The CDC and the American Society of Heating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRE) have recommended the use of air purifiers6 as one of the ways that businesses can reduce transmission of COVID-19 among workers.

Finally, commercial-grade air purifiers, like those from AeraMax Professional, actively remove indoor pollutants that have become airborne, effectively and efficiently providing a safer, healthier environment for your occupants. 

AeraMax Professional's commercial-grade air purifiers are workhorses and REMOVE up to 99.97% of airborne pollutants from indoor spaces. Their comprehensive hospital-like four-stage filtration system traps odors, bacteria, germs and other harmful pollutants like volatile organic compounds, providing cleaned, fresh air. In fact, these purifiers are the only solution proven in independent testing to capture the airborne flu virus.


WATCH THE AERAMAX PRO IN ACTION!



For maximum virus protection, add air purification to hand and surface hygiene practices. Special OMNIA Partners Pricing is available through Trendway.

 

Topics: Furniture, Office Furniture