Business Wellness IAQ
Best Industry Standard Indoor Air Filtration/Purification Technologies
Restore customer & employee confidence and keep them safe with our full-service indoor air quality management system.
Our Platforms are revolutionizing how customers collect, analyze, and visualize IAQ data in real-time while reducing operating costs, improving environmental quality, and achieving sustainability.
Our comprehensive Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) monitoring and management system incorporates patented and proven EPA, FDA, and ASHRAE solutions and features antimicrobial technology that is proven to eliminate 99.9% of microbial germs on surfaces and in the air.
Our Platform combines the antimicrobial air cleaning strength of polarized filtration and world-class UV-C technology with a proprietary collection of IAQ sensors, which collect, monitor, track, and report data in real-time so you can prove to guests that your air is safe to breathe while saving money on your bottom-line.
Data Analytics/Readily Available Data Analytics for Facility Managers
Manage HVAC costs, maintain accurate records, and respond to unexpected events while easily adapting to the diverse requirements of the built environment.
As the world returns to life post-pandemic, scientists and experts are now pushing for more stringent regulations in how businesses and building owners combat indoor air pathogens.
Even as the focus shifts away from SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes the COVID-19 disease, the next public health threat could be lingering right around the corner.
Respiratory illness such as influenza, the common cold, bronchitis, and streptococcus are still a high-risk threat.
Allergens such as dust mites, pollen, mold spores, and particles, or exposure to smoke, chemicals, or other types of air pollution can trigger and heighten the risk factor for chronic illnesses such as asthma.
Employees, customers, vendors, and other occupants are now looking to businesses to put their health and well-being first.
Even with the installation of upgraded filtration and ultraviolet lighting systems, how do you know your surface and air protocols are working?
Regulatory Compliance Made Easy for Facility Engineers
Analyze the status of your building environment and receive real time notification of potential issues to your mobile device or with the push of a button and know where your properties is at all times with our IAQ data analytics.
We have a team of experienced subject matter experts who provide enterprise-level businesses and facilities with environmental health & safety solutions for their customers, employees, and building occupants.
As everyone rushes to incorporate solutions and protective measures, now more than ever, is it vital to deal with experts in this industry you can trust.
Ultra Violet Germicidal Irradiaition for HVAC Systems
Reduce the Potential for Airborne Transmission of Indoor Air Pathogens in Your HVAC System.
For years, scientists have known germicidal UV-C disinfection as an effective method for disinfecting air, water, and nonporous surfaces. UVGI systems have been widely used since the 1980s to control tuberculosis (TB).
By itself, air filtration is not enough to protect people from exposure to viruses, including SARS-CoV-2, which causes the disease Covid-19. Based on preexisting data from other human coronaviruses, UVGI systems that are designed to control UV should be equally effective at inactivating and reducing the spread of SARS-CoV-2.
When you combine proper HVAC filtration with other best practices, such as UVGI, you can reduce the potential for airborne transmission of indoor air pathogens in your HVAC system. With that in mind, it is important to consider that most UVGI systems generally require multiple UV fixtures to be effective.
As air passes over wet coils, contaminants such as dirt, microbes, and particulates stick to their surfaces. This buildup creates an ideal setting for mold, bacteria, and viruses to thrive and spread through the air.
Contaminants that are in constant contact with UV-C rays kill the biofilm and organisms that collect on HVAC coils by penetrating their cell walls, preventing them from re-entering the air. SARS-CoV-2 is very sensitive to UVC energy and only requires a very low dosage to kill the virus.