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Improve air quality with air purifiers with high HEPA ratings and breathe clean air. Filter out solid contaminates, break down VOCs and neutralise all living harmful microbes - including viruses, moulds and bacteria. For your place of work or study, make an air purifier part of your safe cleaning strategy.
Indoors, we’re exposed to hundreds of different contaminants in three categories:
Particulate matter A mixture of solid and liquid particles, which includes dust, dirt, soot, smoke, and drops of liquid. The source of particulate matter can include manufacturing or construction activity, vehicle exhausts and other mechanical activity.
Most hazardous are particles smaller than 10 microns.
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) VOCs (volatile organic compounds), are a group of gaseous contaminants emitted from solids and liquids. General sources of VOCs are a wide range of regularly used products such as; paints, cleaning detergents, building materials, cosmetic products and pesticides. As well as food odours, sewer odours and many other noxious odours.
Microbiological contamination These are mainly bacteria, viruses, spores and moulds. Sources are numerous; humans, heating and air conditioning systems, waste containers, pets, kitchens, and hazardous microbes in medical environments.
UVC & UVA Filtration & Sanitisation (Photocatalytic Oxidisation - PCO)
Removes: completely destroys micro-organisms, viruses, bacteria, mould and VOCs. Helps to disinfect the air to prevent spread of illness.
Does Not Remove: allergens such as dust, or larger solid airborne particulates so it is not ideal on its own and should be used in combination with HEPA & activated carbon filters.
HEPA Filters (High Efficiency Particulate Absorbing Filter)
Removes: particles such as bacteria, viruses, dust mites & their waste, mould spores, pollen, dust, and visible smoke particles. HEPA filters capture these particles but do not destroy the particles – only capture in the filter. Filters require changing periodically.
Does Not Remove: Vapours or gases such as chemical fumes, odours, organic & animal odours, noxious gases, vapour based volatile organic compounds (VOC’s).
Activated Carbon Filters
Removes: Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), chemical fumes, gases, smoke odours, VOCs from regularly used products such as; paints, cleaning detergents, building materials, cosmetic products and pesticides. As well as food odours, sewer odours and many other noxious odours.
Activated Carbon does not remove much more than the above gaseous elements and odours so it should be used in combination with other filter technologies such as True HEPA.
Does Not Remove: bacteria, viruses, pollens, mould spores, dust mite, dust.
Size: Area size and how many areas in my organisation: This matters, air purifiers are often rated to a cleaning capacity per metre square/per hour. However, you also need to take into consideration high ceilings which would increase the total area in cubic metres.
Environmental circumstances: how many people typically use the space? Is it a high traffic area i.e. general public or staff? What is the environment i.e. medical, food, office, education, sporting facility? Do I need to consider the noise level of an Air Purifier?
Organisation’s goals: what is the purpose or work safety plan of my organisation? i.e. targeting some, one or all of the following; viruses, odours, mould, dust. Remember, not all Air purifiers do the same job.
Budget: am I a small business, government or large corporation, what budget constraints do I have or do I need to adhere to procurement processes?
hospitality and leisure industry (e.g. restaurants, front of office)
health industry (e.g. hospitals, elderly homes, waiting rooms)
offices (e.g. meeting rooms, office spaces, shared staff rooms i.e. kitchen)
schools (e.g. class rooms, offices)
residential (e.g. house, flat, unit)
Commonly used on fire & flood restoration jobs by professional restorers where airborne contaminants are present or will be created/disturbed during the restoration process, such as mould, dust, fumes, etc
So you’ve got some ideas now on what your organisation may need or a better understanding of where your organisation’s needs fit.
James, our technician can come to your organisation to meet with you and do a no obligation assessment onsite. We always encourage this as having an expert in the field;
takes out the guesswork
ensures you are provided with the most optimal options
offers a face to face technical support approach which gives you the opportunity to ask questions right there on the spot
sets up a rapport for us to get to know you and your organisation and how we can support you better at time of setup and maintenance (filter changes. test & tag).