If you are thinking about investing in air purifiers for your business, we want to help you navigate the application and explain the 2021 Paycheck Protection Program in simple terms. Here’s our take on how you can use funds to invest in air purification technologies.
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With so many air purification devices on the market and various buzzwords floating around, such as particulate matter and HEPA, it can be tough to keep everything straight. To help, we want to clear up any unanswered questions you might have around the G200 Advanced Air Purifier.
Not all air purifiers are created equal, and when considering which type of technology should go in your school, office, or small business, it’s important to consider what you’re trying to keep out. While talking about the difference between a 10 nanometer particle and a 300 nanometer particle may seem inconsequential, it can make a huge difference in the quality of the air you’re producing and ultimately breathing.
Did you know that particle size matters when it comes to air quality? Particles floating around in the air include allergens, pollen, mold spores, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), bacteria, and viruses, and can be harmful to a person’s health if they enter the lungs.