A second pandemic relief bill totaling $900 billion includes funds for stimulus checks, enhanced unemployment benefits and small business loans. The new PPP relief package acknowledges the importance of cleaning the air indoors, which can be done by updating current HVAC systems and investing in portable air purifiers.
As air purifiers become more popular, other types of filtration technology have entered the market, all with different cleaning methods and levels of filtration. When evaluating these room air purifiers, it’s important to consider what you’re trying to filter out of your air, and which filters are the most effective for those elements.
With so many air purifiers on the market, the process of researching various brands can be daunting. Here are a few key things to consider when making your selection to help you find the right product...
When we say “cleanroom-quality air,” that means that the air produced is as clean and devoid of particles as the air in the ISO Class 1 level of cleanroom certification. But what does it mean to have this air in hotels, office buildings, or even your school?
Thanks to the growing availability of portable air purifiers, there are tools that can help remove dangerous particles in the air during and even sometimes in the days or weeks after a natural disaster. Below are some examples of natural disasters and the effects that they can have on air quality, and how a portable air purifier can help eliminate these particles from the air.
Celios’ G200 Advanced Air Purifier has demonstrated unmatched performance capturing ultrafine airborne particles. The independent testing at leading laboratories confirmed the portable unit’s filtration technology is up to 3,000 times more efficient than HEPA standards, and can filter particles down to 10 nanometers in size.