What Does it Mean to Have Clean Air?
The quality of the air we breathe directly impacts our health, productivity, and overall well-being. But for commercial facilities such as schools, hospitals, professional office buildings, and others, a clean air environment also fosters trust. It protects guests, clients, and staff from airborne illnesses, allergens, and contaminants, maintaining operational uptime where less equipped spaces would see setbacks.
A dedication to improving air quality is a reflection of those accountable for the occupants of their indoor commercial space.
That’s why commercial building owners choose AirBox.
What is Clean Air?
Clean air refers to atmospheric conditions devoid of harmful concentrations of pollutants, including particulates and chemicals. Such air is conducive for human respiration and poses no health risks. In contrast, polluted or ‘dirty’ air contains elevated levels of contaminants that can adversely affect human health, especially in vulnerable populations such as individuals with respiratory conditions and children engaged in outdoor activities.
Monitoring and maintaining air quality is essential for public health, and agencies like the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) research and put forth new standards that air cleaning technology must abide by
AirBox is at the forefront of crafting precision engineered air cleaning systems that follow ASHRAE 241 specifications.
Improve Indoor Air Quality with Airbox
At AirBox, our American-made commercial air purifiers offer a scientifically backed solution to improving air quality for indoor commercial spaces, eliminating 99.9% of harmful airborne pollutants and granting your building all the operational benefits of safe, clean air.