The World Health Organization and the CDC
have both recommended HEPA air filtration to reduce the risk of COVID-1 9 indoors.
In July 2020, the World Health Organization confirmed the risk of airborne transmission for COVID-19 is much higher than previously thought. Following this announcement, the Center for Disease Control recommends increasing ventilation and the use of HEPA air filtration in indoor spaces.
Indoor environments can be difficult to ventilate. Modern buildings are often sealed shut, with no option to open a window. Older buildings with outdated HVAC systems do not provide adequate ventilation or filtration. Using a portable HEPA air purifier is a cost-effective way to ensure contaminants are removed from the air.
Over the last 30 years, we have worked with the US Government, FEMA and the American Red Cross during some of America’s most difficult times, including 9-11, Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Sandy, the 2015 SoCal gas leak and in recent years, as we experienced the worst wildfires on record.
Our units have also been used in a number of clinical trials, working with the country’s leading hospitals and universities.
Today, as we face unprecedented challenges with COVID-19, we can help you create an indoor environment that is clean, safe and free from contaminants.
Clean Air is essential for a healthy home or office. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, most “indoor environments” have up to 100 times more pollutants than outdoor air.