Indoor Air Quality

We all have the right to breathe clean air.

90% of our time is spent indoors. So the quality of our buildings has a real impact on our health. By improving your indoor air quality you can significantly improve the wellness of your employees, increase productivity and reduce sickness. Our standalone and retrofit solutions can help you achieve a happier and healthier environment whilst business owners can see the benefit of ongoing cost savings.

Poor ventilation and air filtration can lead to the build up of carbon dioxide, humidity and inadequate temperature control as well as airborne pollutants, odour and the spread of infection. This results in health hazards and an increase in employee sickness which costs UK businesses around £77 billion in lost productivity each year.

We can help you to monitor and analyse indoor air quality and optimise your building ventilation system to allow everyone to enjoy cleaner, safer air. We use state-of-the-art air quality sensors and software analysis and by monitoring the air that we breathe, we can advise on the most appropriate solution whether service improvement, traditional filtration or the latest UVGI technology. Our solutions can be used in a number of settings, whether it’s a classroom, office or hospital.

Our research-led approach has seen us develop highly effective solutions to monitor and treat the air and protect the ‘lungs of the building’.

Beyond having truly fresh air, improving indoor air quality offers a range of benefits. These include better staff health and fewer sick days, improving productivity for your business. Our air cleaning products contain UVC light which is lethal to micro-organisms and prevents biofilm growth on heat exchange coils, keeping air handling units, fan coil units and ducts clean, reducing the need for manual cleaning and saving costs in the long term.

Contact us to find out how we can provide better indoor air quality in your business.

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AirKlean UVGI

AirKlean UVGI is a 24/7 plug-in solution that provides constant clean air through UVC disinfection.

The high-intensity 95W UVC lamps inactivate airborne microbes such as bacteria, viruses, mould and spores, and can be wall or ceiling mounted.

The standalone solution is ideal for confined spaces. From meeting rooms and hospital wards to classrooms and food production spaces.

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Employee sickness costs UK businesses around £77 billion in lost productivity each year, and poor air quality is the largest environmental risk to public health.

We’ve been at the forefront of indoor air quality solutions since 2008 and know all too well how indoor air quality is a vital component of a productive, successful company and workplace.

Read our white paper, ‘How indoor air quality can contribute to a happy, healthy and more productive workforce‘, created by our Founder and Technical Director, Dr David Glover.

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