Get Healthier Indoor Air
Right now, the world is more focused than ever on ways to slow and prevent the spread of disease. When you look around your business, you probably don’t see anything unusual. But according to the EPA, you may be surrounded by higher counts of many airborne pollutants than you would be exposed to outside.1
Clearing the Air
It’s important to support the health and comfort of your small business, office work space or medical practice. Regularly cleaning and disinfecting surfaces is an important step, but one often overlooked aspect of a business’s health and comfort is its air quality.
Proactively addressing potential air quality issues can result in cleaner air and more comfortable living. There are multiple factors that may affect the air quality of your business
- Indoor particulate matter consists of the visible and invisible airborne particles in the air that can enter your nose and lungs, some triggering allergies, asthma and other potential health problems.
- Carbon monoxide, sometimes called the “silent killer,” is a colorless, odorless gas that can build up to dangerous levels if not properly ventilated, causing headaches, drowsiness and, in some cases, death.
- Volatile organic compounds are emitted by everything from cleaning solutions and paint to new furniture and. These compounds can have an adverse impact on your short- and long-term health, so proper ventilation is essential.
- The level of air pollution in your community can affect your indoor air quality since opening a door or window brings that air indoors.
Consider a High-Efficiency Filtration System
With the Carrier OptiClean™ air scrubber, your customers or patients can relax knowing you care about the air they breathe. With more than a century of expertise in indoor environments, we have developed a solution to actively help improve the air quality in your office.
This portable air scrubber easily rolls into any room and plugs into a standard electrical outlet, so you can immediately start enjoying its capabilities. Provide your employees and customers with cleaner and healthier air in rooms up to 1,500 square feet.
2 High Efficiency Particulate Air
3 A micron is a unit of length equal to one millionth of a meter. The influenza virus, for example, is as small as 10 microns (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2135376/)