Airborne Infectious Disease

The World Health Organization published an update saying that airborne transmission of the novel corona-virus is possible, especially in poorly ventilated buildings. Whether we assumed this […]

Do our products capture and kill viruses?

The simple and short answer is, YES! Although the common viral strands can be prevented with good basic hygiene practices (like washing your hands, sneezing or […]

Don’t get caught up in the gadgets and wrongfully marketed product information.

The COVID-19 crisis has put air quality front and center. Many companies are using this as an opportunity to create fear in others while pushing gizmos […]

Effects of Air Temperature and Relative Humidity on Coronavirus Survival on Surfaces.

The greatest level of virus inactivation took place at 50%RH. The lowest level of virus inactivation took place at 20%RH. Inactivation was more rapid at 20°C […]

Fresh air Ventilation, Should we all have it?

Every home needs ventilation. But when many people ventilate their homes, they’re rarely exchanging the old, stale air with fresh, filtered air from the outside. As […]

How does Temperature Affect the Spread of Viruses?

Ambient temperature can have a strong  influence on the activity and spread of  viruses. For example, other viruses that cause  respiratory infections often occur in the  […]

Indoor Air Quality

Building a new home or building is an exciting time for you and your family. From picking the right neighborhood to finalizing the blueprints, the process […]

MERV13 VS. our Disinfecting Filtration System

Doctors across the country are trusting us to keep employees and patients safe from ultra fine particles,airborne pathogens and viruses including COVID-19. Look to Indoor Air […]

Preventing Health Care-Acquired Infections with Proper Indoor Air Quality Management

Indoor air quality is an important requirement in all buildings, but it is especially critical for hospitals and health facilities. With poor ventilation and various microorganisms […]