School Air Safety announced the launch of an updated range of air filtration systems for schools. The lightweight and ultra-quiet portable HEPA air purifiers reduce the spread of airborne pathogens.
More information is available at https://safeairforschools.com
The newly announced devices help schools provide effective air quality for a safer, healthier, and more productive environment for children, teachers, and staff.
Aerosolized particles are among the most common transmitters of viruses. Virus droplets generated by sneezing or coughing remain airborne for hours. As a result, poor ventilation and air quality significantly increase infection risk in schools.
During the current pandemic, necessary steps should be taken to ensure adequate ventilation and air quality in schools. This will not only reduce health risks for the children and staff, but also for the parents and grandparents, who may be at a higher risk of complications from an infection.
High-Efficiency Particulate Air, or HEPA air purifiers offered by School Air Safety reduce the number of pathogens in the air, including airborne mold, bacteria, and viruses. The system meets the government-recommended ventilation rates – 5 to 6 air changes per hour – for schools.
Each of their lightweight and compact air filtration units provides up to 3,000 square feet of protection from harmful particulates. It is recommended that an air filtration unit is placed in each classroom for optimum results. The devices use disposable 4-layer filters which remove toxic and gaseous pollutants from the air.
Their low noise level of 33 dB makes them very convenient for schools and ensures they do not disruptions in the classroom. HEPA air purifiers are ETL and Energy Star certified and backed by a five-year warranty.
School Air Safety will ensure that the air filtration units are delivered safely to the campus, and will walk school staff through the setup process. More details are available at https://www.facebook.com/Safe-Air-For-Schools-102256168561702
“Infection control was likely not considered a priority when the HVAC systems in most schools were designed,” said a company representative. “However, when properly configured, it can lead to significant reductions in the spread of airborne pathogens.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://safeairforschools.com
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