The AirPro series has been designed for use in both domestic and commercial settings.
Cleaning indoor air pollution is a much easier solution and improving air quality in buildings.
Our air cleaning technology is designed to be integrated into new and existing street furniture and city infrastructure.
Treating pollution at source. Installing efficient air cleaning technologies within the kitchens is the best option.
Our supplier holds the exclusive worldwide license for a technology for removing industrial pollutants and odours.
Cleaning Outdoor Air Pollution
The Challenge of Solving Outdoor Air Pollution
The greatest problem in trying to tackle airborne pollution and particulate matter in the air we breathe is that it is a moving problem that crosses boundaries away from where it is produced into entirely different areas depending on the prevailing winds. Most Governments, Municipalities and Councils seem to focus on Urban traffic management to reduce the problem when, in reality, the research indicates a far greater problem of Trans-boundary pollution in city centres rather than traffic sourced particulates. Trans-boundary pollution equates to 70% of recorded inner-city pollution, particulates from surrounding rural and other production areas. Of the 30% inner city sourced pollution some 40% of that is shown to be traffic based. About 12% of the total figure. So, by concentrating on vehicle produced pollution even halving the problem will reduce the overall effect by only 6%. What about the other 94% and what can be done about that?
Our strategy to deal with that 94% is to create small “micro-environments” of clean air in areas where people congregate or socialise or use as thoroughfares. By using our highly efficient air cleaning technology we can integrate in new and existing street furniture and city infrastructures without demanding new space which is not readily available on our packed streets. The PureAire technology used produces the cleanest air for the lowest expenditure and running cost.
Cleaning Indoor Air Pollution
Cleaning indoor air pollution is a much easier solution and improving air quality in buildings can be achieved in several different ways including free-standing moveable units to cover smaller rooms to larger systems integrated into the ventilation systems of larger office buildings.
Inside the home – Studies have highlighted the serious risk to health that poor air quality inside buildings poses, often twice and even up to five times the level of pollution of outside due to pollution being trapped within the confines of the building. Opening windows or turning ventilation on is not always an option either because of the risk of bringing more external pollution inside, and since we spend nearly 90% of our time in buildings every day the problem of indoor air quality cannot be ignored particularly where symptoms of ailments are exacerbated.
Inside workplaces – Larger premises and facilities like shopping centres, hotels, offices, hospitals etc tend to circulate and recirculate air inside these premises using centralised ventilation systems pushing the air through a system of pipes and vents. These Air Handling Units and HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) units, when used in sealed buildings, recirculate the combination of both the Oxygen AND the build-up of Carbon Dioxide, often leading to a drowsiness and a drop in productivity due to the increase in CO2