Cleaner Indoor Air for Commercial Spaces

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Indoor air quality is important for commercial spaces; find out how Blueair air purifiers can provide peace of mind to tenants, employees and more.

As more employees return to in-office settings, issues of safety are paramount. The need to purchase air purification systems is fueled by health concerns and, in some cases, regulations related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Building owners must be able to establish trust with tenants so that everyone feels safe in their spaces.

Air Quality Matters

The CDC reports that many Americans spend approximately 90 percent of their time indoors. The EPA found that the air inside an average building can be approximately five times more polluted than air outside. When you consider that the average office worker spends 40 hours per week in office buildings, the air quality of the commercial buildings where workers spend so much time can be an important component of employee health, mood, cognition, productivity and concentration.

In the U.S. alone, the savings and productivity gains from improved indoor environments are estimated at $25 billion to $150 billion per year, according to research published in Indoor Air. Clean air improves a commercial space for those who reside there – whether workers, tenants or guests.

Knowing What to Look For

Air quality is clearly top of mind when redesigning or retrofitting any commercial facility. Many air purifiers do little more than push dirty air through a filter. Blueair’s HEPASilentTM filtration technology combines mechanical and electrostatic filtration to capture and remove 99.97 percent of particles from indoor air down to .1 micron in size. By using a less dense filter that needs less air pressure than the usual HEPA filters for a more powerful, quiet and efficient purifier.*

Blueair is the only major air purifier brand to verify 100 percent of models for performance for Clean Air Delivery Rate, or CADR. Because Blueair air purifiers use less dense filter material, the air purifier fan can run at lower speeds, making a lot less noise while delivering a uniquely high flow of clean air. Running at lower speeds also uses a lot less energy. Blueair air purifiers are Energy Star certified, with many using less energy than a traditional lightbulb.**

Customizable to Your Commercial Real Estate Needs

From kitchens to conference rooms, Blueair offers an array of products that are customizable to fit your specific workplace needs. Blueair has in-house planning experts available to work with companies to help audit the needs of the workspace and create the best possible, customized solutions for each individual company.

Download the white paper to find out how to choose the best air purifier for your office space and how Blueair can provide a customized solution just for your company.

*HEPASilent™ technology provides a higher particle Clean Air Delivery Rate (pCADR) than conventional methods of only mechanical filtration (at a defined energy consumption and/or noise level). Particle CADR measures an air purifier’s delivery rate of particle free air (=”clean air”). The particle CADR tests are made according to GB/T18801-2015 standard on a particle size of below 0.3 micrometer.

** Models Classic 205/280i and Pro XL are no longer Energy Star Certified.

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