IQAir's vision is to assist people in living longer, healthier and more productive lives by helping them breathe the cleanest, healthiest air possible.
The new HealthPro Plus offers up to 25% more clean air, 38% longer filter life and 32% less noise which makes it the #1 rated room air purifier for allergies & asthma.
At the heart of this revolutionary system is the exclusive IQAir HyperHEPA filtration technology that effectively traps particles of all sizes. That includes viruses, pet dander, dust mites, other allergens and even cigarette smoke. While ordinary air cleaners are only tested for the largest 10% of particles, IQAir’s HyperHEPA filtration is tested and certified to filter 99.5% of all particles down to 0.003 microns.
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IQAir can help make your guests feel at home with clean air. In recent years, the hospitality industry has dramatically improved its awareness of air quality issues that have a direct impact on guest comfort and health. More customers today are sensitive to poor air quality in hotels. Often the first cause of concern is odors from cleaning agents, tobacco smoke or water damage or renovation. In addition, a growing number of customers are looking for hotel accommodations that cater to their need for an allergy- or asthma-friendly environment.
IQAir has the ability to assist the hospitality industry with particular air quality problems or a desire for preventive actions by providing state-of-the-art air cleaning solutions that are scientifically validated. Whether a problem stems from polluted outdoor air or from a particular chemical substance released by indoor materials, IQAir is able to offer solutions that address the particular concern at hand and fit the budget and other practical requirements of the hotel.
The indoor air quality in a Senior Living facility is subject to many of the same challenges as a home or business in the same geographic area. Outdoor air pollution drifts indoors and thus becomes indoor air pollution. As a result, the air quality in facilities near freeways or other sources of air pollution will reflect the poor air quality outdoors. This can cause discomfort for patients, especially those who are suffering from respiratory conditions such as allergies or asthma.
The improvement of air quality in Senior Living facilities is a vital constituent of modern airborne hygiene procedures. It is also of importance with regard to occupational health and safety requirements in medical institutions. Air cleaning provides a healthier and more pleasant environment for residents, staff and visitors.
Creating and maintaining healthful air quality in schools presents a unique challenge. A complex mix of indoor and outdoor air pollutants can compromise the learning environment and cause concern about the health and comfort of students and staff. IQAir has extensive experience in providing schools with effective air cleaning solutions to address a wide variety of air pollution issues.
Children are particularly vulnerable to toxic air contaminants. Not only are their breathing rates higher in relation to their body weight, their lung development is directly affected by air pollution. Exposure to polluted air during these developing years leads to decreased respiratory function later in life. Increasing reports of asthma, which is one of the leading causes of absenteeism among school age children, have been directly linked to elevated air pollution exposure. Recent data also suggest that poor indoor air quality may directly reduce a person's ability to perform specific mental tasks requiring concentration, calculation or memory.
The indoor air quality in a doctor’s office is subject to many of the same challenges as a home or business in the same geographic area. Outdoor air pollution drifts indoors and thus becomes indoor air pollution. As a result, the air quality in doctors’ offices near freeways or other sources of air pollution will reflect the poor air quality outdoors. This can cause discomfort for patients, especially those who are suffering from respiratory conditions such as allergies or asthma.
In addition, doctors' offices and waiting rooms can experience higher levels of airborne viruses, bacteria and other contaminants as a result of many patients waiting or in consultation. Because patients with immunocompromised systems are often present, extra care must be given to protecting their health by creating and maintaining a high level of indoor air quality.