The global crisis has had drastic impact on the way we perceive our buildings health and safety. i2M and qlair have partnered to assist businesses during this global pandemic. During a time of reopening after the impact of COVID-19, we hope to provide the confidence that your indoor air is healthy and clean.
Hospital grade, portable, lightweight clean air machine provides a high level of filtration and purification in 3 steps:
1. MERV 8 pre-filtration
2. HEPA filtration with removal efficiency of 99.97% for particle size < 0.3 micron
3. UV disinfection
Do you know which parameters are important amid the global COVID-19 pandemic? Of course high-touched surfaces but also air quality parameters such as:
- Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
- Particulate Matter (PM2.5)
- Relative Humidity (RH)
Building management standards like ASHRAE and Health officials from CDC recommends to exchange the air in a space every 10 min to reduce the risk of virus spread. this means 6 air exchange per hour. CO2 level is an indication of lack of fresh air per induvial person in a closed space. It is recommended to keep the CO2 level below 800 ppm to reduce the risk of virus spread.
Keeping a safe indoor air quality at all time is as important as social distancing and wearing masks. More people in the room requires more air exchanges per hour and this can increase the cost of energy. By continuous monitoring the CO2 level you can optimize the capacity of every room.
Another important factor to monitor is PM2.5 level as noted here by Harvard University: https://projects.iq.harvard.edu/covid-pm/home
It is recommended to keep the PM2.5 level below 10ug/m3. Continuous monitoring will allow you to adjust the ventilation system to its optimum level to provide a safe indoor environment for your staff and customers.
Install certified sensors throughout your facility to track harmful pollutants and gather valuable data.
- Analyze your indoor and outdoor air quality over time
- Assess ventilation in critical areas of your facility.
Indoor Air Quality Monitoring
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Tracks harmful pollutants in your space to reduce risk of virus spread. Industry standard recommended levels are:
▪ Humidity level should be kept between 40-60%
▪ Fine dust (PM2.5) level should be below 10ug/m3
▪ Carbon Dioxide (CO2) level higher than 800 ppm can be indication of the lack of fresh air
▪ Peaks of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) can be indication of surface disinfections
Improper environmental control such as humidity and airborne particles have been shown to increase the risk of virus spread. We help you prepare your building for reopening by providing CLEAN AND SAFE INDOOR AIR.