Gases & odors
Gases and odors are air quality challenges that affect a wide variety of different types of facilities. Gyms, schools, offices, and healthcare facilities might for example have problems regarding odors due to human activity in the facility, but they might also struggle with off-gassing and radon gases. Production facilities often also have poor indoor air quality due to off-gassing, as well as combustion gases, and indoor smoke. These types of challenges increase the risk of health problems for those residing inside the facility and might also negatively affect products and customer satisfaction.
There are many types of businesses that suffer from poor air quality related to gases and odors. In gyms, schools, offices, production facilities, and healthcare facilities, the indoor air can often be contaminated by odors from the people using the facility. Odors can also be a sign of more serious concerns, such as off-gassing. Off-gassing occurs when newly manufactured items like paints, carpets, flooring, certain textile treatments, mattresses, furniture, and cabinets release volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Some of these VOCs, such as benzene and toluene can be toxic and cause serious health issues.
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By using our air cleaners equipped with a carbon filter, you can improve the indoor air quality in your facilities, creating a cleaner and safer environment for the people who stay in the facilities. By reducing the odors and gases contaminating the air, you decrease the risk of people suffering from serious health issues due to contaminated air, which in turn increases productivity. It also creates a more pleasant environment, making your business more attractive and positively affecting business long term.
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