Offices, conference centers
& schools

In shared spaces like offices, conference centers and schools there are many challenges regarding air quality. One important source of air pollution is the people themselves and the different particles they carry with them: viruses, bacteria, and allergens from pets for example. The building and its equipment can also affect the air quality: outdated ventilation systems, mold, and off-gassing from carpets, cleaning chemicals and paint. In addition, outdoor contaminants like pollen and combustion particles and gases from traffic often find their way into these premises and accumulate. Finally, smokers can be found in offices and conference centers. For all these indoor air-related challenges, we have solutions.

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Challenges

The spread of diseases like COVID-19, flus and colds is common in both offices and schools, leading to absence and lower performance. Offices and conference centers, which have partly been closed during the COVID-19 pandemic, are dependent on visitors feeling safe and secure. Office workers and students frequently complain about poor indoor air quality, according to surveys by for example BESA and AMI Environmental. A Harvard study shows that indoor air quality acutely impacts people's cognitive functions like response times, ability to focus and productivity. In facilities like schools, offices, and conference centers, the ventilation system cannot always maintain clean healthy air. Both office workers and students frequently complain about poor indoor air quality, according to surveys by for example BESA and AMI Environmental. A Harvard study shows that indoor air quality acutely impacts people’s cognitive functions like response times, ability to focus and productivity. Allergy and asthma problems are made worse with bad indoor quality and besides short-term absence and productivity loss, it can lead to long-term health issues and setbacks in the development of students. The spread of diseases like COVID-19, flus and colds is common in offices and schools, leading to absence and lower performance. Offices and conference centers are dependent on visitors being healthy and feeling safe and secure, which is why it is important to take control over the indoor air.

Viruses & bacteria
Mold
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Solutions

The freestanding air cleaner FS 70 HEPA, developed during the COVID-19 pandemic in close collaboration with the Karolinska University Hospital, are specifically designed to reduce the levels of viruses in the air. Equipped with certified HEPA 14 filters, they have demonstrated a filtering performance of more than 99.995% particle reduction in third-party tests. If you have problems with pollen, mold, combustion particles, and other outdoor pollution. We also have air cleaners equipped with carbon filters that target gases and odors depending on your specific problem.

Safer
environment

Healthier
people

Increased
productivity

More attractive
spaces

The QleanAir
Difference

We deliver our solutions hassle-free as a service. We take care of installation, service, upgrades, ensure compliance to regulations, and future-proof the solution. We deliver the freedom of clean air – so you can focus on what really matters.

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