Fresh, clean air is something that's easy to take for granted. It's also something that goes a long way toward creating a comfortable indoor environment in a commercial setting. If you have an obvious issue with exposure to odors, chemicals or other factors that compromise air quality, you might already been looking for a commercial air purifier. However, you might not even realize the ways in which your indoor environment is hazardous to health and property — and how an office air purifier can help. Find out 10 compelling reasons you should consider a commercial air cleaner for your business.
1). Improving the indoor environment is important.
Does something just not smell or feel right about the air in your office? Even if the aesthetics of your workplace look great and your service is top notch, your business can suffer if the indoor environment is unpleasant for workers, clients or other visitors due various issues, including smoke, odors, allergens, chemicals, bacteria and more.
The Airpura R600 is an all-purpose office air purifier that uses a carbon and HEPA filter process for clean indoor air.
2). Protecting the health of workers — and others — is a priority.
Any number of factors can compromise the quality of indoor air from a health perspective. Smoke, allergens and even certain odors can worsen the symptoms allergies, asthma and other respiratory ailments (more on these later). Ensuring the health of your workforce means maintaining productivity and protecting your bottom line.
3) You want to stamp out smoke.
The negative impact of tobacco and other kinds of smoke — such as wildfire or other burning processes — are well known. Not only does it pose a danger to health, smoke smells unpleasant, creates a foggy atmosphere and damages property and furniture over time. Property damage is another threat to your bottom line and a commercial air purifier can help.
The PR6 is an office air purifier that targets the tar and nicotine in tobacco smoke and has an aesthetically pleasing cabinet design to boot.
4). You don't want to aggravate asthma.
One in twelve people suffer from asthma and cost about $56 million in medical bills, lost school and work days, and early deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control. The number of people affected by asthma continues to grow. Numerous things can trigger asthma, including dust mites, pollen, mold, animal dander, pest droppings. Even fumes and strong odors can have an impact. All get circulated in the air, and reduce the quality of your indoor environment.
The IQAir HealthPro Plus Air Purifier is recommended for asthma sufferers.
5) Allergies are a concern.
Like asthma, allergies can compromise an office environment for many people. Researchers estimate 50 million people in America have allergies, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. Allergies are also on the rise, and the number 6 cause of chronic illness in the U.S. This means that an office air purifier can make a big difference for the health and productivity of workers.
The Boneco P500 Allergy Air Cleaner is a great choice of office air purifier for those with allergies, as well as those with asthma or other respiratory conditions.
6). You need to keep smells to a minimum.
If the odors in your office make people grab their noses, you might be in desperate need of something to improve your indoor environment. Smells are just part of some commercial environments — it's just the nature of work done there. If cooking smells, pet odors or smoke, for example, are byproducts of your business, an office air purifier might make sense. Indoor air with minimal odors makes your customers want to stay longer, and your workplace more pleasant for you and your employees.
The Airpura C600 is one model that can help clear the air of unwanted odors.
7.) Dust and particles are a part of your business.
Just like odors plague certain kind of commercial enterprises, the natural byproduct of many industries is dust and debris. Besides, health issues, dust and debris can cause damage to property over time. Manufacturing, construction and other trades can benefit from a commercial air purifier.
The DesignAir Portable Electronic Air Cleaner is a multi-faceted unit that targets dust, along with pollens, animal dander, smoke, airborne particles, gases and odors.
8). You do restoration work.
Is your "office" other people's homes and buildings in need of remediation or restoration work? If so, you know that flooding and water damage mean musty odors and poor indoor air quality. An air purifier can be essential during the restoration process, and even during construction jobs to deter dust and debris.
The CleanSheild 550 Air Scrubber, for example, is a portable model that is manufactured to combat mold, fungi and more during the restoration or construction process.
9). Your business focuses on health and wellness.
Your business and clients prioritize their health, whether you are in the medical profession or another wellness field. That means they expect a clean, fresh, sterile air that is free of germs, bacteria and other pathogens. You want to ensure the indoor environment doesn't aggravate allergies, asthma or other respiratory conditions, or spread illness.
The Airpura UV600 is a top model for hospitals, clinics and other health facilities.
10). You are in the spa or beauty industry.
Self-care companies are another sector in which a clean indoor environment is essential. You want your workers and customers to have a healthy, comfortable and enjoyable experience at your business — and you want your customers to come back again and again. Tanning salons, nail salons and other beauty businesses benefit from air purification products, including some made for very specific purposes.
No matter what your business, Pure n Natural offers free consultations on office air purifier needs.