Opening windows has proven to be a simple and effective form of ventilation – something that every establishment considers for smooth operations. But Catherine Noakes, professor of environmental engineering for buildings at the University of Leeds, says that it is “probably the most viable short-term option” for schools. This is especially true in a country like ours where opening windows hinders the process of learning due to noise and humidity. On the other hand, spending long hours within enclosed, crowded environments can take a toll on a student’s well-being. Besides that, microbiological pollutants like the virus continue to pose a threat to the children making their health vulnerable.
Focusing on the root cause - poor indoor air quality - can help with its mitigation.
Clean, healthy air has become a necessity in light of the pandemic and poor IAQ causes illnesses in unseen ways. This is rightly pointed out by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America who state that poor IAQ is a cause of concern for those with asthma and allergies since indoor triggers increase the risk of severe asthma attacks and allergic reactions. Other studies have also revealed that poor indoor air quality affects several aspects of a child’s development like verbal, motor, behavioural and perceptual disabilities.
This can be changed with robust air filtration solutions that take care of any IAQ related concerns in educational establishments – something that Spectrum Filtration can guarantee with its effective range of air purifiers.
Educational Institutions Need to Prioritize IAQ
Even as online education seems to be holding its own, it is not a sustainable model of education due to a variety of factors: lack of personal interaction, insufficient bandwidth, absence of a controlled, structured environment among several.
Optimum learning tends to take place in the classroom and a return to school should be the way forward. But wearing a mask might not be sufficient. Schools will primarily require the assistance of revolutionary air filtration systems which will be fundamental to ensure a safe return to school.
Why Choose AerMax 500 for Schools?
Did you know that children spend about 13,000 hours per year inside school buildings? This shows just how a considerable time span is spent in a densely populated surrounding. As a result, the probability of contamination in such spheres is high.
But not when your establishment has a smart air purifier such as AerMax 500 which captures and eliminates aerosols that travel freely within closed, indoor spaces. Curbing the risk of infection, you can look forward to healthy Indoor Air Quality with AerMax 500.
Optimum for large, indoor areas with high occupancy
Schools and educational institutions classify as indoor settings where the occupation strength is typically high. Students, teachers, management and maintenance staff among others that attend for varying reasons. As the transfer of knowledge stresses written and verbal communication, the latter is known to release aerosols into the enclosed environment. If contagious, it can be transmitted and affect other occupants in the said room.
Prevent its transmission with AerMax with the following sizes of spaces in mind:
With 10 times the media area of a domestic air purifier, it is designed to safeguard children within busy environments.
Low noise functioning makes it conducive to learning
AerMax functions silently in the background and allows seamless interaction between student and teacher to take place. Easily facilitating the act of learning, this HEPA filter air purifier fosters two-way communication and makes way for a conducive learning environment. AerMax 500 functions at 52 decibels (dB) and this is low when considering a polite conversation at home is pegged at 50 dB. A metric like this is impressive especially keeping in mind that it is a commercial air purifier!
Other reasons to choose AerMax for schools:
Captures and deactivates viruses, bacteria and ultrafine particles as small as 0.052 microns with 99.998% efficiency as per Independent German Laboratory
The ‘TrueShield HEPA’ H-13 filters are individually scanned as per EN 1822
Independently certified by NABL Laboratories
Entire indoor air is purified every 10 - 12 minutes
Easy plug and play installation within spaces
Why AerMax 500 by Spectrum Filtration?
Filters are essential and serve as a key component of any purifier that facilitates the effective functioning of the air purifier itself. Therefore the importance that ought to be given to the filtration mechanism should be centred around the filter when one is evaluating which purifier to install. Spectrum Filtration has been creating the most effective filters for the past 25 years. Trust them with their latest offering, AerMax 500, to give your establishment the clean, antiviral air it needs.
Take action to improve IAQ in schools now with AerMax.