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When it comes to improving indoor air quality, knowledge is power. And we have both—the knowledge and the power—to provide you with actionable information that will help your company create healthier spaces and mitigate the health and business risks associated with IAQ.

Protecting the world from infectious disease

She has a doctor's appointment, but is worried that if she goes, she'll catch an illness from someone in the waiting room.

She has a doctor's appointment, but is worried that if she goes, she'll catch an illness from someone in the waiting room.

He works tirelessly to care for his patients. But now, he's worried about the future of the practice he built from the ground up.

He works tirelessly to care for his patients. But now, he's worried about the future of the practice he built from the ground up.

He's afraid of returning for his follow-up appointment and is considering cancelling his surgery altogether.

He's afraid of returning for his follow-up appointment and is considering cancelling his surgery altogether.

She's afraid of getting sick at work and bringing it home to her family.

She's afraid of getting sick at work and bringing it home to her family.

Keep your patients safe when they're at their most vulnerable.

Monitor indoor air quality to help you protect high-risk patients and reduce the occurrence of nosocomial infections.

With our IAQ monitoring system, you can automatically collect data from multiple rooms in your facility, allowing for continuous tracking and analysis of critical conditions across your entire hospital or clinic. This ensures that your most vulnerable patients are protected at all times.

Our system has been designed to integrate with your existing HVAC systems so you get one cohesive solution—not another piece of equipment that’s difficult to install and manage. 

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Restore Confidence in Indoor Spaces by Providing Transparency into IAQ

Prove that the air quality in your facility is safe to breathe with innovative displays and interactive signage.

  • Improve patient satisfaction
  • Return your waiting rooms to full capacity
  • Restore confidence in patients and families
  • Improve doctor-patient relationships
  • Encourage patients to schedule preventative visits and elective procedures
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Return Doctors, Patients & Staff Indoors

  • Reduce feelings of anxiety, depression, insomnia, and fear of infection during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Protect staff from falling ill themselves
  • Improve physician retention and recruitment
  • Encourage clinicians to practice alongside each other
  • Ensure your team thinks and acts steadily in any medical emergency
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Comply with Existing & Emerging Laws and Regulations

  • ANSI/ASHRAE/ASHE Standard 170-2017, Ventilation of Health Care Facilities

  • State and Local Indoor Air Quality Guidelines, Policies & Regulations

  • Recognized Standards: LEED Building Rating, WELL Health & Safety Standard, RESET Standard, FitWell, etc.

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Let’s start a discussion on how indoor air quality monitoring and management can minimize the risks of airborne infections and improve your bottom line.