Air Quality Background
The quality of indoor air is often overlooked and not taken seriously as it should be. Any indoor space is at risk of having poor indoor air quality including places such as your home, offices, hospitals, schools, hotels, restaurants, and more. Microbial pollutants surround us while we’re indoors and are constantly being inhaled into our lungs. The difficulty in assessing indoor air quality comes from the microscopic particles that are too small for the eye to see. It is important to have your air quality assessed by professionals and take the right steps in cleaning indoor air.
What Is Air Flushing?
Air Flushing is a technique to clean the air and remove harmful indoor pollutants. Air flushing is typically performed after construction or renovation and before occupancy. Air flushing removes the toxic pollutants in the air that we are surrounded by in our daily lives. Examples of removed pollutants from flushing the air are dust particles, floor adhesives, paints and finishes, caulks and sealants, and contaminants from other work surfaces. These pollutants can include formaldehyde or Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) which can cause negative side effects such as coughing, wheezing, burning of the nose and throat, nausea, and skin irritation. It is necessary to flush the air due to the harmful effects of these pollutants. Air flushing ensures that the indoor air quality you breathe stays clean.
How Does It Work?
Air flushing is an industrial process that helps remove harmful pollutants in the air by using an Air Scrubber and tubes to remove the contaminated air out of the building. The Air Scrubber is a portable filtration system that takes in the surrounding air and filters it out. Indoor air quality experts will access the air quality then proceed with flushing the indoor air. Once the equipment is set up, the Air Scrubber uses HEPA filtration and carbon filters to purify the air. The effectiveness of Air Flushing is efficient and thorough. The Air Scrubber will capture particles as small as .3 microns with an efficiency level of 99.97%. The air flushing process is proven to improve the quality of indoor air.
Why Air Flush?
The benefit of air flushing is that you can notice the results immediately. The amount of particulate matter is significantly reduced by the process of air flushing. Cleaner air is confirmed by our electronic readings that give us a real-time dust pollutant count of the air particles in the building. The result of air flushing will also bring benefits such as improved productivity, elevated mood, and less tiredness/fatigue. Eliminating dust pollutants will improve the efficiency of the workplace. A healthier workplace means healthier employees which will show fewer absentees and increased output. These factors combined will not only produce better results but will also improve profits. Prevent problems before they occur by flushing your indoor air and eliminating harmful pollutants. Air flushing is the next step when it comes to taking care of your health and taking the right steps in order to breathe better.