Modern Indoor Air Quality Solutions

Modern Indoor Air Quality Solutions

Many studies have linked poor air quality to respiratory issues and other illnesses. Indoor air quality has 2 to 5 times higher levels of pollutants than outdoor air, according to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency). This makes indoor air a lot more harmful than outside air. 

With that in mind, it is understandable to want to improve your building’s air quality, whether it is your office space or warehouse. If you are looking for modern solutions to make your air quality better, then you are in the right place. We have created a list of cooling options that can help you choose what’s the best fit for you.

Negative Air Machines

First one on the list are negative air machines. These units are easy to use, and can be placed in different environments. It works best for health facilities where the air must be kept clean, and free of pollutants. It can also be placed in residential and commercial buildings, depending on the need. 

Negative air machines are designed to not only clean the air, but also to create a positive and negative air pressure. Positive pressure prevents air from the outside to come in, creating a safe space for patients in a room. On the other hand, negative pressure’s function is to isolate a room, or space entirely. In this way, infectious pathogens can not spread from a room.

Air Scrubber

Air scrubber is another option you can use to sanitize your indoor air. An air scrubber is an air filtration system that can remove airborne particles as it enters the machine. Its main function is to clean the air, especially those contaminated with toxic fumes, chemical gasses, and other air pollutants. 

Air scrubbers can also remove unpleasant odor and excess humidity. Due to their high  efficiency in reducing indoor pollution, air scrubbers have rapidly grown in popularity in the last decade. They can come in different sizes, and are good for both business and residential establishments. 

Photocatalytic Oxidation, or PCO

A PCO air purifier combines ultraviolet radiation and photocatalyst like titanium oxide to clean the air. This process produces hydroxyl radicals that help oxidize gaseous pollutants. A PCO air purifier converts airborne bacteria and other harmful organic compounds into carbon dioxide and water molecules. In other words, it turns pollutants into harmless molecules to make indoor air safe. It can also kill microorganisms that can lead to diseases and air-borne illnesses. 

Activated Carbon Filters

Next, we have activated carbon filters, also known as charcoal filters. This type of air purifier uses activated carbon to capture air molecules that cause odor. It absorbs harmful molecules to reduce air pollution. In the adsorption process, molecules in fluids stick to the surface of an adsorbent, whether it’s liquid or solid. Many air purifiers these days have both mechanical and activated carbon filters. Activated carbon filters require more frequent replacement, and they also get saturated a lot faster than mechanical ones.

Air Conditioners

Lastly, we have conventional air conditioners which can go a long way to not only cool your workspace but also keep the air quality high. These appliances use a thermostat to control the temperature and depending on the construction, an indoor and external unit which cools and purifies the air. They use a refrigerant to cool the air and filters to clean the air. 

Having good air quality is important for every organization, regardless of their nature or size. Purifying indoor air can help prevent infectious disease caused by airborne viruses from spreading. At Cooling Power Corp, we offer many cooling and clean air solutions such as spot coolers, rental AC’s, Negative Air Machines, and more – for businesses of all sizes. Our services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To get your quote, contact our amazing team today!