Office air purifier


Indoor air quality at workplaces is a matter of serious concern these days. Thanks to cell phones and social media, productivity in offices is already at an all time low. The centralized air conditioners that circulate the cool air around the office and provide relief from the sweltering heat. However, air conditioners circulate the same foul air through-out the office without purification. If the air conditioning ducts are not cleaned frequently then they lead to mold formation or dust build up which enhances the risk of suffering from bacterial infections and respiratory diseases. The limited fresh air circulation due to AC’s leads to various health issues of employee and have unfavorable effect and cost to the business owners. With the help of our Air Purifier offices report you can increase productivity. Instead of letting your bottom line suffer, use an industrial air purifier and ensure your employees have the best indoor air quality so they aren’t tired and fatigued.


Meeting Spaces, Support Space and Work Spaces

What are the sources of indoor air pollution in workplaces?

Air Conditioners

What it carries  hazardous VOCs. microscopic particles , indoor dust that contaminates

Effects  risk of suffering from bacterial infections and respiratory diseases

Overloaded Office People

What it carries- higher – Carbon Dioxide, Dust, VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds)

Effects – dizziness, nausea, headache, loss of coordination and nausea

Pantry Area

What it carries – Food remaining smell

Effects – dizziness, nausea, headache, loss of coordination and nausea

Office Carpets

What it contains – volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as toluene, formaldehyde, acetone

Effects – headaches, throat and eye irritation, allergies and drowsiness. lower IQ, cause birth defects, decreased fertility and lead to diseases related to liver, kidneys, blood and ovaries.

Office Cleaning Products

What it contains  majorly contents alcohol, chlorine, ammonia and petrol based solvents, VOCs,

Sources – Aerosol sprays, rug and upholstery cleaners, chlorine bleach, oven cleaners and floor polishes.

effects – chemicals can cause irritation in the eyes or the throat and cause headaches. Dangerous chemicals and they contribute to allergies, asthma other respiratory diseases.

Viral Infections

What it contains Viral Infection through, flu, cough, cold

Effects – headaches, throat and eye irritation, allergies and drowsiness. lower IQ, cause birth defects, decreased fertility and lead to diseases related to liver, kidneys, blood and ovaries.

Do you know what causes indoor air pollution at your home?

ContaminationSourcesHealth Hazard
VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds)
  • Perfumes, Hairsprays, Furniture Polish
  • Cleaning Solvents Hobby And Craft Supplies
  • Pesticides Carpet Dyes And Fibers
  • Glues, Adhesives, Sealants, Paints, Stains, Varnishes, Strippers Wood Preservatives, Dry Cleaned Clothes, Moth Repellents, Air Fresheners
  • Stored Fuels, And Automotive Products Contaminated Water Plastic
  • Eye, Nose, and Throat Irritation
  • Headaches, loss of coordination and nausea
  • Exposure to some organics can cause cancer
  • Damage to the liver, kidney, and central nervous system are severe symptoms.
  • Particleboard, Interior-Grade Plywood, Cabinetry, Furniture, Urea Formaldehyde Foam Insulation, Carpet, Fabrics
  • Irritation of the nose, eye and throat
  • Coughing, skin rashes and headaches
  • Dizziness, nausea, vomiting and nosebleeds
  • Cause cancer
  • Insecticides, (including termiticides)
  • Rodenticides, Fungicides, disinfectants
  • Herbicides (from outdoor use)
  • Abdominal pain, dizziness, headaches, nausea, vomiting
  • Skin and eye problems are acute effects
  • Cancer
  • Lead-based paint,
  • Exterior dust and soil
  • At low concentrations, it adversely affects the brain, central nervous systems, blood cells and kidneys.
  • At high concentrations, it can cause convulsions and even death
  • Abdominal Pain
  • High Blood Pressure
  • Kidney dysfunction
Carbon Monoxide
Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen Dioxide
  • Improperly Operating Gas Or Oil Furnace/Hot Water Heater, Fireplace, Wood Stove, Unvented Gas Heater/Kerosene Heater
  • Headache, dizziness, vomiting, and nausea
  • Difficulty in breathing, sweating, tiredness, increased heart rate, elevated blood pressure, coma, asphyxia, and convulsions
  • Nitrogen Dioxide causes wheezing, coughing, colds, flu and bronchitis
Sulfur Dioxide
  • Combustion of sulfur-containing fuels (primarily kerosene heaters)
  • SO2 is very toxic. Mild exposure can cause severe irritation of the nose and throat while high exposure can cause pulmonary edema
RSP (Repairable Particulates)
  • Fireplace, Wood Stove unvented gas heater, Tobacco products, unvented kerosene heater
  • Exposure to RSP at high level can cause respiratory problems
PAHs (Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons)
  • Fireplace, wood stove, unvented kerosene heater, tobacco products
  • Eye irritation, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and confusion
  • Cataracts, kidney and liver damage, and jaundice
  • Congestion heart failure
  • Blood clots in lungs
ETS (Environmental Tobacco Smoke)
  • Tobacco products, Smoke exhaled by smokers
  • Respiratory irritation like cough, excess phlegm and wheezing
  • Cancer
  • Heart disease
  • Lung cancer
Biological Contaminants
  • Plants, animals, birds, humans, pillows, bedding, house dust, wet or damp materials
  • Standing water humidifiers, evaporative coolers, Hot water tank
  • Allergic reactions, sneezing, watery eyes, coughing, shortness of breath, dizziness, lethargy and fever
  • Pipe and furnace insulation, Decorative sprays, Shingles and siding Ceiling and floor tiles & many others
  • No immediate adverse health effect
  • Long-term risk of chest and abdominal cancers and lung diseases
  • Lung cancer, stomach cancer and heart failure occur in people with prolonged exposure to asbestos
  • Soil and rock Some building materials, Water
  • Carcinogenic
  • Lung Cancer
  • Direct Trauma To Nose
  • Upper Respiratory Infection
  • Allergic Rhinitis

How to ward off indoor air pollution at office with air purifiers?

Air Purifiers contain various filters that almost negate the indoor pollutants and return the air quality to safer levels. While there are many air purification filters that are used in air purifiers, there are only some that are very relevant to air purification at home. While it’s good to have several filters, the filters that are must are Pre Filter , Activated Carbon Filter, HEPA filter.

A HEPA filter and Activated Carbon filter does the job of completely removing smoke and harmful gases from the air and reduce indoor air pollution.

Pre-filter: There are lot of contaminants like particles of dust, pet dander and other allergens. They are captured by Pre-Filter. This helps in increasing the longevity of HEPA filters. Pre-filter removes the bigger particles and protects the HEPA filter from clogging. The main function of pre-filter is to reduce expenses that can result from clogging of HEPA filter.

Activated Carbon Filter: The treatment of carbon with oxygen opens up multiple tiny pores on the surface of the carbon. The pores are so much in number that one pound of activated carbon provides 60-150 acres of surface area. It works on the concept of adsorption. The gas elements bond with the surface of solid. Activated carbon is the solid material that adsorbs air pollutants that are 60% of its weight. Once they are adsorbed by filters, the purified air leaves from the other side.

HEPA: HEPA stands for High Efficiency Particulate Air. They are used in combination with activated carbon filter and impart high efficiency of air filter. It removes wide range of airborne pollutants and also removes dust mites, pollen, mold and pet dander which are responsible for triggering problems like asthma. HEPA filter removes 99.9% of airborne contaminants which are of the size 0.01 microns. It is the most efficient for people suffering from allergies and asthma.

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