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- Region 7 Head Start Association Forms Partnership with WellAir
Leader in indoor air and surface disinfection solutions promotes importance of improved indoor air quality in Head Start facilities.How One Vanderbilt Raised IAQ Standards
When the pandemic struck, a New York City skyscraper was prepared for the challenge of keeping occupants healthy.Airco Service and WellAir Partner to Offer Cleaner, Safer Indoor Air
Air cleaning technology offers homeowners protection against airborne pollutants.Region 9 Head Start Association Forms Partnership with WellAir
Leader in indoor air and surface disinfection solutions promotes importance of improved indoor air quality in Head Start facilities.Study Shows Significantly Reduced Airborne Bacteria in Urgent Care Facility Using WellAir’s Defend 400
Rooms using the device showed a 52% reduced total bacterial count over a 5-day period, including a 60% reduction in opportunistic pathogens.WellAir Appoints New Chief Financial Officer, JJ Littrell
WellAir is pleased to announce the appointment of JJ Littrell as the Company’s CFO, effective immediately. Ms. Littrell will have a central role in defining the financial strategies to drive growth and shaping the ongoing transformation across the enterprise while overseeing every aspect of the company's financial management.AASA, WellAir Team Up to Create Safer Learning Environments for Schools
WellAir has joined AASA as a School Solutions Partner in an effort to improve school facilities and provide healthy and safe environments for all students and staff.WellAir Brings Clean Air Technology to Brandywine Realty Trust Properties
Brandywine’s premier properties have implemented WellAir’s portfolio of IAQ solutions in elevators and select conference rooms to help improve and protect their indoor environments.WellAir Launches a New Advanced Air Cleaning Device in Europe
WellAir launches a new advanced air cleaning device in Europe with independently tested, industry leading 99.9% effectiveness against airborne pathogens.
The Defend 400 is a CE marked device that combines WellAir’s patented NanoStrike™ Technology with a triple-stage filtration system to optimize the health of indoor spaces.One Vanderbilt Announces Deployment of WellAir’s Clean Air Technology as Workers Return
Landmark New York City property One Vanderbilt announces deployment of WellAir’s clean air technology as workers return to the office.
The tallest office tower in midtown Manhattan’s cutting-edge office space takes a thoughtful approach to indoor air quality.Four Seasons Astir Palace Hotel Partners with WellAir to Improve Indoor Air Quality
Air Purification solutions deployed to reduce airborne virus particles and augment cleaning protocols at luxury, world-renowned hotel in Greece.
“Clean indoor air is becoming a valued commodity in the hotel industry and an air purification system is a competitive must-have for the hospitality industry.”WellAir Announces Strategic Partnership with the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC)
WellAir has announced a strategic partnership with the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC) for 2022. APIC is the leading association for infection prevention and control (IPC) professionals, with more than 15,000 infection preventionist (IP) members.WellAir Launches New Air Cleaning Device that is 99.9% Effective Against Airborne Pathogens
The Defend NV 400 is an FDA-cleared Class II medical device that combines WellAir’s patented NanoStrike™ Technology with a triple-stage filtration system from Camfil® to optimize the health of indoor spaces.WellAir Announces Agreement with Vizient, Inc.
WellAir, a leader in delivering technologies that help provide a healthier indoor environment, today announced it has entered a partnership with Vizient, Inc., the nation’s largest member-driven, healthcare performance improvement company.
Vizient members will be able to purchase WellAir’s air and surface disinfection devices at contracted pricing.Novaerus Defend 1050 cleared by FDA as 510(k) Class II Medical Device
Novaerus Defend 1050 cleared by FDA as 510(k) Class II Medical Device to inactivate and filter out airborne virus and bacteria for medical purposes. The Novaerus Defend 1050 uses patented NanoStrike® technology to damage and inactivate airborne micro-organisms.
- Airborne Transmission: Are hand hygiene and cleaning enough?
In the Clinical Services Journal, experts argue that the use of air decontamination systems to improve indoor air quality should be considered as part of Trusts’ infection prevention and control strategies. They warns that hand hygiene and surface cleaning are not enough.Airborne Mold: Overlooked, Toxic, and on the Rise
In the covid era, indoor air quality has become an urgent global concern, but SARS-CoV-2 has overshadowed other airborne threats, particularly mold.
As the planet becomes hotter and wetter, mold is becoming a more persistent headache for schools and commercial buildings, eating up operational budgets and generating negative publicity.The HVAC Jerks Podcast with WellAir’s Mark Schmidt
The market for indoor air purification products exploded with the pandemic and it's here to stay.
Join the HVAC Jerks, three guys who have spent way too much time in the HVAC industry and have plenty of fun producing weekly podcasts with the most interesting people in the trade.We Need a Common Set of Standards for Indoor Air Quality
WellAir's Chief Technology Officer Steve Grenon shares his experience and insight on IAQ in commercial environments.
In a recent study, U.S. workers ranked indoor air quality as their number-one concern about returning to the workplace.A Multilayered Approach to Indoor Air Quality & Choosing the Right Solutions
As we begin to better understand the link between IAQ and wellness, active air purification technologies, such as bipolar ionization, hold tremendous promise to make indoor spaces healthier for all.Schools’ Summer Assignment -> Act Now on Air Quality to Prepare for Fall
Our own Chief Science Officer Felipe Soberón shares his experience and insight on IAQ in educational environments.
"I've seen the profound effects that air quality can have on our health and well-being, even apart from the pandemic. If we don’t take appropriate action today in our schools, we may well look back on this moment as a missed turning point for healthy air in education."WellAir Elite Dealer share its successes with Plasma Air
As a part of our Elite Dealer Q&A series, we had an opportunity to talk with another successful WellAir Elite dealer, Carolina Comfort out of Columbia, SC. We spoke with Cole Mitchell, the Director of Marketing who has been with the company since 2016.The Importance of WellAir Air Cleaning and Purification Devices in Intensive Care Units - An International Peer Reviewed Study
This peer-reviewed study was carried out on WellAir Air Cleaning and Purification Devices. The study highlights the number of microorganisms in the air and evaluates the effectiveness of air purifiers in reducing the rate of nosocomial infections within the ICU.Prioritizing IAQ In Commercial Real Estate gains momentum
From the EPA to high-profile properties such as One Vanderbilt, the industry is now focusing on the health and economic benefits of addressing a widespread public health risk.
Read about the next steps to consider.How HVAC systems can improve air quality, reduce allergens
The growth of wellness travel has driven demand for hotel technology that limits the spread of allergens and other potentially harmful airborne particles. Heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems can play a significant role in improving indoor air quality and reducing allergens.WellAir's Elite Dealer shares company’s successes installing Plasma Air for their customers
The WellAir team recently had a chance to connect with Matt Binning, the Service Manager at Alcorn Aire in Bakersville, CA, one of WellAir’s successful Elite Dealers.
In this interview Matt explains how his company is winning by offering Plasma Air’s bipolar ionizers on every job.Yes, Covid-19 Aerosols Are Infectious, And More Dangerous than Droplets - Part 1
Microscopic measles particles can remain airborne and infectious for up to 2 hours and drift.
More and more evidence supports the case that Covid-19 Aerosols are infectious and more dangerous than droplets, in this blog post we take a look at how a similar debate was made around measles in the 1980s and how health officials reacted compared to how the health officials have reacted to the Covid-19 pandemic.Yes, Covid-19 Aerosols Are Infectious, And More Dangerous than Droplets – Part 2
Infectious Aerosols: Small but Potent
Many Covid-19 precautions — plexiglass dividers, desks spaced 6 feet apart, reduced restaurant occupancy — are premised on the notion that large droplets, generated by sneezes and coughs, pose the greatest danger to vulnerable people.The Fallacy of the 2-Meter Rule - Part 1
“People think they are protected indoors and they’re really not.”
For nearly a year, the 6-foot/2-metre rule has been invoked by officials worldwide and gained traction with the public. And yet, scientists say, the rule is misleading — based on an erroneous understanding of aerosol science and insufficient to curb Covid transmission.The Fallacy of the 2-Metre Rule - Part 2
Aerosol Transmission of Covid: More Prevalent than Presumed
Prodded by scientists worldwide, both organizations eventually agreed aerosol transmission of SARS-CoV-2 was possible in community settings and perhaps not rare. But even today, top scientists warn the impact of long-range spread has been vastly underestimated.Singing, Covid-19, and the Future of Live Entertainment - Part 1
“Particles shoot out like a geyser”: Singing, Covid-19, and the Future of Live Entertainment
Since the early days of the covid-19 pandemic, singing has been a super-spreading culprit leading to an effect on the future of live entertainment.Singing, Covid-19, and the Future of Live Entertainment - Part 2
Since the early days of the covid-19 pandemic, singing has been a super-spreading culprit leading to an effect on the future of live entertainment.
What about Singing?