With more and more companies implementing corporate wellness programmes involving everything from biometric screening to diet and exercise, the next frontier in health and productivity may be an office air purifier to improve office air quality.
How to Prevent the Flu at the Office?
People coming to work with colds can be a significant source of lost productivity, as the sniffles (or worse) spread from person to person from airborne germs and contaminated surfaces. That makes cold and flu prevention at work a business issue. Fortunately, an office air purifier can also make a big difference in flu prevention, especially during flu season.
Blueair air purifiers are designed to remove virus and bacteria in addition to dust, pollen, mould spores, pet dander and smoke. The Blueair Pro series of air purifiers, for example, offers powerful air purification performance in a small space. Meanwhile, the Pro XL is Blueair’s highest capacity air purifier and is designed for large rooms and open-plan workspaces up to 110sqm (118sqft). It provides more clean air than any other stand-alone air purifier. In addition to keeping employees healthier, the benefits of an air purifier in the office include enhancing creativity and energising everyone in the room.
Automatic Control for Peace of Mind
Blueair Pro models are available with the Blueair Air Intelligence Module (standard on the Pro XL model). This module allows you to set your Pro unit to auto mode and take the guesswork out of air quality. It automatically tests particle and gas levels in your indoor air and adjusts the fan speed based on the air quality and continuously maintains the optimal clean-air environment.
High Capacity, Low Noise, Energy-efficient
Synergistic HEPASilentTM technology combines two air purification technologies – electrostatic and mechanical filtration – to bring you the best of both worlds. With HEPASilentTM technology, our Pro air purifiers combine the highest Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) with whisper-silent operation. In fact, Pro works so quietly that you might have to check to make sure it’s switched on. And it uses less electricity than a light bulb.