One common misconception is that the indoor air is far better and safe compared to the outdoor milieu; however, this is not always the case. Outdoor air pollutants penetrate indoors, and as most of us spend 90% of our time indoor (conditioned buildings/ homes, offices / schools/ commercial spaces etc.), most of the exposure to outdoor air pollution occurs indoors.

There are distinct, important sources of indoor air pollution. Fireplaces, kitchens, furniture, wall insulation, and personal care products, are just some noteworthy sources of indoor pollutants.

The onset of the COVID-19 caught just about everyone across the country and across the world by surprise. The pandemic is rapidly changing the concept of health & safety of every single living being and hence Indoor air quality continues to be a critical concern that requires immediate action from government in terms of laying down air quality regulation for ever single conditioned space.

With outdoor air pollution becoming worse every year, maintaining good indoor air quality at all commercial places has become even more challenging but no less important. IAQ encompasses a wide variety of factors such as humidity, temperature, quantity, the presence of chemicals and other contaminants, and the quality of outdoor air brought inside.
However, with poor or ineffective HVAC systems are at a higher risk of incubating illnesses caused by airborne contaminants, and these illnesses will have a debilitating effect on the productivity of staff as they will either must work at reduced capacity or miss work entirely due to respiratory illnesses.

To address such major concerns in the society American Air filters offers the most comprehensive air filtration portfolio in the industry, including particulate & gas phase filters, to provide a customized clean air solution. Each of our products is carefully designed, manufactured, and tested in full compliance with all applicable standards to meet the most challenging demands with the lowest total cost of ownership.

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