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Active Air & Surface Disinfection

We use ultraviolet lamps and ionization in occupied spaces and within the HVAC system to reduce the risk of communicable diseases, mold growth, and particulates.

Ultraviolet Light, Ionization, And HEPA

Our goal is to improve indoor air quality and neutralize pathogens.  This is accomplished by using ultraviolet lamps, ionization, and HEPA air filtration, which provides active air and surface disinfection and removal.

Layering industry-approved and emerging technologies create an environment no longer conducive to the survival of viruses and mold growth.  Reducing airborne particulate matter, such as nano plastics, is important because particles assist in transporting the hitchhiking spores and chemicals into your lungs, heart, and brain.

Strategically placing ultraviolet light (UV), we disinfect the air and surfaces that are in line of sight of the UV.  Adding or layering bipolar ionization and HEPA air filtration allows us to neutralize, and remove pathogens, and particulates in the air, on shadowed surfaces, and in hidden nooks and crannies.


Bipolar ionization complements UV because ions go wherever the air goes, so shadows are not an issue.  Studies confirm effective amounts of ionization can neutralize viruses and inhibit mold growth.  In addition to agglomerating ultrasmall particles into larger particles that can be removed with appropriately placed HEPA air filtration.

The layering of ultraviolet light, and HEPA air filtration is CDC and ASHRAE-approved.  When combined with the emerging technology of bipolar ionization and indoor air quality sensors which provide real-time efficacy data you now have an environment with state-of-the-art active air and surface disinfection technology.

People, Places, And Breath

We all shed into our environment, by releasing skin, hair, and plastics from our fabrics, in addition to each exhale we push air rich in carbon dioxide (CO2) and in some cases communicable pathogens back into the air of indoor environments.  As the indoor air becomes congested with pollutants there is a proportional increase in the risk to our well-being.

With each inhale we introduce into our sinus and lungs, heart, and brain a little bit of what others have exhaled, and pollutants emitted from the air ducts. It’s this combination of occupants’ shedding, nano plastics, debris, and hidden mold growth being emitted from the air ducts, that are typically the biggest source of pathogens and particulates in the indoor air.

If You Don’t Improve Your Air Quality What Will Happen?

The quality of the air you breathe impacts your health and productivity.  Global pandemics show us how vulnerable we are too airborne and surface communicable diseases.  Occupying buildings has proven to be a risky business because of poor indoor air quality due to viruses that are highly contagious and always changing, hidden mold growth, and airborne particulates that have an affinity to lodge in the heart and brain.

Being a victim 

If you don’t improve your air quality through active air disinfection and particle removal, then you are setting yourself up to be a victim.  Simply breathing in a building with congested air increases the risk of getting sick, feeling tired, and experiencing brain fog and headaches.  The chance of getting infected and infecting others in occupied spaces is real, and it’s but a roll of the genetic dice as to who’s going to the hospital and not coming out alive.

UV Light
A Proven, Ingenious Way To Combat Pathogens And Mold

The energy output from the ultraviolet light spectrum can damage the DNA of viruses, bacteria, and mold.  Science instructs us in the specific frequency, amount, and duration for effective neutralization.  IAQ Health analyzes additional variables such as air velocity, temperature, humidity, and surface reflectivity.  The formula varies depending on what we are trying to accomplish, and the necessary information is gathered during our assessments and engineering audits.

UV in the various frequencies can be used for upper air disinfection, occupied spaces, and within the HVAC systems.  This technology can be used in commercial buildings and in homes.  It’s been used in food processing and water purification for decades and is now going mainstream pushed by a deadly, and costly global pandemic and the need to reduce the risk of communicable diseases, and mold growth from growing within the HVAC systems, and the appreciation in the value of having improved indoor air quality for greater health, wellness, and productivity.


Strategies for clean air

Your path to success includes assessment, remediation, upgrades, quality control and monitoring.

Better Quality Of Life

Combining science and experience we move forward to increase productivity by removing hidden environmental stressors.

With over 30 years of experience in creating healthy buildings, our ergonomic consultants are here to assist you in combining sensor technology with air purification devices. This layering of IAQ technologies and services are proven to level up indoor air quality.

To re-occupy our buildings, we need to hurdle some invisible challenges such as communicable diseases, hidden mold, ultrasmall respirable particles, and odorless chemicals, which combine to create environments that are counterproductive. 

Focus, flow, cognitive performance, and emotional flexibility are skills necessary for today’s corporate athletes, and they are all enhanced by clean, fresh, oxygenated, indoor air quality.

Act now to improve your IAQ Health, productivity, and energy efficiency by installing sensors and monitoring your IAQ hazards then implementing IAQ Health Eco Suite strategies that prevent, neutralize, and remove invisible, odorless, airborne pollutants from your occupied spaces, making them conducive to health, problem-solving, creativity, and safe social interaction.

The reduction in absenteeism and healthcare insurance costs is an enriching benefit. Also, the achievement of these goals aligns your building with the International Well-Built Inst. (IWBI) certifications that are held by 20% of Fortune 500 businesses.

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