There are many options in the indoor air quality (IAQ) market. From HEPA filters to ionizers and other options, consumers and contractors need to consider the facts before picking the right solution for their homes or business. Some of the most respected health agencies in the world – including the EPA and WHO – have warned people about ozone in particular, which is a byproduct created by ionizers. On the other hand, SecureAire’s ACTIVE Particle Control™ technology is safe and proven to eliminate up to 99% of the most dangerous particles in the air.
A Mayo Clinic professor and the leader of an Austin, Texas, prep academy write that cleaner air in buildings is a cause that should have broad support.
Last month, Dr. Mark Ereth – SecureAire’s Chief Medical Officer and a Mayo Clinic Emeritus Professor – presented at the 2022 Healthy Buildings Conference on a new scientific study about airborne pathogens in small spaces, specifically elevators. The study, conducted by Henderson Building Solutions, LLC finds that ACTIVE Particle Control™ is highly effective at reducing airborne contaminants without producing within operating elevator cabins.
Ben Rizzo has an impressive history of helping companies quickly grow their customer base and revenue – we are thrilled to welcome him to the SecureAire team.
HVAC Veteran Kathy Parry to Lead SecureAire’s North America Sales Team as Vice President of Commercial Sales
Kathy will lead the sales operations for North America and expand SecureAire’s reach in the global commercial market.
“While it is harder to tackle an invisible problem, we must trust the science and lean into technological advancements that can protect us,” writes Dr. Ereth, SecureAire’s Chief Medical Officer in @medpagetoday: https://bit.ly/3CNXljt