This article was written in conjunction with our partners at AtmosAir.
As occupancy rates rise in major cities and workers return to the office in ever-growing numbers, the built world will need products and technology that add layers of improvements to maintain and strengthen the health and safety of those utilizing the spaces. These improvements can come in a myriad of ways, but some of the most vital aspects include improved ventilation, indoor air quality (IAQ), cleaning practices and strategy, as well as the ability to thoroughly test, validate, and prove the effectiveness of these technologies in sustaining healthy work spaces.
Business owners and operators looking for services that can provide this kind of effectiveness and transparency should seek providers who offer actual, third-party validation through studies, certifications, and standardized laboratory testing, such as AtmosAir Solutions. Through their real-time monitoring investment strategy, transparency can be accelerated and the use of technology as a health and wellness solution can be more efficiently put into place.
Moreover, AtmosAir’s technology was tested against coronavirus, and showed that after just 30 minutes, the technology demonstrated a 99.92 percent reduction in the amount of the virus as opposed to without AtmosAir treatment. The percent reductions at sixty and ninety minutes are similar. Additionally, AtmosAir’s technology has received many certifications, including: Intertek ETL listed to UL 2998 Verified Ozone Free, CE Marketing (Europe), Intertek listed to CAN/CSA, and USEPA US Energy Star Certification, among many others.
Additionally, AtmosAir has many industry associations and affiliations including the US Green Building Council, the Healthy Building Alliance and Energy Star Partner, to name a few, in addition to having undergone laboratory testing, field testing, industry peer-reviewed studies, and a Microchem study.
As sustainability and IAQ become even more important factors in business’ strategy moving forward, the ability to incorporate and meet enhanced, universal standards and protocols for public health and safety will be vital for owners and operators. Technology and services that support these goals and overall sustainable standards will in turn become crucial and those that allow for transparency, high-quality data insights and IAQ will be at the forefront of the market.
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David manages Wyoming's service operations and sales functions. Starting out in the industry, David jumped in with both feet – owning and operating his own successful mechanical service business in Montana from 1974 to 1985. In 1985 he decided to sign on with Johnson Controls in Wyoming and through the years held positions as a Digital Controls Technician, Applications Engineer, Service Manager and Owner Direct Sales Representative. He joined LONG as an Owner Direct Account Manager in 1998 and has been living the LONG life ever since. In his spare time, David is an Arborist. He and his wife Bev enjoy most outdoor activities – especially when they involve his three daughters, son, and four grandchildren.