When it comes to air purification, it can be confusing to figure out what product is best for a specific need and hard to understand the differences between similar units. The best way to find out what product the space needs, is to figure out what the space is first. In some cases, portable units are the perfect solution to air purification needs and in others, whole furnace units are better suited for the problem. 

This is a list compiled of the most popular uses for these products to help better decide what unit is recommended for what problem. 

If you still are unsure on what product is best for you, please use our Contact Us to find a custom solution or a professional recommendation from one of the Amaircare product specialists. 

Other Commercial areas like; 

  • Clean roomsCleanrooms are contained spaces used to manufacture products or perform research where air pollutants can adversely affect the process. They require control over the level of contamination and environmental factors such as temperature, humidity, and pressure. HEPA filters limit the circulation of stale air and trap particles as small as 0.3 microns. The average urban environment contains 35,000,000 particles the size of 0.5 microns per cubic metres.
  • Positive Pressure RoomsPositive pressured rooms (also known as a protective room) have elevated air pressure levels, to keep out contaminants like bacteria and viruses. The environment protects patients in operating theatres ensuring infections do not enter open body cavities and other conditions that compromise their immune system. Positive pressure rooms are also advantageous in the microelectronic industry, which requires a low particulate count to protect the manufactured circuit boards.
  • Negative Pressure RoomsNegative room pressure is an isolation technique used in medical centres to prohibit cross-contaminations between rooms. A ventilation system generates negative pressure and forces the air into an isolation room. Since air naturally flows from high-pressure areas to lower ones, it prevents air from leaving the room. Negative pressure rooms treat patients with contagious airborne diseases without exposing others to their symptoms.
  • Formaldehyde Off GassingFormaldehyde is a colourless gas emitted from household products and building materials. It’s off-gassing sources diminish over time. However, it can take up to a few weeks – sometimes years – to dissipate. High levels of formaldehyde are detectable by a sharp smell and causes eye irritation, aggravates the respiratory system, and can cause nasal cancer.

All require a more customized approach so if these are any of your needs, please use the Customized Solutions form.