INDOOR AIR QUALITY SOLUTIONS FOR COMMERCIAL & RESTORATION APPLICATIONS

Phoenix Restoration Equipment

As communities and businesses are beginning to open their doors, there is a continued focus on indoor air quality (IAQ), not only in residential spaces but in commercial spaces. Our core restoration and commercial solutions are essential to applications such as hospitals, nursing homes, fitness centers and offices.

IAQ is even more important when building occupants are at significant risk to exposure to particulates — the ill, the elderly, and those who have respiratory problems or a compromised immune system. In these cases, the use of portable air scrubbers is absolutely crucial to protect the health and safety of occupants and employees.

Phoenix Guardian and Phoenix Guardian R air scrubbers

Air filtration devices, such as Phoenix Guardian and Phoenix Guardian R air scrubbers with HEPA filtration play an important role in protecting occupants and employees from harmful airborne pathogens. In addition to reducing pathogens, standalone air scrubbers serve as a visual cue that the air is being cleaned. Occupants feel more at ease knowing that steps have been taken to reduce pathogens from the air with standalone air scrubbers.

GUARDIAN R500 ANTIMICROBIAL FILTER

The team at Phoenix has collaborated with the innovators at Purafil, the leading global provider of molecular air filtration, to develop the Guardian R500 Antimicrobial Filter, an enhanced filtration accessory designed for use exclusively with the Phoenix Guardian R500 HEPA. In addition to HEPA performance, the Patented antimicrobial filter media destroys up to 99.49% of target viruses and bacteria (using oxidation), while removing toxic and harmful gases from the air.

The importance of hUmidity Control

When an environment has too much moisture, it becomes a breeding ground for pests and a trigger for indoor pollutants such as dust, pollen, mold spores, and bacteria. It can put your occupant’s health and comfort in jeopardy. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, health problems associated with poor indoor air quality include eye irritation, allergies, headaches, and respiratory problems such as asthma. These problems can be directly related to the presence of mold and dust mite infestation. One of the recognized solutions to addressing these health issues is effective moisture control.

PHOENIX DUHUMIDIFIERS

Phoenix also manufactures a variety of high-capacity, energy-efficient dehumidifiers for restoration and commercial applications.

We offer a range of Phoenix LGR dehumidifiers, featuring different moisture removal capacities and multiple control features for ease of use.

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Senior Living and Nursing Homes

As people age, their bodies naturally become more sensitive to cooler temperatures. Unfortunately, this sensitivity is often amplified by the increasing number of health problems that plague seniors and the medications used to help. As a result, designing mechanical systems for senior housing to effectively control moisture and filter air to keep residents comfortable can be a big challenge. Airborne health risks associated with excess moisture and poor filtration can be mitigated with dehumidification and air scrubbing.

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Gyms, Spas and Fitness Centers

Humidity control can help your gym, spa, or fitness center put its best foot forward. When people work out, their body produces perspiration. When perspiration evaporates, it creates moisture that contributes to higher humidity levels, which not only decreases IAQ, it creates odor build-up and decreased occupant comfort.

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Offices

The design of most office buildings makes social distancing especially challenging. At the same time, office buildings are now expected to not only provide a comfortable environment for its occupants but a hygienic one as well. Protecting occupants in office buildings from the spread of airborne infection and other presents a unique set of challenges. Although infection control was likely not considered a priority when the HVAC systems in most office buildings were designed, when properly configured with the correct filtration, it can lead to significant reductions in the spread of airborne pathogens.


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