Three pools of funding are available to help elementary and secondary schools upgrade air purification and ventilation systems and bring students back to school safely: CARES, CRRSA & ARP
With students attending school in classrooms, it is necessary to have plans and policies to help prevent viral outbreaks and potential class closures. Students and teachers are often in close quarters and face growing classroom sizes, while living quarters on campus are similarly cramped. During outbreaks, not only are students, teachers and staff at risk, but so are the friends and family they see afterschool. Remote learning is not a sustainable solution for pathogen protection in schools. An air purification technology that can kill viruses in the air and on surfaces can help reduce the risk of transmission.
In addition to managing the COVID-19 pandemic, schools should consider the longer term risk of other pathogens that can lurk in the air and on surfaces, putting students at risk:
General air quality is adversely affected by the science and vocational training that results in chemicals and other emissions, and the increased use of cleaning agents during the pandemic.
Norovirus and other gastrointestinal viruses
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)
Elementary Schools & High Schools
Colleges & Universities
Trade & Vocational Schools
Campus Living & Dorms
Our technology can be safely used 24/7 in occupied spaces. Students and staff benefit from dynamic protection around the clock.
Our products have the proven ability to kill over 99.99% of aerosolized viruses, bacteria and mold within two hours, and also kill these pathogens on non-porous surfaces.
Treat individual rooms with a portable unit or treat an entire facility with a centralized custom solution integrated into the HVAC system.