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Iatrixair (R) Exceeds CDC - Center for Disease Control Enhanced Strategies for Indoor Air Quality

Tuesday, 23 May 2023 16:00

iatrixAir, Inc.

iatrixAir, Inc. announces its indoor air quality solutions exceed the recent CDC's enhanced strategies for Indoor Air Quality for building owners and operators.

TEMECULA, CA / ACCESSWIRE / May 23, 2023 / The CDC released recently enhanced strategies for building owners and operators and recommends the steps to take to improve ventilation and help prevent respiratory illnesses from spreading in indoor spaces. A layered approach that combines ventilation strategies with other infection prevention and control measures is recommended. With each added layer of protection, the risk of exposure to respiratory viruses decreases.

Detect Protect Inform
CDC Enhanced StrategiesiatrixAir Indoor Air SolutionBenefits
Five air exchanges per hour10 to 12 air exchanges per hourFaster is safer
Upgrade to MERV12 filtersUpgrade to HEPA H13 filtersHospital medical grade filters
Turn on HVAC fanFast in space air exchanges10%+ less electricity costs
Bring in fresh airIn space air exchangesLess energy costs, lower carbon footprint
Install air cleanersAdvanced air exchangersPushes air down in the space
Install UV lightAdvanced UV light engineEnclosed intense UV light
Install C02 sensorsC02+12 air quality sensorsAdvanced C02 sensor to 50ppm
AI-Machine learning basedAutomated and predictive

There are many approaches to removing airborne pathogens from indoor spaces on the market today and many agree in recent articles that indoor space ventilation is key or just open the window to "Wash the Air," according to Marc McConnaughey, President/CEO of iatrixAir.

"However, sometimes it is not practical to open the windows on cold or hot days or near areas where outdoor pollution is high or there are no windows at all such as in a commercial-public restroom or sports locker room," added McConnaughey.

With advanced detection, protection, and information through AI-machine learning with data edge processing, secure cellular connection, cloud analytics, and near real-time alerts, safe and healthy air is possible without chemicals. Faster is Safer is iatrixAir's technology approach to surveilling and securing the air in assisted living, commercial-public restrooms, and sports locker rooms.

"Powerful light-based technologies will become the safest and cost-effective way to combat viruses, bacteria, and fungi/molds," according to Mr. McConnaughey. The young start-up is advocating an advanced, data-driven approach to stopping airborne pathogens using a combination of technologies which includes advanced detection and protection with faster air exchanges and first-pass inactivation.

ABOUT iatrixAir, Inc.

Established in March 2020, iatrixAir® uses AI-Machine Learning to detect and stop indoor air pathogens. By automating indoor air quality in commercial and public restrooms iatrixAir's patent-pending cellular-based air sensor gateway and exchanger detects, removes, and destroys airborne pathogens faster than industry standards.

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Marc McConnaughey-President/iatrixAir [email protected]

Henry Artime, Public Relations Contact [email protected]

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Marc McConnaughey
[email protected]

Related Files

Improving Ventilation In Buildings | CDC.pdf

SOURCE: iatrixAir, Inc.

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