Pure Air Control Services understands the importance of safety for businesses. This includes the well-being of both staff and customers. And it is especially true during the COVID-19 pandemic. When it comes to airborne viruses optimal IAQ conditions are critical.
An example is SPENGA fitness studio of Seminole, FL. The studio closed two days before Florida’s statewide mandate. It then opened 66 days later, but not to full capacity. The business needed to create a safer environment for its staff and members. That is why they contacted Pure Air Control Services which implemented its healthy building program after hours. As a result, SPENGA became the first certified Pure Air fitness studio in the world.
“Becoming a Certified Pure Air Indoor Environment has given our members the confidence to come back in for classes. It’s really provided the bounce we need to get back to business and has given us an edge over the competition.”Dan Foster, Owner, SPENGA Seminole, FL
What is a Certified Pure Air Indoor Environment?
A Certified Pure Air Indoor Environment is a combination of engineered services and state-of-the-art technology. Each works together to holistically improve and maintain optimal indoor air quality.
HVAC Cleaned and Restored
The first step towards Pure Air certification was to clean two rooftop air handling units with the PURE-Steam™ method. In this case, high temperature steam provides thorough disinfection of the RTUs. After that, is restoration with encapsulating paint and PURE-Cell zero porosity insulation as part of the HVAC New Life™ process. This prevents the spread of fiberglass particles from the old insulation into the building below.
PURE-Decon topical cleaning together with an electrostatic spray process neutralizes pathogens. This method disinfects well beyond CDC recommendations. Next, is the elimination of airborne viruses, particles, microbes, and odors. Two needlepoint PURE-Plasma Bipolar Ionizers and two PURE+AeraMax air purifiers continually achieve this.
Pure Air Control’s EDLab analyzed samples from coronavirus environmental testing and found no presence of coronavirus RNA. As a result, the studio was verified safe for occupancy.
The last step to a certified Pure Air Indoor Environment included the installation of IAQ Guard monitors. These sensors track the facility for particles, temperature, relative humidity, carbon dioxide, and VOCs. Finally, before entering the studio, symptoms get checked at a touchless temperature detection kiosk.
Certified Pure Air Controls Success
“We were honored to help SPENGA achieve their IAQ goals to protect their members and staff. They are an elite fitness studio so becoming certified with our healthy building program speaks volumes of their commitment to the high standards they’ve set for themselves.”Alan Wozniak, CEO of Pure Air Control Services
Create Your Own Healthy Building Today
SPENGA Seminole was able to safely reopen to the benefit of their members fitness and the studio’s bottom line! First, view a Case Study Video and more information below. Next, contact us to get started with your Certified Pure Air Indoor Environment!