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York stresses the importance of indoor air quality in schools

JEDDAH, September 14, 2021

Aiming to play a role in Saudi Arabia’s efforts to prevent the spread of the pandemic, Al Salem Johnson Controls (York)’s Research & Development, Product Management and Jeddah Factory, have worked together to develop a new air purifier.
The portable easy-to-use unit is helping various facilities, including schools, improve their IAQ (indoor air quality), thanks to its latest air purification technologies. 
This unit comes in different capacities to suit various applications, such as small and large educational institutes, health, commercial and residential facilities, offices hotels, and others.
The York Air Purifier filters the air up to 99.97% though its multistage filtration system. Starting with a pre-filtration by an aluminum filter to remove large particles and moisture. 
Secondly it traps gases, such as odours or smoke via filter loaded with activated carbon. In the third stage, a high-quality HEPA filter separates the finer particles that escape from the prefilter. 
The air purifier includes an air quality sensor to measure the degree of air purity and then automatically adjust its settings in terms of speed and power to ensure consistent IAQ in a room.
Al Salem Johnson Controls (York) continues to conduct local research, transfer the latest international technologies to the kingdom, and harness its expertise in the field of HVAC, to develop more Saudi-made units in its factory located in King Abdullah Economic City. 
The company also has extensive experience in services such as measuring IAQ, balancing air flows and raising the HVAC Systems’ efficiency. In addition it has the largest specialised maintenance team in the Middle East.-- TradeArabia News Service


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