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Aerisa’s ionization technology improves air quality for numerous commercial industries and related applications.

Our ionization products are designed with the application in mind. Whether it is a small space with trace odors, a larger space with an internal odor source, or a space that is in need of better indoor air quality (IAQ) for an existing work force, Aerisa has a product specifically designed to meet those challenges.

A few points to consider when sizing up an application are:

• Size of the space
• Type and level of contamination
• Foot traffic
• Hours of operation
• Access to ductwork

Your Aerisa Representative is uniquely qualified to examine the application and make the best choice of products to achieve the goals for the space.

Following is a partial listing of potential applications with a variety of customer types:

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Please contact your Aerisa Representative with any questions about your specific application.

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    Aerisa uses a variety of methods to test the functionality of our products. Customers should evaluate their specific application and environmental conditions when making an assessment regarding the technology’s potential benefits.

    Our customers should also use reasonable safety precautions to prevent the transmission of pathogens, including SARS-COV-2. You cannot rely on our products alone to contain it or prevent its spread.

    It is important to comply with all applicable public health laws and guidelines issued by federal, state, and local authorities, including guidance published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), including but not limited to social distancing, hand hygiene, cough etiquette, and the use of face masks.