Air Purification for Senior Living Centers

Senior living centers provide several services for seniors that include long-term and respite care. The staff at nursing communities are dedicated to their patients and providing exceptional care that enhances residents’ lives, while also meeting their health needs.

Air Purification – Creating a Plan

COVID-19 is a concern among elderly care facilities. The virus is transmittable through the air, presenting unique challenges when it comes to patient and staff safety.

The first step many nursing homes find themselves taking is conducting a complete review of the building’s indoor air quality. Administrators are finding that staff are interested in solutions that will improve air quality, especially how it pertains to their patients’ health. Long-term care facilities also know time matters if they want to prevent certain symptoms that can develop in seniors due to COVID-19.

There are other concerns besides just convid-19 that have senior care facilities looking into long-term air quality mitigation strategies. Depression is common in seniors that are separated from others due to possible exposure to a virus. Moving rooms for their and other patients’ safety is confusing and can leave the elderly feeling lost and frightened. Small airborne particles can also irritate patients with pulmonary conditions.

Creating a viable plan to improve air quality gives residents and staff a safe environment to live and work in.

What to Look for In an Air Purification Solution

When nursing communities are ready to improve air quality in the facility, they want a partner with documented results and experience. With the right solution, air filter case studies show increased care and quality of life for patients, while also decreasing costs for PPE and staffing. The initial cost of a medical grade air purification system may seem high, but it will pay for itself over time.

Action Services group is the National supplier and installer of the Halo Air Purification System. The Halo was designed by Erlab, the world-wide leader in laboratory and cleanroom air filtration systems. Install medical grade air filtration in your facility with Action Services Group. Schedule a call to discuss you air quality needs, by clicking the button below. Website Button - Schedule A Call

Determine Efficacy – Ask for Clinical Studies

COVID-19 is not the only airborne virus elderly care facilities are trying to prevent. Along with the various virus mutations, staff also want to prevent the transmission of bacteria, the flu, and indoor pollutants that can negatively affect patients’ health.

The “cheap” tabletop filter is not going to meet your air filtration needs. While they will save you money, they won’t save lives or remove viruses from the air. At best they will remove larger particles, and dust from the immediate area surrounding it.

When looking for an effective air purification system for your senior care facility, you need to ask for clinical and efficacy studies. If the air filtration system you have selected does not have clinical studies, we highly suggest considering an alternative. There is no reason for a commercial or medical grade air filtration company to not have clinical studies.

The Halo air purification system is clinically tested and can remove and capture covid-19, viruses, bacteria, allergens, and all dust and particle matter. To review the Halo air purification systems clinical studies and efficacy reports please click here.

The Proof is in the Test Results

The above air purifier clinical study shows how effective a Halo air purification unit is at removing viruses, bacteria and other pollutants from the air. Pollutants heavier than 10 micrometers are trapped without any problems, and this isn’t surprising given the short amount of time the larger particles are airborne before gravity takes over. Smaller fine particulate matter (PM-10) and PM 2.5 pollutant levels were also removed and trapped. These findings are impressive considering PM 2.5 particles are 100 times thinner than a strand of human hair.

The Halo air purifier is also able to reduce contaminants on surfaces, including the presence of the SARS CoV-2 virus.

The air purifier clinical study shows that a Halo system is effective at reducing particles in the air, improving the health of both patients and staff. For more information on the Halo air purification system, contact Action Services Group by calling 610-558-9773 or emailing [email protected], you can also schedule a call by clicking the button below.

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“We are thrilled with our new air purification system and our whole organization can rest easier knowing our buildings indoor air quality is 99.995% filtered of all pollutants. The installation crew was quick, professional, and they cleaned up after themselves. Thank you, Action Services group!”

 Director of Human Resources – Transitional Care and Rehabilitation Center