Capture 99.99% of Nano Particulates

 

Portable and Centralized Medical Grade Air Purification Systems

Every breath we take should be safe and pure.
At Pura Air, we believe in creating a safe, clean air environment for everyone in your facility.

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About Pura Air

We’ve taken our air for granted, until today.

 

The covid 19 pandemic has made us all consider whether we can risk breathing the air we breath.

Facilities need to be ready to welcome people back whether it be for work, play or services as we re-open the economy. Part of that readiness is improving indoor air quality as part of the preventative health measures taken for the safety of the people spending time in our spaces.

Pura Air was born out of the idea of helping our founders get back to work safely. We understand the challenges with existing systems and have worked to re-engineer solutions that use science-based, proven applications to eliminate the specific risk.

OUR RANGE

Something for every environment

All

Fixed Central Air TC1200

Fixed

P300 Portable Unit

Portable

MRP600

Portable

AV1000

Stand Alone

Portable

P300 Portable Unit

Portable

MRP600

Portable

Fixed

Fixed Central Air TC1200

Fixed

Stand Alone

AV1000

Stand Alone

DISCOVER PURA AIR

Transform Your Business

Not only are we able to capture airborne particulate, Pura Air ensures we eradicate risk at the molecular level by employing UV and medical grade HEPA filtration technology.

INDUSTRIES

Creating Safer Indoor Air Quality

Care Homes

Pura Air purification keeps your care homes safe even during flu season.

Dental Offices

Reduce the risks of aerosols and viruses in your dental office with a Pura Air purification system.

Commercial Applications

Learn how Pura Air Systems can clean the air in you business.

Schools 

Help teachers and students feel safe attending class with the best air purification unit.

TESTIMONIALS

What Our
Customers Say

Dr. Stephen Chow

Mission Dental Clinic

“My receptionist said that we had a family contact us from Aldergrove and driving out to see us since I advertised the Pura Air on my website. A new family of 4 will pay for the Pura Air if they are lifelong patients. Super happy to be using the Pura Air today and I find my ergonomics better since I place the shield between the patient and I as a reminder to sit straighter.”

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NEWS AND UPDATES

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Indoor Air Quality Summit 2021

Indoor Air Quality Summit 2021

PURA AIR is proud to be a Summit Partner in the 2021 Indoor Air Quality Summit! Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is often seen as an afterthought in managing a building’s heating ventilation and air conditioning system (HVAC). In non-medical applications, adding filters to an...

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Ambient Air Capture vs Source Capture

Ambient Air Capture vs Source Capture

What is the difference between ambient air capture and source capture? Safeopedia explains that ambient air is atmospheric air in its natural state, not contaminated by air-borne pollutants. In the Post COVID-19 era, where we have a heightened awareness of potential...

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Air Purification?

Inadequate ventilation, condensation within ducts, and bio-aerosol clouds can lead to the presence of micro-organisms and volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) in the air we breathe indoors.

Air filtration gets rid of the airborne particles through the use of an air filter which ‘captures’ them.   Air purification is the process which removes contaminants from the air in a room by ‘capturing and killing’ them—basically sanitizing the air and returning it back into the space.   What particles get removed depends on the model you choose, and they type of filtration and sanitization ‘purification’ methods that get used.  Some trap, some neutralize, some kill.  At Pura Air™ we capture and kill 99.99% down to 0.3 microns.

Air purification is an important part of an overall strategy to improve indoor air quality in your space and can be part of the ventilation and filtration strategy, particularly in areas where ventilation is inadequate.  This includes high traffic areas where people are generating a lot of aerosols into the air from talking, sneezing, coughing, even just breathing.  Building HVAC systems work to manage the air in the building as a whole.  Problem areas are difficult to address with just HVAC.

Indoor air quality (IAQ) is important as we spend 90% of our time indoors.  Not only is breathing safe indoor air good for our health, but it is also good for those who work and visit your facilities.  In Canada, additional cost of sick leave attributed to poor IAQ is estimated at between $1.4b and $2.8b to Canadian businesses and improving IAQ in commercial buildings could increase labour productivity by $7.5b CAD (Standards council of Canada, 2017).  The current Covid-19 pandemic has only heightened the importance of safe, clean, indoor air.

What is the difference between using HVAC system and an air purifier?

HVAC is an acronym for ‘heating, ventilating, and air conditioning’ and describes the systems used to manage the air in a facilities space.  They are generally designed to heat and cool air, control humidity as well as air filtration.  The purpose of ventilation is to provide outdoor air while removing pollutants, humidity, and extra heat from occupied indoor spaces in an effort to meet health and/or comfort requirements.

In-room air purifiers run alongside the existing HVAC system.  A good system already has a MERV filter, provides excellent quality outdoor air after heating and the required humidification. An in-room system recycles air within a target zone where higher risk or loads are expected. By pulling air from a room, purifying it, and returning it to that same room, the heating and air handling pressures in the building are not disturbed or unbalanced. This makes retrofitting to higher filtration easier without the redesign and very large capital costs of adapting existing mechanical systems. This also helps to ensure a uniform approach across several settings and sets a baseline protective approach. It is a proactive step. Users can also expect cost savings and modular flexibility to HVAC engineers seeking solutions which do not require system redesign.

Air purification is an important part of an overall strategy to improve indoor air quality in your space and can be part of the ventilation and filtration strategy, particularly in areas where ventilation is inadequate.  This includes high traffic areas where people are generating a lot of aerosols into the air from talking, sneezing, coughing, even just breathing.  Building HVAC systems work to manage the air in the building as a whole.  Problem areas are difficult to address with just HVAC.

Can you use a home air purifier in an office?

Yes and No.  See above.  A home air purifier works to purify a confined space so, in theory, yes you could use one in your personal office space if your door is closed.  Is that going to solve the problem of the air in the rest of the space?  No.  One, what happens when your door is open.  Two,  if it is not a strong enough air purifier with not enough airflow, it will do nothing for the air in the space.  For larger gathering spaces, you need a higher amount of air changes to flush a room. 

When we constantly add and remove air into a zone, new air added mixes with the air in a room so that what is removed at the same time is a mixture of clean and “used” air (used air being potentially contaminated with aerosols which behave like gases that were left by previous occupants. Because of this, there is always a little bit of the old air in a space, no matter how many air changes we have, but the amount remaining decreases exponentially with each air change. PURA AIR™ is familiar with these restrictions having originally developed air purifiers to meet the very strict latency requirements in dental offices, where the risks to poor indoor air quality are arguably at the highest due to Airborne Generating Procedures being performed.

Discover why Pura Air purification is the right solution for you.