Scott Frank, partner at Jaros, Baum & Bolles, a leading consulting engineering firm based in Manhattan, wrote the article ‘A Breath of Fresh Air for City Office Workers’ in July 2016’s issue of Crain’s New York Business.
Jaros, Baum & Bolles has specified AtmosAir on various projects and has AtmosAir installed in their offices.
Of note in the report, is the suggestion for design firms to include Bipolar ionization technology in air handling units to break down VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds), to further help increase employee productivity.
Frank recalls, “Achieving these improvements economically, however, can be challenging. To bring fresh, outdoor air into a building consumes space, raises capital costs and requires energy to heat and cool this air. But it can be done in a feasible way.” With AtmosAir, you can nearly eliminate mold spores, VOCs, and other unwanted particles — and save on your energy bills at the same time.