AtmosAir is proud to announce that Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has installed it’s indoor air purification technology in Terminal 3, Terminal 4, Terminal 5, Terminal 7, and the Tom Bradley International Terminal. The AtmosAir system provides LAX’s 70+ million annual passengers noticeably healthier indoor air quality by breaking down jet fuel and odors into simple harmless elements.
Airports typically see an increased contaminant load due to their locations and constant flow of human traffic, thus having cleaner, healthier air quality is a must.
“AtmosAir’s active ionization technology, from what we have found, works well to combat jet fume odors to improve air quality here at LAX,” said Richard Yakel of LAWA Facilities and Technical Services. “We have terminals with AtmosAir systems in place and they require very little maintenance and have worked for us as intended – to purify the air and also clean and purify the HVAC system. We have been very satisfied with this technology.”
Los Angeles International Airport is the largest and busiest airport in the Greater Los Angeles Area and the state of California, as well as one of the largest international airports in the United States. As the largest international airport on the U.S. West Coast, LAX is a major gateway to and from Europe, Latin America, Asia and Oceania.
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