AtmosAir’s Bi-Polar Ionization System Reduces Employee Sickness, Absenteeism

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September 8, 2016

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Brian Levine
AtmosAir
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New Video Tells the Whole Story

LOS ANGELES — “You’ve probably heard someone say, ‘I’m going outside to get some fresh air’ – as if the inside air isn’t fresh. Right? Well often, it’s not”

So begins a new video that tells the story of how untreated indoor air, when emptied of such impurities as allergens, bacteria and other pollutants, dramatically reduces the workplace sickness and absenteeism that are so costly to employers.

“As healthy buildings become more important and validation programs are given increased weight, businesses are focusing on the significant benefits of providing the cleanest possible air for their employees,” said Steve Levine, Chief Executive Officer of AtmosAir.

“Bi-polar ionization, which the AtmosAir system uses to proactively purify the air inside a building, enables people to breathe air such as you’ll find on a mountaintop,” Levine added.

The video – designed and produced by the global architecture, design and planning firm, Gensler – explains how AtmosAir makes building systems more sustainable by recycling the cleanest indoor air possible and reducing outside air intake. That dramatically lowers energy costs and removes up to 95 percent of ultra-fine particles and up to 90 percent of volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

The AtmosAir system can reduce HVAC systems’ size by as much as 15 percent, with associated savings of up to 30 percent on HVAC electrical costs, the video states.

It adds that the system has an average three-year installation cost payback and contributes to meeting the LEED standard of the U.S. Green Building Council.

 

The AtmosAir system is making the air cleaner and healthier for many organizations around the globe:

  • Gensler
  • Tower 45 Office Building, Manhattan
  • Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Manhattan
  • Carnegie Hall, Manhattan
  • Staples Center, Los Angeles
  • National Resource Defense Council, Beijing
  • University of Southern California
  • Rush Street Gaming Casinos
  • Numerous military installations in the U.S.
  • Dallas Cowboys Headquarters and Training Facilities, Dallas
  • UBS, Stamford CT and Nashville
  • Hilton Hotels and Resorts
  • Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Tampa
  • Chicago Cubs Training Facilities
  • TD Garden, Boston
  • LAX Airport, Los Angles
  • John Wooden Center, UCLA

The new AtmosAir video can be viewed at: https://vimeo.com/180219756.

AtmosAir Solutions opens a new office in Shanghai, China

FAIRFIELD, CT. – July 7, 2015 – AtmosAir Solutions, which markets and installs Green, clean bi-polar ionization indoor air quality devices for business, has opened a new office in Shanghai and Joe Stern has been named to oversee the new operation, according to President and CEO Steve Levine.

AtmosAir Solutions has created a new division, AtmosAir Asia, with the goal of marketing and selling its indoor air quality (IAQ) products to businesses and homes in China.

“Our entry into China is a very important milestone in AtmosAir’s global growth strategy, “said Steve Levine. “ China is a critical market where we expect to acquire a significant market share very quickly as a result of our superior technology, outstanding design, and advanced air cleaning products. Our entry reflects both our strength as one of the leading global players in the air purifying category and our confidence in the ability to meet the opportunities that the highly-evolved Chinese market offers. We are positioned well for success due to our strength of reducing pollutants and offering clean air.”

AtmosAir Asia has already installed its indoor air quality systems in the China offices of Glumac, a global engineering firm, and the National Resource Defense Council, one of the world’s leading non-profit organizations specializing in environmental advocacy.

Pollution in China remains a major problem, causing severe, and life threatening health related problems and Beijing has for many years suffered from serious air pollution. Primary sources of pollutants include exhaust emission from Beijing’s more than five million motor vehicles, coal burning in neighboring regions, dust storms from the north and local construction dust.

The average business office or commercial space can be a breeding ground for mold, dust, odors, bacteria and airborne viruses due to poor

air filtration and ventilation systems and lead to less productivity and absenteeism due to illness. AtmosAir Solutions products, installed in building heating and air conditioning systems, clean-up the air in an office building to create a more healthy work environment, reduce absenteeism and increase productivity.

Additionally, offices that installs IAQ devices also save energy and reduce costs, in many cases 25 percent less on HVAC energy bills.

For additional information about AtmosAir solutions presence in China, contact jstern@atmosair.com

About AtmosAir Solutions:

AtmosAir Solutions markets and installs Green, clean bi-polar ionization indoor air quality devices for business, homes, hospitals, casinos, schools and sports arenas that eliminates mold, dust, odors, controls bacteria and the spread of airborne viruses, and reduces airborne particles and germs that bypass normal ventilation and filtration systems. These devices actually replicate fresh mountaintop air indoors. Details are at www.atmosair.com

AtmosAir to exhibit at 2015 Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention

AtmosAir Solutions Vice President Carlos Gendron will attend the 30th2015 Indian Gaming Tradeshow & Convention, booth 1011, March 30 – April 2, 2015 at the San Diego Convention Center.  AtmosAir will be exhibiting in Booth #1011 at NIGA, along with filter partner TriDim Filter Corporation.The show, sponsored by The National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA), is anticipated to be the largest gathering of tribal leaders and casino industry executives in the country.

The NIGA Tradeshow and Convention continues to be one of the premier opportunities for those in the gaming industry to learn about the latest products and technologies designed to improve their customers’ experience while at their casino. The convention is also a showplace for the newest service innovations, the latest industry trends, along with a comprehensive schedule of workshops and plenty of networking events.

One of AtmosAir’s biggest sectors is the casino industry. Its clean indoor air quality systems, installed in casino HVAC systems, clean dirty air and provides a pristine, heathy environment, while reducing operational costs in a casino.

“We are excited and delighted to attend NIGA,” said Carlos Gendron. “Unlike other alleged solutions, AtmosAir has the only technology that can safely attack and break down odors and airborne contaminants in occupied spaces, where they are consistently affecting casino patrons and staff.  NIGA provides another opportunity to show how our product lines have improved, and discuss with leaders how we can truly make a difference in casinos IAQ around the country.”

Current AtmosAir casino clients include: multiple Stations Casinos in Nevada and California, Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh, SugarHouse Casino in Philadelphia, and several Seminole gaming properties such as Hard Rock Tampa, Hard Rock Hollywood, Immokalee Casino and Brighton Casino.

The National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA), established in 1985, is a non-profit organization of 184 Indian Nations with other non-voting associate members representing organizations, tribes and businesses engaged in tribal gaming enterprises around the country.  The common commitment and purpose of NIGA is to advance the lives of Indian peoples economically, socially and politically.  NIGA operates as a clearinghouse and educational, legislative and public policy resource for tribes, policymakers and the public on Indian gaming issues and tribal community development.  For more information, visit www.indiangaming.org.