Let us clean the air or ash from your home or work environment to keep you safe from harmful toxins.
As we continue to endure Pele’s spewing, our environment is becoming increasingly more toxic. Here at ServiceMaster Restoration, we can offer some reprieve from the poor air quality and ash buildup for residents and businesses on the Big Island.
For homes or offices that have been impacted by major ash build-up, we offer ash clean up services that remove the ash rather than just spreading it around and scratching your floors and furnishings.
Air Purification with Air Scrubbers:
An air scrubber is a device that is used to remove particles, gases, or chemicals from the air within a given area. While most air filtration systems of this type are designed to handle only one of these types of pollutants, there are a few industrial air cleaners that will handle two and even all three contaminants. Most scrubbers are configured to complete at least six cycles of operation each hour, helping to keep the air in the space free of any type of contamination. Our air scrubbers can handle all three of the contaminants.
In any facility where airborne contaminants are common, the use of an air scrubber is one of the best ways to protect the health of the employees/inhabitants. The right air scrubber will make particle control much more effective than simply providing employees/inhabitants with face masks and decrease the potential for the bronchial condition known as white lung.
Another application of the air scrubber as an essential part of workplace/home safety equipment is to remove gases from the air within a space. This can be especially helpful in laboratories and other facilities where fumes are common. The effective fumes control of the right scrubber significantly reduces exposure to gases that over time could have a detrimental impact on the health of anyone in the area.
Like most air filtration systems, an air scrubber makes use of purification filters that help to remove contaminants as the air within the space is circulated through the system. Several times each hour, the scrubber draws the contaminated air from the space while simultaneously pumping in fresh air that is free of gases, chemicals, or airborne particles. Many designs call for the inclusion of high efficiency particle air filters, commonly known as HEPA filters. These filters can capture a considerable number of contaminants, making them more efficient than many other types of filters. In addition, a good quality HEPA filter does not have to be changed as often as other filters, a quality that many consumers find attractive.
The size and complexity of an air scrubber system will depend on the size of the space that the unit will service, as well as the range and type of contaminants that must be removed from the area. Some air scrubbing systems can be installed with ease. We have portable air scrubbers that are easily set up and require nothing more than a GFI outlet to run.
If you’d like more information on this and other Disaster Services we provide, please contact us today.