Return to the workplace with clean air.

Meet healthy building initiatives and provide a next level
occupant experience.

New Feature: CAIRS Report

Assess the risk of airborne transmission in your facility with one, simple index score. Our risk indicator uses transmission-related pollutant levels to determine the likelihood of virus survival, with recommendations for how to improve.

What are the experts saying about indoor air quality?

Ventilation

ASHRAE and the CDC recommend
increasing outdoor air ventilation and ensuring systems are providing safe indoor air quality.

Air Filtration

Further, it is recommended that
filtration is upgraded to MERV-13 or the highest compatible class for your HVAC system.

Purification

When applicable, ASHRAE
recommends considering portable HEPA filtration units or purifiers with UVGI.

Where do you start?

Assess your facility’s needs

Continuous indoor air quality monitoring will point you to problem areas in your facility, eliminating guesswork.

Identify poorly ventilated spaces

Monitor carbon dioxide levels to assess fresh air levels.
Optimize ventilation based on time, occupancy, or activity.

Ensure proper filter performance

Find out if air quality issues arise from indoors or within the HVAC unit. If particulate levels are high, filters may not be performing efficiently.

Implement research-backed solutions

Make decisions using data

Purchasing new clean air technology may be necessary, but it may not. Find out what’s right for you after assessing your baseline health.

Introduce air purifiers if necessary

Air purifiers may be warranted if areas with high particulate levels persist after ventilation and filtration upgrades.

Upgrade filter class if possible

If not, consider implementing air purifying solutions – select priority areas based on your unique conditions.

Ensure that your efforts have paid off.

Test solution effectiveness

Once a new strategy or technology has ben introduced, ensure it works with real-time data.

Tackle new issues head on

Air quality is dynamic – address problem areas proactively with continuous indoor air quality data.

See the results

Track trends in air quality over time from the qlair app and dashboard.

“Air quality is important to us because students and athletes perform at the highest levels in our facilities.  qlair gives us the data we need to ensure our efforts create the healthiest facilities possible for those students and athletes.”

Rich Mylin
Director of Recreation University of California – San Deigo
Not sure where to start?

Ask us about indoor air quality

Contact our team to take control of your indoor spaces.

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