Giving students and staff clean air is simple with Sanalife's air purifiers for schools. Our products help your school district or university align with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for reopening schools. They are also easy to set up, making them suitable for spaces of any layout and size, and can work onboard a vehicle like a van or bus. Learn more about air purification systems and how they can benefit your facility.
Regardless of the space or size, our industry-leading air purifier technologies can improve air exchange rates and reduce airborne contaminants and particulate. Though our portable air purification systems are compact, they are efficient, affordable, and require little maintenance.
At Sanalife, we are committed to helping you providing clean indoor air for your students, staff, and faculty. We are experienced in the education industry and stay current for any opportunities you can use to upgrade your school or educational facility using state or federal funds.
Recent legislation through CARES Act, CRRSA Act, and American Rescue Plan provides funding schools can use to improve air quality and help prevent airborne viral transmission. We'll work with you to determine eligibility and secure funds, helping you reopen with ease at the highest capacity.
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Improving your indoor air quality has never been easier. Our portable air purifier systems are fully customizable and scalable in design and can cover any indoor space, regardless of size. Explore our HVAC Induct and portable air purifier solutions.
One of the most critical indicators of an indoor environment is air quality. As schools and educational institutions reopen, administration and faculty have to work overtime to ensure control measures and mitigation strategies are in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in classrooms. Below are some of the CDC's recommended reopening guidelines and risk controls. Additionally, portable air filtration systems can add another layer of protection to improve air quality and help reduce airborne virus transmission amongst your students and faculty.
Adhere to CDC & local reopening guidelines
Install barriers, desk shields or acrylic dividers
Rearranging classroom &
Increasing Natural ventilation & filtration
Rigorous cleaning & sanitization protocols
Personal protective equipment (PPE)
Air quality plays a vital role in schools and educational facilities. There are many benefits to ensuring a clean air supply.
Better Student Attendance
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), approximately 13% of students are chronically absent, missing 18 or more days of class per school year. The institute attributes a great many of these to respiratory illnesses, asthma, and allergies. Removing harmful environmental triggers will eliminate the symptoms, helping ensure greater attendance.
Better Student Performance
When students are healthy and can attend regular classes, they get the lessons, repetition, and practice necessary to understand the material. Come test time, they will be more focused and much better prepared, achieving higher test scores that reflect well on the school and teacher. Good test performance can also majorly impact self-esteem.
Better Learning Environments
Healthy, happy, and energetic students are typically more engaged in the classroom. This added energy promotes a more interactive learning environment that students and staff can both enjoy, encouraging greater classroom participation. Teachers who enjoy their jobs and the environment they work in are also more likely to stay, which helps attract and retain the best talent.
For portable air purifier systems, no technology provides better filtration than a True HEPA Filter. True HEPA Filters offer unrivaled performance in reducing common airborne contaminants. Learn more about our air purifier products that combine high-quality water-resistant True HEPA with Activated Carbon Filters to produce the purest and cleanest air possible.
Muskegon Public Schools had remained entirely in remote learning since August 2020. With a push to get students back into classrooms quickly, weekly fluctuating infection rates, and older, air inadequate air systems, Muskegon needed portable air purification controls to improve air quality…