Fellowes champions IAQ in education with the Clean Air for Classrooms initiative

Fellowes champions IAQ in education with the Clean Air for Classrooms initiative

On Clean Air Day (16th June 2022), Fellowes launched a major initiative to provide a FREE AeraMax Pro Air Purifier with H13 HEPA Filtration to 100 education providers. The Clean Air for Classrooms free-to-enter draw is open to UK-based schools, colleges and universities.

Everyone deserves clean air, including students, teachers and those visiting busy educational environments. The Clean Air for Classrooms initiative has therefore been devised to champion the installation of air purifiers within learning environments, to help prevent transmission of viruses, relieve allergy symptoms, such as hay fever, and improve concentration.

Clean Air for Classrooms runs from the 16th June to the 18th July 2022 — and each week 20 schools, colleges or universities will be awarded a free Fellowes AeraMax Pro Air Purifier. Registration is easy, with a simple online form at https://www.fellowes.com/gb/en/air-purifiers/healthy-air/clean-air-for-classrooms.aspx

Tim Browning, Head of Air Treatment UK at Fellowes said: “The crucial role air purifiers can play in improving the health and wellbeing of students and staff within an educational environment is becoming increasingly recognised across the world. Indeed, Fellowes has been selected for over 250,000 air purifiers across 45 states in the US, where the Government has provided funding to ensure educators, students, and administrators safely return to on-site learning after the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Our hope is that the Clean Air for Classrooms initiative will achieve some much-needed noise around the issue of indoor air quality within education — and provide a solid demonstration of the difference air purifiers can make to the learning environment.”

AeraMax Pro Air Purifiers are independently proven to capture 99.99% airborne coronavirus1 and 99.95% of particles as small as 0.1 microns, including pollen, allergens, and bacteria. The smart technology works hard when contaminants are detected, then shifts to standby mode when the room is empty, or the air is clean. This provides maximum protection, while allowing for fewer filter changes and energy savings.

The 100 winners will each receive a freestanding AeraMax Pro Air Purifier, designed to maintain the air quality of a classroom up to 55m2.

For moreinformation visit www.aeramaxpro.co.uk

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