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AtmosAir for
Commercial Buildings

If you own or manage a commercial building, you know the importance of providing the best possible experience for occupants. And that experience starts with something you can’t see, feel or touch.

At AtmosAir , we’re helping commercial building owners, operators and occupants to see air differently. It’s about bringing the benefits of improved indoor air quality to life, including greater human health and productivity and bottom line business benefits.

And we deliver those benefits with an eye on sustainability and energy efficiency. Our technologies deliver guaranteed energy savings and the peace of mind of sensors and reporting that let’s you know the technology is working.
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Airborne pollutants are minimized in only 30 minutes when an AtmosAir system is at work.
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Patented Bi-Polar Ionization
How can a single technology do both? Sounds like a stroke of genius, and in a way, it is.

Based on a technology pioneered by Albert Einstein himself, AtmosAir developed one of the best indoor air purification system available today.

The process, bi-polar ionization, delivers ionized oxygen molecules into the air space that can reduce many chemical compounds and VOCs, minimize mold and bacteria, and attach themselves to airborne pollutants such as dust, pollen and smoke, causing them to weigh enough that they drop from breathing areas.
Bjarke Ingels Group Offices, NYC
Office Buildings, Schools, Hotels, Locker Rooms, Hospitals, Malls…

We know that different buildings have different issues. That’s why AtmosAir offers a range of products able to handle anything from an open office area to a sports arena to a trash room.

Our consultative approach to sales, design and service allows us to customize a solution for your specific needs. AtmosAir solves the toughest air quality issues while helping you save on your overall energy costs, too.
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