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Plasma Air Ionization Solutions Deployed in One of the World’s Largest Rail Systems in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Furthering its dedication to being a top Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) solution provider in the Middle East, WellAir (parent company of Plasma Air and Novaerus) is pleased to announce Petra Engineering Industries has chosen its Plasma Air HVAC ionization solutions for the Riyadh Metro Project. The new project is expected to be the centerpiece of the city’s public transport system and is estimated to cost approximately $22.5 billion to build.

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Plasma Air Delivers Clean Air to the New TWA Hotel at John F. Kennedy International Airport

Most would agree that hotel guests do not want to wake up to the smell of jet fuel and car exhaust. While indoor air quality may not have been a concern when the iconic TWA Flight Center opened in 1962 at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (then called Idlewild Airport), nearly 60 years later it is. When the landmark building reopened as the TWA Hotel this past spring, it became JFK’s first on-airport hotel. Located directly across from JetBlue’s Terminal 5, the TWA Hotel is accessible via car, AirTrain, or directly from the arrivals level of the terminal. Given the hotel’s proximity to transportation, it is estimated that countless guests will be passing through this hotel and a key component to serving them is to maintain healthy, comfortable indoor air quality. 

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The Largest Resort Casino in Reno Deploys Plasma Air Technology

Grand Sierra Resort and Casino (GSR) recently installed ionization technology to combat tobacco smoke and odor throughout the resort. The new Plasma Air smoke and odor control system is the largest ionization-based installation in northern Nevada — featuring 120 Plasma Air 50 Series ionizers. The system will neutralize the air on the gaming floor and throughout the facility. “This new system will raise the level of air quality and guest comfort throughout the resort and we are proud to work with Plasma Air to bring this new technology to the region,” says Shannon Keel, the General Manager of Grand Sierra Resort and Casino.

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One Air Purification Technology Solves Several Cannabis Problems: Odor, Mold, Mildew, Bud Rot, and Disease

Odor abatement and disease control: For cannabis growers in the legalization era, these are the thorniest challenges. As local governments enact strict odor ordinances, new growers need viable odor-abatement plans to get licensed, while established facilities face stiff fines for odor violations. At the same time, growers must pass rigorous microbial testing or face massive revenue loss.

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The Spread of Norovirus and Precautions Needed to Prevent It

The norovirus is a highly contagious virus that causes stomach pain, vomiting and diarrhea. It is sometimes called the “stomach flu” and was first observed in 1972.7 Since then, it has been the subject of many studies and news reports due to its rapid onset and intense symptoms. A major concern related to the virus is the rate at which it can be transmitted from person to person.

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Tachi Palace Hotel and Casino Deploys Plasma Air’s Solution to Combat Smoke and Odor

Plasma Air International, a leading provider of commercial indoor air purification solutions, today announced that its bipolar ionization technology is now being used in Tachi Palace’s 30,000-square-foot Bingo Hall. The Bingo Hall — which allows patrons to smoke — will experience immediate IAQ benefits such as neutralized odors and a reduction of harmful toxins and particulate, without the use of fragrance or ozone.

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The Relationship Between Classroom Air Quality and Student Performance

Parents and teachers care deeply about our children’s education. Who doesn’t want them to have the most fruitful experience possible? One aspect of education that is often neglected is indoor air quality. Good air quality in schools can improve student performance significantly and it deserves as much attention as any item on a school planner’s agenda. Attendance, productivity, and other performance indicators are shaped by it. The consensus is clear — students and staff need clean air.

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Plasma Air: Leading the IAQ Revolution

For commercial, institutional and industrial facilities attempting to maintain a healthy indoor air environment, ensuring regulatory compliance for outdoor air intake is a serious challenge that often results in wasted time and money. To help meet these standards and minimize the use of outdoor air, the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) provides facility owners and operators with the Indoor Air Quality Procedure from Standard 62.1 that provides a series of complex equations designed to help reduce the minimum level of outside air intake. 

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Cool and Purified Indoor Air Environments, Even as the Mercury Rises

More and more frequently, when the mercury rises past a certain level, the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection will issue an air quality alert, warning parents with children, the elderly and people with respiratory issues who are most at risk to avoid the outdoors. But unexpectedly soaring temperatures can still arrive during autumn and increasingly so, in some regions of the world, in November and December.

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A Breath of Fresh Air: Solving the Challenge of Indoor Air Quality

As polluted air engulfs the rural areas of the United Kingdom, excessive smog closes schools and construction sites in China, and wildfires in North America send pollution levels skyrocketing, the quality of the air we are currently breathing is deteriorating on a global level and posing a serious threat to our health. In fact, according to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), air pollution causes more than three million premature deaths annually around the world – a number that many experts expect to double in the next 35 years.

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