Clean Air Quality Helps Ensure Employee and Customer Safety

As a predictive measure, businesses, government and schools can monitor high levels of CO2, particulates, including PM1 and PM2.5, and high humidity as an indirect gauge to determine when conditions are ripe for the risk of high transmission of Covid-19 and other viruses and to determine when remedial action may be required.
Our Mission
Indoor Air Quality

Our goal is to help schools, businesses and industrial customers return to normal business operations and keep their employees and customers safe from the impact of Covid-19.

The Airify Connect platform combines reports from indoor air sensor technology with an AI enabled solution that automatically improves the Indoor Air Quality by adjusting settings on air purifiers and UV germicidal lights to kill viruses in the air and on surfaces and reduce levels of PM2.5, TVOC and formaldehyde.

Focus on Indoor Air Quality

The impact of Covid-19 has put new focus on the safety of indoor air quality from employees, customers and government regulation.

Legislation under development and consultation in EU member states and the UK may create requirements to measure indoor air quality, meet certain guidelines and in some cases report daily reports to employees and customers.

Employees Care About Air Quality

72% of surveyed office workers express concern about their building's indoor air quality (IAQ), according to a report released Feb 2022 by Honeywell.

90% of surveyed workers consider it at least somewhat important to be kept informed of their building's air quality.

CO2 is Just the Start

CO2 is an important factor to consider, as it has a direct impact on employee health and their ability to focus, thus affecting productivity. Please see a more detailed list of air quality measurements included in our platform.


Particulate Matter (PM) is a mixture of solid and liquid particles that are suspended in the air. Exposure to fine particles can affect lung function and worsen medical conditions such as asthma and heart disease. Manage PM in indoor air using HEPA-grade air purifiers.


Carbon dioxide (CO2) is a normal constituent of exhaled breath; thus, CO2 will also increase during building occupancy. Adequate supply of outdoor air is necessary in any office environment to dilute pollutants that are released by equipment, building materials, furnishings, products, and people.


Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality within buildings and structures, especially as it relates to the health and comfort of building occupants. Understanding and controlling common pollutants indoors can help reduce your risk of indoor health concerns.


A strong-smelling, colorless gas introduced indoors from building materials, furniture and household products. Health effects include watery eyes, burning sensations, coughing, and nausea. Reduce indoor levels using air purifiers with activated carbon filters and through fresh air.


High humidity of indoor air
(over 40–50%RH) may be harmful especially during the winter. Indoor air humidity may condense on cold surfaces and increase the risk of
microbial growth on surfaces, and further in structures and deteriorate indoor air quality.


Refers to a group of volatile compounds that exhibit similar chemical properties including benzene, ethylene glycol, methylene chloride, tetrachloroethylene and toluene. Symptoms include eye, nose, and throat irritation, headaches
and nausea, loss of coordination, fatigue, dizziness, allergic skin reactions. Use air purifiers with activated carbon filters as well as let in fresh air to reduce levels.