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EnviroKlenz conducted case studies with educational partners at various locations in the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic.  EnviroKlenz Air System Plus was deployed and operational alongside an air meter that measures and records particulate matter. The EnviroKlenz Air System utilizes multi-stages of filtration consisting of patented technology for a broad array of contaminates, UVC (254 nm wavelength), and HEPA.  The air meter provides real-time estimates of particulate matter concentrations (PM1, PM2.5, PM10) and particle size distribution using a combination of multiple light scattering-based particle sensors.

The systems ran in operational educational environments with daily schedules being carried out as usual.

Increases and decreases in the particulate matter were observed as expected given the conditions with the air monitor.

The results from the case studies with the EnviroKlenz Air System Plus were compared to particulate matter data from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).  From 2000-2019, the EPA, through a nationwide network of over 400 monitoring sites, developed ambient air quality trends for PM 2.5 particle pollution, representing fine inhalable particles, with diameters that are generally 2.5 micrometers and smaller.  In the EnviroKlenz case studies, a broader range of particles was monitored, all with similar trends, but for illustration purposes, the data collected aligned to the size range of the EPA data is shown by plotting the national standard and the top 10 percentile for air quality for comparison.

New Jersey School 
The data in this graph shows the air quality of a school in New Jersey that was running an EnviroKlenz Air System Plus. You will see that the EnviroKlenz Air System Plus was able to maintain PM 2.5 levels at or below the EPA national standard.

The blue line represents the National Standard and the green line represents the top 10 percentile.

 

Massachusetts Dental College

The data in this graph shows the air quality of a dental college in Massachusetts that was running an EnviroKlenz Air System. You will see that the EnviroKlenz Air System kept the PM2.5 particulates below the national top 10 percentile for over 95% of the time the system was running.

The blue line represents the National Standard and the green line represents the top 10 percentile. With the EnviroKlenz Air System Plus, this classroom consistently exceeded the air quality standards of the top 10%

 

Public School in the Midwest

The data in this graph shows the air quality of a public school in the Midwest with the EnviroKlenz Air System Plus. You will see that the EnviroKlenz Air System Plus kept the PM2.5 particulates below the EPA national standard and much of the time, as time progressed, in the top 10 percentile. 

The yellow line represents the National Standard and the blue line represents the top 10 percentile. With the EnviroKlenz Air System Plus, this classroom consistently exceeded the air quality standards of the top 10%

Iowa School 

The data in this graph shows the air quality of a public school in the Iowa with the EnviroKlenz Air System Plus. You will see that the EnviroKlenz Air System Plus kept the PM2.5 particulates below the EPA national standard and much of the time in the top 10 percentile. 

The yellow line represents the National Standard and the blue line represents the top 10 percentile. With the EnviroKlenz Air System Plus, this classroom consistently exceeded the air quality standards of the top 10%

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