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The EnviroKlenz Air System Plus Applied

The EnviroKlenz Air System Plus Applied
14 October 2021

The EnviroKlenz Air System is used to ensure clean air in a variety of high traffic environments, such as dentistry studios and school classrooms.

According to the United Nations Environment Programme, indoor and outdoor air pollution is the most urgent environmental health crisis in the world. The COVID-19 pandemic has also meant there has been a heightened awareness of the need to monitor and improve indoor air quality, and ventilation has been proven to be a crucial factor in reducing the risk of COVID-19 and other infections.

When it comes to air purification systems, the ability to demonstrate tangible results and air quality data is what sets EnviroKlenz apart. EnviroKlenz’s Air System Plus and its three-stage filtration process has been deployed in various settings, resulting in quantifiable air quality results.


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Massachusetts Dental College


EnviroKlenz’s Air System Plus was deployed at Massachusetts Dental College during active hours, alongside an airmeter that measures and records particulate matter.

The facility already had excellent air quality, but the systems were deployed to mitigate pathogens during procedures to prevent them from circulating in the air. The EnviroKlenz Air Systems were turned on before a procedure and were allowed to run during and after quickly capturing confined area particulates and aerosolized matter

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 system monitored PM2.5 levels over consecutive days, which represents 2.5 micrometer diameter particulates in the air, large enough to be linked to respiratory issues in polluting quantities.

In this graph, the national standard for PM2.5 levels is marked, as is the quality of the top 10 per cent of IAQ according to the EPA’s research under the Clean Air Act.




Dental environments typically have PM 2.5 levels of 20-30 ug/mg due to the nature of aerosolising creating procedures. From the moment the system was turned on, the air system kept levels under 5 ug/m3

For more information on the EnviroKlenz Air System Plus, visit

Picture: a photograph of an EnviroKlenz Air System Plus system being used in the home

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 14 October 2021


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