The harmful pollutants often found in educational settings include viruses and bacteria, many different allergens as well as ammonia and VOCs that are released from the strong cleaning products required. On top of this, classrooms and study spaces often have poor air circulation, especially in the winter when windows cannot be opened, and the large number of individuals within such spaces means that airborne viruses and bacteria spread very easily.
Optimise their learning environments
Not only does indoor air pollution threaten the physical health of your staff and students, but it can also negatively influence your students’ learning capacities. One study found that indoor air pollution can lower cognitive function by around 61%. By purifying the air in your educational settings, Medicair® therefore allows you to optimise your learning spaces, encourage your students to achieve their full potential.