Our complete line of professional air purifiers can take your facility to the next level of clean. After all, surface cleaning is only surface deep. We take care of the air in your facility. So you can breathe easy.
Since 1985, Direct Supply has been committed to enhancing the lives of seniors and those who care for them. We help Senior Living providers create amazing environments, improve care and outcomes, optimize building operations, streamline procurement and more. While the Senior Living industry... Read More
HBC Environmental Management provides commercial hygiene and disinfecting products and services combined with total environmental safety solutions for high traffic areas in facilities of all shapes and sizes. We focuses on preventing the spread of disease in facilities. HBC provides weekly...
• In testing by The University of Texas Medical Branch, our system inactivated over 99.9% of highly concentrated airborne SARS-CoV-2 virus in an enclosed setting in just 3 minutes. • The Cleveland Clinic has announced it will test the Active Pure Technology in its operating rooms over the next...
The AeraMax Pro II professional air purifier is the perfect solution for smaller spaces, because it cleans areas up to 300 square feet—ideal for smaller bathrooms, exam areas, vestibules and waiting rooms. Its powerful motor and four-stage filtration system can tackle a variety of indoor air... Read more
The AeraMax Professional III is an ideal commercial air purifier for medium-sized rooms, with CFM to cover areas from 300 to 700 square feet. It’s great for public restrooms, exam areas, smaller lobbies and waiting rooms, offering occupants the opportunity to breathe in air that’s virtually free... Read more
Got a big room to clean? Then get the AeraMax Professional IV. It’s a large room air purifier designed for rooms from 600 to 1,400 square feet, like conference rooms, classrooms, locker rooms and cafeterias. It’s also perfect for common areas and places where people congregate often. Because it... Read more
Up to 20 percent of U.S. residents are infected during flu season, which starts in the fall and peaks in January and February, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). When the season hits, it wreaks havoc on businesses, schools and other places that have shared spaces. Read more