Senior & Assisted Living

During the pandemic, nursing home and assisted living patients had the highest mortality rate. While there are obviously high risk factors due to aging and generally deteriorating health, many lives could have been saved and severe complications avoided if proper air filtration had been installed. The government finally acknowledged this fact.

Whether these pathogens came in from visitors or traveled naturally along air currents is not relevant. Monitoring Indoor Air Quality and having the right air filters can keep our seniors protected. See our segments on Air Filtration and Detection and Monitoring to better understand the issue and the solution.

A Call for Building Owners and Operators to Improve Indoor Air Quality and Protect Public Health

Our recomandation to improve IAQ is ThinkLite

The Four-Steps the EPA Recommends to Achieve Clean Air in Government Buildings

Step 1

CREATE AN ACTION PLAN FOR CLEAN INDOOR AIR IN YOUR BUILDING(S) that assesses IAQ, plans for upgrades and improvements, and includes HVAC inspections and maintenance.

The ThinkLite Flair Smart IAQ Monitor will assess your current indoor air quality baseline.

Step 2

OPTIMIZE FRESH AIR VENTILATION by bringing in and circulating clean outdoor air indoors.

The ThinkLite Flair integrates with your BMS to automate HVAC settings based on real-time data, creating optimal safety conditions with a smart, energy-efficient means of control.

Step 3

ENHANCE AIR FILTRATION AND CLEANING using the central HVAC system and in-room air cleaning devices.

Both the ThinkLite Purilux and ICON provide the highest level of air safety by eliminating the smallest particles (0.1-2.5 microns), which includes COVID, the flu and other viruses.

Purilux and ICON both use safely encapsulated ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) to clean the air.

Step 4


The Flair Air Monitor continuously detects, analyzes, and reports key air quality metrics, tracking and sharing the data to:

  • a sophisticated dashboard system with 24-hour optics for building operators.
  • customizable kiosk views which can appear on publicly accessible screens onsite, or online.