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Airgle partners with Viatris for air purification solutions

Viatris, a global healthcare company formed by Pfizer Upjohn and Mylan N.V., chooses Airgle products to enhance air quality and create a favorable work environment in its offices, reflecting its commitment to workplace health.

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Where does office air pollution come from?

Office air pollutants primarily come from formaldehyde emitted by furniture, wallpaper, and carpets, particles and ozone released by photocopiers, and volatile organic compounds generated by cleaning products. People spend over 8 hours a day in the office, and these pollutants can cause various discomforts (such as headaches, itchy eyes, and skin allergies) and spread diseases, leading to increased sick leave and decreased work efficiency.


Airgle protects the health of Viatris employees

Airgle air purifiers feature triple filtration technology, including a heavy-duty activated carbon filter for adsorbing pollutants like formaldehyde and volatile organic compounds. It is followed by an H14 medical-grade cHEPA filter that efficiently captures PM2.5, dust, bacteria, viruses, and even pollutants as small as 0.003 microns, with an effectiveness of up to 99.999%. Lastly, the TitaniumPro photocatalytic UV sterilization module utilizes advanced oxidation technology to continuously and rapidly eliminate bacteria, viruses, and decompose harmful substances like formaldehyde, volatile gases, and odors. Airgle improves indoor air quality, creating a clean and healthy workspace for Viatris employees.



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With its top-of-the-line performance and excellent built quality, no wonder Airgle has been endorsed by NASA, Royal Saudi Family and many world's largest corporations, healthcare organizations, government agencies, schools, residential for more than a decade all over the world.



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