Cutting edge research on air cleaning technology
The researchers’ key findings highlight the significant role air cleaners can play in enhancing IAQ, in combination with source control measures and adequate ventilation.
The study, authored by Dr. Gráinne Cunniffe, Jennifer Whelan, Alannah Byrne, Dr. John Ryan, Dr. Keri Lestage, and Dr. John McKeon, delved into the latest advancements in air cleaning technology, exploring the mechanism of function, performance and safety profile, and emerging research and future potential of the various approaches. The research’s key findings highlight the significant role air cleaners can play in enhancing IAQ, in combination with source control measures and adequate ventilation.
The field of air cleaning technology is experiencing huge growth and evolving rapidly with research developments. Approaches such as electrostatic precipitation, photocatalytic oxidation and plasma-based air cleaning all demonstrate huge potential and are likely to positively impact IAQ across both residential and shared buildings in the future.
Air Cleaning Technology at ACAAI 2023
In November 2023 at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the American College of Allergy Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) in California, Dr John McKeon presented the iAIR Institute‘s the research on air cleaning technology. The study was selected for inclusion in ACAAI’s official press kit for the event, underscoring its significance in the field of allergy, asthma, and immunology. The iAIR Institute was proud to have its work highlighted at this prestigious event, emphasizing the Institute’s commitment to advancing and disseminating research, improving public policy and promoting the importance of healthier indoor environments for all.
The iAIR Institute looks forward to continued collaboration with fellow experts and researchers in the field of indoor air quality and remains dedicated to improving IAQ for the benefit of public health