Wynd Technologies, Inc. has announced the launch of its Indoor Air Quality Optimization Service, a suite of products that simultaneously detect, monitor, and remediate air quality within any built environment.
“It’s a particularly crucial time for office employers to be assessing the spaces that they want their workforce to return to and ensuring that the air quality of those spaces inspires total confidence — and even a higher quality of work — from their employees,” said Raymond Wu, Wynd’s CEO.
A Custom-Tailored Solution for COVID-Free Environments
The Indoor Air Quality Optimization service comprises a comprehensive indoor air quality monitoring of health, safety, comfort and productivity in the workplace. Wynd’s Halo air monitor and analytics measure more than 16 different variables of air quality, including metrics such as pollen, aerosols, and more.
The accompanying software platform also provides reporting, real-time alerts, and recommendations to help inform users of ways to improve air quality and uses automation tools that work in tandem with HVAC and air purifiers to proactively maintain indoor health by auto-detecting issues and adjusting as needed. The AI-powered technology then proactively communicates with building management and even sends validation reports once improvements have been made.
An integral part of this system is the Wynd Max Medical-Grade Air Purifier, which has been proven to reduce or even eliminate viral spread after being tested against the airborne H1N1 virus (sister of the COVID19 virus). In trials, studies showed a 99.9 percent reduction in airborne viral load after just one hour of using the Wynd Max purifier — compared to environments that featured no purification, where 21 percent of the virus still lingered after one hour.
By utilizing this combination of air analysis, monitoring, and purification software and services, employers and their workforces can see significant returns just by improving their indoor air quality — an estimated 19x return on investment annually due to improved overall productivity, energy savings and efficiency within their offices, according to Wynd.