Indoor Air Quality

Easton Industrial Air sets the new standard in air cleaning with its MERV 15 performance. It provides clean air without ionization or ozone generation, and offers superior capture of harmful ultrafine particles along with reduced volatile organic compounds.

Clean the air

Our cutting-edge filtration systems excel at eradicating ultrafine particles, odours, volatile organic compounds, biological contaminants, and gas phase pollutants from both indoor and outdoor air. EIA is highly regarded for providing a wide array of clean air solutions, focusing on delivering environmentally friendly and economically viable options that enhance indoor air quality while promoting energy conservation.

Often, challenges related to indoor air quality stem from inadequate outdoor air quality, especially prevalent in industrial zones where ventilation air may harbor ultrafine particles, odors, exhaust fumes, or a blend of these noxious elements.

EIA provides IAQ solutions

EIA is fully equipped to purify your air, ensuring the elimination of infectious aerosols. Our range of air cleaners efficiently eliminates ultrafine particles, odours, and volatile organic compounds, all without resorting to ionization or ozone emission. Given that a significant 20% of energy consumption in commercial buildings is linked to HVAC supply and return fan usage, EIA offers a valuable solution by effectively reducing fan energy usage by half, contributing to significant energy savings.


Ultrafine particle removal

The smallest particulates present the most significant threat and prove to be the most challenging among all particulate matter. This category includes particles like mould, bacteria, and viruses, classified as biological contaminants. Effective filtration is vital in managing and minimizing the presence of these particles originating from diverse internal and external sources.

Viruses Bacteria Black carbon Diesel Exhaust
Fine Dust Jet Engine Exhaust Mold Spores
Tobacco Smoke Vehicle Emissions Viruses

The quantity and weight of contaminants within a space exhibit an inverse relationship: a small number of larger particles constitute the majority of the mass, whereas a large quantity of ultra-fine particles, posing significant health risks, make up the majority of particle count, yet only a fraction of the mass. Traditionally, filters were engineered to shield equipment and coils from the larger particles. However, EIA cleaners surpass this by not only safeguarding HVAC equipment but also protecting our lungs, respiratory systems, and delicate electronics from the detrimental effects of sub-micron and ultra-fine particulates. These minuscule particles can evade our body’s defences and may carry various volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and reactive gas phase contaminants.

EIA Cleaners employ polarized media to efficiently eliminate even the smallest particles from the air. The polarization process results in a three-dimensional loading of particles on the media fibres, enhancing air cleaning performance compared to conventional passive filtration. Additionally, polarization causes ultra-fine particles to amalgamate and grow in size, facilitating their capture along with other chemical contaminants. This feature renders EIA Cleaners highly proficient in capturing ultra-fine particles. Air treated by EIA Cleaners proves to be cleaner than outdoor air, a fact demonstrated through tests conducted in a downtown office building equipped with EIA Cleaning Systems, where ultra-fine particle levels were 92-99% lower than outdoor levels.

By effectively purifying indoor air, we can reduce ventilation air requirements, leading to cost savings in fan energy and diminished equipment horsepower needs.

Pipes and sewage pumps inside industrial wastewater treatment plant.

VOC and odour removal

EIA Cleaners excel at effectively eliminating volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and odours, achieved through active-field polarization and particle agglomeration. As particles traverse the polarized media, they undergo polarization and are attracted to other particles, VOCs, and odour molecules, aggregating into larger particles that can be easily captured.

Gas phase contaminants can stem from various sources, both within and outside of a building. Internally, they may emanate from furniture, cleaning supplies, paint and finishes, as well as human activities. Externally, these contaminants may arise from combustion processes such as vehicle emissions, kitchen exhaust, and diesel generators. Common VOC and odour issues encompass:

Adhesives Body Odours Chemicals
Cleaning Chemicals Formaldehyde Furnishings Off-Gassing
Human Waste Paints & Finishes Pet Odours
Residue from Smoke Tobacco Smoke Urine

The EIA Cleaning System is specifically designed to mitigate risks associated with hazardous ultra-fine particles and biological contaminants while significantly reducing VOCs and odours. Remarkably, it accomplishes this at a fraction of the cost compared to traditional passive filter options, resulting in substantial operational expense savings of up to two-thirds. 

Biological contaminants

EIA Air Quality Solutions’ Sterile Sweep Germicidal UVC Lamps can be attached to EIA Air Cleaners to effectively combat airborne organisms, including:

Bacteria Dust Mites Molds
Mold Spores Pollen Viruses
Couple of chemists working at the lab in a chemical plant and mixing products in test tubes

01Polarized filtration

Polarized filtration of air results in improved cleaning performance because of its three-dimensional particle attachment to media fibers, compared to the single-dimensional trapping of traditional passive filtration.

02Effectively Cleaning Indoor Air

By thoroughly purifying indoor air, ventilation requirements can be decreased, leading to cost savings from reduced fan energy usage and decreased equipment horsepower needs.

03Contaminating Particles

The majority of particle count in any space is composed of millions of ultra-fine particles, which pose the greatest health risk, but they only make up a tiny fraction of the total mass. Conversely, a small number of larger particles contribute to the bulk of the mass.

VOC and OdourVOC and odour removal

EIA Cleaners are effective in removing VOCs and odors. This is achieved through the use of active-field polarization and particle agglomeration. As particles pass through the polarized media, they become polarized and attracted to other particles, VOCs, and odour molecules, forming larger particles that are easily captured.

Gas phase contaminants can originate from various sources, both inside and outside of a building. Indoors, they may come from furniture, cleaning supplies, paint and finishes, and human activity. Outdoors, they may result from combustion processes such as vehicles, kitchen exhaust, and diesel generators.

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Biological Contaminants

EIA’s Sterile Sweep Germicidal UVC Lamps offer effective control of
airborne organisms when mounted onto EIA Air Cleaners.

What our clients
are sayingClients

Easy to work with!

I can’t praise Easton Industrial Air enough for their exceptional and quality service. They transformed our workspace air, improving health and efficiency.

Casper Meyers

Timely and budget-friendly!

The service was on time and on budget. Great advice on product and pricing.


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