Hospitality sector levarages highly on first impression. Freshness in the air has to ne maintained throughout to make the surrounding hospitable. Fresh air that is free of smoke and pungent smells could make all the difference between losing a customer instantly and retaining one for a long period of time.
  • Hotels & Lodges
  • Bars and Smoking Rooms
  • Cafe and Lounges
  • Show rooms
  • Banquet Halls/ Restaurants
  • Function Halls
  • Gym/Spa/Saloons
Noadays, Institutions are fitted with air cinditioners throught the building, but there is inadequate ventilation which causes the unwanted gases to stay inside the system for a long period of time. This causes various illness like throat irritation, congestion, asthma, respiratory diseases, headache, lethargy and mild depression.
  • Office Cabins
  • Call Centre
  • Schools
  • Embassy
  • Coaching Centres
  • Conference Rooms
  • Colleges
  • BPO
Employee health gets affected over time on exposure to harmful contaminants like VOSs, aromatic hydrocarbons etc. Industries pertaining to electronics, printing, storage, packing, food processing all require standardized air quality to enhance their performance of high precision equipments.
  • Diamond Cutting
  • High Precision Equipments
  • R&D Centres
  • Server Rooms
  • Food Processing units
  • Instruments & control rooms
  • Printing units
Healthcare sector is a place where people are really looking forward to get treatments for their current ailments. But on the other side, indoor air quality in hospitals gets affected due to increase in number of patients diagnosed with diseases that are airborne, virus and various pathogenic microorganisms.
  • OPD Clinics
  • Waiting Rooms
  • Doctor's Chambers
  • IVF centre
  • Maternity wards
  • Diagnostic centre
  • ICU & OT