Air For Life, a pioneering force in air purification, is dedicated to ushering in a new era of clean and healthy indoor environments. Employing state-of-the-art technology to mitigate health risks and enhance well-being, the company draws inspiration from NASA’s cutting-edge innovations, originally developed for the Mars Rover 2020 mission.
Over the past 15 years, Air For Life has meticulously honed its proprietary nanotechnology, resulting in advancements that promise to redefine air quality on a global scale. Their innovative approach harnesses human-friendly negative ions.
Air For Life firmly believes that businesses and industries across the UK should prioritize employee well-being, offering not only conducive workspaces for efficient job performance but also environments where clean air is a fundamental component.
Air For Life’s product range caters to businesses of all sizes, from spas enhancing the customer experience to call centres improving employee efficiency.
Jay Vitale, CEO of Air For Life, said: “Companies have invested in excellent catering and wellness facilities, but far too often, they overlook a crucial aspect of employee well-being: clean air. As we adapt to hybrid working models, there’s an opportunity not only to ensure that office buildings are equipped with clean air but to take it a step further by ensuring that home workspaces also enjoy the same level of air purity.”
Professor Nabarun Ghosh PhD, R&D Lead at Air For Life, added: “I’ve witnessed Air For Life’s unwavering commitment to democratising the benefits of our space-inspired innovations and it’s brilliant to be part of the team. Clean air is no longer a luxury but a fundamental human right.”Click below to share this article