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Air Purifiers

We continuously circulate and measure air for higher purification efficiency. This means that you can enjoy clean, fresh air throughout our work spaces. Our air purifiers located around office work continuously and can purify all air in an hour.

Many of us spend vast amounts of time in the office. Whether we’re writing emails, attending meetings, or chatting over the water cooler, the piece of office work that is most constant is breathing. The air in our workplaces has a huge impact on physical and psychological health, morale, and productivity, so it is paramount that it is as clean as possible.

3-Stage Filtration Systems Including HEPA H13 Air Filter

West Quay Offices is surrounded by air purifiers, which feature a HEPA filtration system that removes 99.97% of pollutants and allergens from the air.

While we run a purification cycle for all the air in our work spaces in the early morning, air purifiers work continuously throughout the day. You can also see air measurements on display and enjoy the purified air all day long.

Our air purifiers located around the office work continuously and can purify all the air in an hour. This makes each space perfect for people who may have allergies or asthma, as it can help to remove harmful pollutants from the air.

Each meeting room is also equipped with its own air purifier, and we run a purification cycle after each meeting so you can breathe your own purified air.

Improved Employee and Workplace Productivity

Employee and workplace productivity is a continual worry for all businesses. There are several reasons why your employees struggle with their productivity, and indoor air quality should not be one of them.

Our air purifiers reduce the chances of you and your employees getting sick with allergies, sick building syndrome, and other illnesses that get in the way of productivity. It also allows your employees to breathe easier and focus on work. If you have any employees with respiratory diseases like COPD, an air purifier will make it easier.

Why use air purifiers at our work spaces?

Studies show HEPA air purifiers in the office greatly improve worker productivity, ability to focus, and response time. They are also proven tools to reduce virus spread, including the flu and COVID-19.

In addition, air purifiers with HEPA filters improve the long-term health of office workers, including by helping lower high blood pressure and reducing the risks of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes.

Caring for Members

It’s important that our members feel that we care about their health and wellbeing. Recognizing that some may have asthma or allergies. Same for your team working in West Quay Offices. Allowing every individual to work in an air purified space can make a big difference in how staff view their employer. When employees feel cared for, they’re more likely to stay and recommend the organization for a longer time as a great working place.

What Does an Air Purifier Actually Do?

Simply put, office air purifiers remove impurities from the air. Our air purifiers can remove PM2.5, VOCs, bacteria and viruses like COVID-19 and influenza, pollen, dust, formaldehyde, and nitrogen dioxide, all of which have adverse effects on health if left to circulate.

Our Air Purifiers Capture or Neutralize These Common Contaminants

Research shows that 57% of offices suffer from sick building syndrome, a condition where poor air quality can cause fatigue, headaches, sinus infections, asthma, chronic respiratory illnesses, pneumonia, and even cancer. By installing air purifiers, we remove the harmful elements in the air that contribute to sick building syndrome, reducing the likelihood that any of these outcomes will affect you and your staff.


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What Benefits Can You Expect from Using Air Purifiers in

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Cleaner air doesn’t just improve physical health; it boosts mental health. Poor air quality has been linked to psychological distress such as depression, anxiety, restlessness, and mood swings. Keeping the air cleaner will help with overall satisfaction.

  • A Reduced Chance of Getting Seasonal Flu

    Outside of the COVID pandemic, businesses are still wrought with increasing sick days and low productivity days due to the seasonal flu. The seasonal flu rises in the late fall to early winter months as colder temperatures increase. The perfect recipe for the seasonal flu is the mixture of colder outdoor temperatures, dampness, dryer indoor environments, and spending more time indoors. In a normal year, seasonal flu outbreaks will leave offices empty and productivity low. Our air purifiers destroy or reduce flu viruses and other viral and bacterial particles in the air.

  • Minimize Risks of Sick Building Syndrome

    Sick building syndrome is described as a set of symptoms that present to building occupants but only when they are inside that building. The symptoms include common irritations, like a stuffy nose, irritated throat, headache, dry cough, and itchy skin. No one knows the exact root cause of sick building syndrome, but it could stem from the increase in air pollution, like dust, dust mites, allergens, and VOCs common in enclosed workplace settings (which is commonly where sick building syndrome comes from). Our air purifiers and continues HVAC circulation eliminate many airborne particles in our work spaces.

  • Increased Ventilation and Purification for Immunocompromised Individuals

    Finally, increased ventilation and purification are vital for individuals who are more susceptible to certain illnesses. Immunocompromised individuals and individuals with comorbidities may be in danger even when they go to work. Something as "simple" as the seasonal flu can be devastating to their immune system, causing them to fall gravely ill and miss work. It can even cause death. Our air purifiers removes many of the air pollutants that cause these illnesses. We increase air circulation without needing to introduce outdoor air, which could be harmful to individuals who are immunocompromised or have other illnesses.

  • Remove Allergens

    Allergies can significantly reduce quality of life for some people. Tiny microns of pollen and seeds irritate the airways of sufferers leaving them with a blocked or runny nose and itchy watery eyes. Spring is usually the worst time for hay fever but some people suffer from it all year round. Our air purifiers equipped with HEPA filters can take the tiniest pollutants out of the air.

  • Reduced Absenteeism & Presenteeism

    Many work days each year are lost to workers calling in sick with asthma, allergies and other related illnesses. When office staff blow their nose and suffer from tiredness or watery eyes, they probably won’t be as productive as when they’re feeling comfortable and healthy.

Do Air Purifiers Really Reduce COVID-19 Spread Indoors?

Yes, a recent CDC study showed concrete evidence that HEPA air purifiers reduce COVID-19 spread indoors. The study showed HEPA air purifiers reduced COVID-19 spread in schools by 41%.

It has also been proven to remove 99.99% of the H1N1 virus.

We Got You Covered... Because We Care

West Quay Offices operates a smart coworking and private office space controlled by thousands of lines of code, IOT devices, and sensors. Air quality and the well-being of members are the highest priorities of our smart workspace. 


Harvard Professor Joseph Allen has concluded that the productivity benefits of improving indoor air quality in offices come to $6,500 per person, while research by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has found that improvements made to indoor air quality can boost workplace performance by 10%. Our air purifier can do a huge amount of this work, translating directly into profits for your company.

Reduced Sick Days

Of course, the improved air quality fostered by air purifiers doesn’t simply reduce headaches, fatigue, and other adverse symptoms in you and your employees. It also means they’re in the office a lot more. Research has shown that IAQ improvements, such as the installation of purifiers, can reduce staff sick days by 35%. That means far fewer days struggling with a reduced workforce, and a significant cut on costs incurred by illness-related absences.

and Some Science with Test Reports of Air Purifiers We Use

Test results are provided by the manufacturer.

It is not only purified air, we also humidify

We vaporize up to 120 litres of water per month to the air in our workspaces. Especially during dry and cold Canadian winters.

Besides oxygen, the air we breathe also contains water vapour. The amount of water vapour in the air can affect your comfort, your health, and the structural integrity of the office space and its contents. Humidity is the amount of water vapour in the air.

We are all able to tell whether an indoor environment is hot or cold the moment we enter it, but perceiving the humidity of the air is not as obvious to us. Our senses are not so refined as to “feel” the moisture content of the air we breathe into our lungs or that touches our skin. However, the direct and indirect effects of dry air on our health are significant.

Prolonged exposure to a low humidity can result in discomfort and health problems associated with water loss in many organs, especially the eyes and skin. As well, this type of exposure reduces resistance to chronic and acute airborne pollution, respiratory infections and allergies.

Maintaining the optimal humidity level in the workplace improves employee comfort and protects employee health, which, in turn, reduces absenteeism and enhances productivity.

40-60% relative humidity is the ideal condition for our overall wellness, the efficient functioning of our respiratory immune system and the suppression of airborne microbes and pollutants indoors.

What are some of the problems caused by low humidity?

There are certain periods of the year when humidity can fall to very low levels. This can occur during winter periods when we experience cold, dry spells. The situation is exacerbated in today’s office by the amount of electronic equipment present and by heating the air as part of the building’s HVAC system. This heating process causes humidity levels to be reduced even further. The problems experienced from low humidity include: