AirPur Pro

Indoor Air Quality

Industrial Hygiene

HEPA filters Integrity testing (PAO)

Cleanroom Certification

Cleanliness of HVAC System Assessment

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Indoor Air Quality
Industrial Hygiene
HEPA Filters Integrity Testing (PAO)
Cleanroom Certification
Cleanliness of HVAC System Assessment
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About Us

AirPur Pro Inc is a company offering the following services: Indoor Air Quality Assessment, Industrial Hygiene Expertise, HEPA Filter Integrity Testing (PAO), Cleanroom Certification and HVAC System cleanliness Assessment.

Our multidisciplinary team brings together professionals in industrial hygiene, occupational health and safety, biology, building and HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) systems. We offer personalized, quality services, according to your needs.

Please do not hesitate to contact our team.

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In controlled environments, HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filters are typically installed to provide good filtration of particles of the air, down to a size as small as 0.3 microns, with an efficiency of up to 99.97%. If the latter are installed improperly or if their integrity is compromised, they will no longer be able to ensure optimal filtration of the latter, which could contaminate aseptic environments and have serious consequences on air quality, as well as quality of products manufactured in this kind of environment.

Please do not hesitate to contact us to test the integrity of your HEPA filters. Whether it’s for your air purification units, used in your cleaning and decontamination projects or your cleanrooms, our technicians can offer you this service, according to your needs.

Our staff have been trained with major certification bodies like the NEBB (National Environmental Balancing Bureau) and others.

This type of test is conducted according to the standards of the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) and ISO 14644-3 for cleanrooms.

The test consists of introducing a PAO (Poly Alpha Olefin) type oil in the form of aerosols upstream of the filter and scanning the number of particles (equal to or greater than 0.3 microns) passing through the filter, downstream of the latter.