Air flushing is a technique performed to clean the air after construction just prior to building/office occupancy to remove some of the pollutants, such as formaldehyde and other volatile organic compounds (VOCs), from fresh paint, materials, and furnishings. These include flooring and flooring adhesives, paints and finishes, caulks and sealants, and cabinets and work surfaces made from composite lumber products.
Air flushing process aims to improve indoor air quality (IAQ) by limiting occupants’ exposure to the most intense period of contamination and minimizing the cross-contamination between materials by way of stringent purification using carbon filter and HEPA filtration.
It uses an Air Scrubber, a portable air filtration system which draws air from the surrounding environment and passes it through a series of filters then pushes the now clean air out into the atmosphere. It captures microscopic particle as small as 0.3 microns with an efficiency of 99.97%–helping improve air quality.