When we reopened our office in May after the county-wide lockdown, we shared with you a number of changes we had implemented so that we could do so safely. One of those changes was the addition of air purifiers in our offices.
After researching various purification options, we decided to purchase the Medify Air MA 112. Purifying air best achieved when you move large volumes of air through high quality filters. We learned that Medify’s MA 112 has a CADR (“Clean Air Delivery Rate) rating of 950 CFM (cubic feet/minute), which allows them to clean larger volumes of air than most competitors’ products, and we learned that they employ H13 HEPA filters, which allows them to clean 99.9% of particles down to .1 microns!
The health of our staff and patients being so important to us, we obviously wanted to make the best possible decision. All doubt was removed when we noticed the methodology for a review of air purifiers conducted by the New York Times’ Wirecutter site had essentially used a Medify Air MA 112 to reset baseline controls for parts of their experimentation. That means they were using these make these rooms as clean as possible before beginning the next round of testing. After learning this, we quickly ordered our MA 112’s. If you’d like to learn more about their testing, you can access the review here:
In any event, we just wanted to take the opportunity to elaborate on that particular change so that you could, both figuratively and literally, breathe easier during your next visit!
Thank you so much for trusting us with your well-being! We hope you’re staying safe!