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Published on: Feb. 18, 2020, 6:44 p.m.
Clairco offers clean air as a service for businesses in an affordable and measurable manner
  • Offering a cost-effective and sustainable solution for its customers. Credit: Clairco

By Business India Editorial

Clairco, short for Clean Air Company, is an air purifying solutions company that serves to offer clean air as a service for businesses in an affordable and measurable manner. The company does this by providing air quality measurement solutions and retrofitting its air purification device to existing air conditioners. Its services allow big businesses transform indoor air quality at a large scale making for happier and healthier employees.

The company makes IoT-based air quality monitors (AQMs) which measure key air quality parameters in real time that display data on a dashboard connected to a Web platform and/or a mobile application.

Clairco also manufactures technologies to integrate air filters in existing air conditioners offering a cost-effective and sustainable solution for its customers. The company adds air purification capabilities to any kind of air conditioning systems (split AC, cassette AC, VRV and central AC) by retrofitting low drag filters onto them thus increasing the purification levels manifold without hampering the performance of the acs.

Another interesting feature is its robust air monitoring system. Based on predictive analysis and using connective devices, Clairco accurately analyses air quality in a space to be able to decide the type of filters to be installed. It uses real-time data from the AQMs to predict the life of filters and clean or replace them accordingly. Its team of technicians works to prevent clogging of the filters and to ensure clean air, guarantee clean air at all times. The filters used are completely bio-degradable making them a zero-pollution product.

*Co-authored by Starlene Sharma, advisor to start-ups and investors


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