2024 will likely be the year when Internal Air Quality (IAQ) becomes a priority in Australia.

InClean Magazine’s January issue flagged IAQ as a trend this year, with The Australian Research Council Training Centre for Advanced Building Systems Against Airborne Infection Transmission promising to increase its focus in the area.

While a new study claimed Australia’s Internal Air Quality was unsafe by WHO standards.  

Bushfire smoke and Covid have also been drivers in the growth of companies designing healthy buildings with Internal Air Quality as a top priority, as Amazon has dones in the United States.


The good news is that technologies have improved significantly in the past few years and it’s now possible to get air sensors and air filters that can detect and remove particulate matter down to 1 micron.

That means measuring and eliminating everything from dust to pollen, as well as volatile compounds and even viruses, such as Covid.

This is a great leap forward for organisations and building managers who want to ensure the safety and comfort of their occupants. Aged Care facilities, schools and offices can all benefit from new products, which can be retro fitted into existing spaces.

Beyond wellbeing, pure air can also improve cognition and productivity.

Showpiece Commercial Cleaning is proud to partner with Thinklite Air to bring the Flair air sensor and the Icon and Purilux filters to the Australian market.

“From the beginning, we set out to create solutions with meticulous standards and advanced capabilities, with the true potential to help save lives. What is unique to ThinkLite tech is that it was designed to be able to detect and eliminate viral loads, and pathogens as small as 0.1 micron,” says Dinesh Wadhwani, CEO and founder of ThinkLite Air.

“Today, the pandemic has taught the world that we share the same air everywhere we go, and it is our mission to provide air safety and transparency to everybody.”

The expert team at Thinklite Air has deep experience in setting up Internal Air Quality systems and have found clients can often achieve other cost savings relating to their Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems.

Cleaning now has a new dimension. It’s not only what you can see and smell, but also the air you breathe.

The quality of internal air can be measured and can be cleaned, making it a trend for 2024.


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