One Elementary School Reported 61% Fewer Student Sick Days the First Year
After They Installed Purifans
WICHITA, Kan., March 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Purifan, Inc. announced today that 20 additional schools in Oklahoma, California, Iowa, Texas, Illinois, New Jersey, and Kansas have installed the Purifan Clean Air Wellness System. Since Purifan started marketing to schools in 2005, more than 40 school districts have installed Purifans in classrooms. Purifan's CEO, Stan Brannan, also announced a significant number of school Superintendents are considering installing Purifans in classrooms to improve student and teacher wellness, increase attendance and raise student test scores.
At the AASA National Conference on Education held February 14-16 in Tampa, Florida, sponsored by the American Association of School Administrators, Purifan's CEO, Stan Brannan, made several presentations in the AASA Wellness Pavilion. The Purifan presentations informed school administrators about the benefits being reported by schools, of aggressively filtering the classroom air to make it healthier for students and teachers. The Purifan Clean Air Wellness System typically filters classroom air about forty times per hour, removing airborne particles, allergens and odors. Studies have also indicated this level of air filtration can reduce the airborne spread of contagious illness including colds and flu.
"Asthma is the number one chronic illness for children and the number
one cause of missed school days, and Superintendents were very interested
in our Wellness Program and more than 100 school districts requested
follow-up meetings or trial installations," stated Stan Brannan, CEO of
Purifan. "School administrators know that families and teachers are
spending a lot of money on respiratory health issues like allergies and
Asthma," he continued. "Most school districts want to reduce absenteeism
and lower teacher health insurance costs, and we believe our
|SOURCE Purifan, Inc.|
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