Founded in 2004 in Quebec, Canada, by Helder Pedro, the president of Airpura. Helder identified the need for clean indoor air after seeing how the declining outdoor air quality was affecting the air in our homes and ultimately, the negative impact this was having on people’s health. Since people spend more than 90% of their lives indoors, he realized this was a huge health risk and decided to do something about it. He developed a prototype for an air purifier which was able to filter out all of the allergens, chemicals, bacteria and viruses from the air, leaving only clean air. Since then, the company has developed the 600 series of air purifiers, featuring several models with the innovative and patented filtration system featuring three levels of powerful filtration able to filter out 99.97% of airborne chemicals, microorganisms, smoke, etc., as small as 0.3 microns. All units are manufactured at the facilities in Laval. Airpura strives to have the smallest environmental footprint possible, while creating an air purifier that delivers unparalleled performance.
After a period of steady growth and brand awareness among consumers, Airpura has made inroads into some of the world’s biggest markets. Airpura now has over 100 distributors around the world including USA, Canada, Korea, and now China. Airpura is also looking to expand its reach with new markets in Europe and Asia.
Airpura remains committed to developing solutions that bring clean indoor air to people around the world with the belief that clean air is a right, not a privilege. We help people live longer and healthier lives by providing them with the best air quality
WHY IS INDOOR AIR QUALITY SO IMPORTANT?
Indoor air quality can be up to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air and contaminated with germs, chemicals, allergens and more.
BENEFITS OF CLEAN INDOOR AIR:
- Removal of VOCs, chemicals, and odors can keep your respiratory system contaminant-free.
-Reduce your chances of getting colds and the flu.
-Reduces breathing problems such as asthma and allergies.
-Can improve students’ overall academic performance in schools.