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Planning your IAQ solution.

Start planning your space.

We first recommend discovering your indoor air quality challenge. Once you’ve completed that step, you’re ready to start planning out your indoor air quality solution. We’ve compiled a few key resources for you to start planning.

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Tools and Resources

We’re here to help you through every step of your journey. From learning about your indoor air quality challenge to planning a real and effective solution. HealthWay Family of Brands is committed to providing the very best resources and information for you and your spaces.

Indoor Air Quality Challenges Square Footage Calculator Coverage Calculator Energy Savings Calculator
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What's your square footage?

According to the EPA, when purchasing an air purifier, a buyer should compare the square footage of their space(s) to that of the manufacturer’s recommendations. By doing so, the right solution can be chosen for the right size space.

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Start planning coverage using our air purifiers.

Utilizing the square footage of your space(s), you can begin planning a real solution. Choose from our best-in-class air purification devices to see how many units you need, the coverage that each one is rated to cover, and how you can pair air purifiers together.

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Learn how HealthWay® helps operators save money with a leading IAQ solution.

In today’s world, it’s not enough to have a good solution – shareholders and operators are searching for environmentally responsible technologies. Utilize our energy savings calculator to estimate how HealthWay® DFS compares to some common air cleaning alternatives.

A MERV rating, also known as a Minimum Efficiency Reporting Values, reports a filter’s ability to capture particles between 0.3 and 10 microns (µm). This value is helpful in comparing the performance of different filters. The higher the MERV rating the better the filter is at trapping specific types of particles.


MERV Rating Average Particle Size Efficiency in Microns
1-4 3.0 – 10.0 less then 20%
6 3.0 – 10.0: 49.9%
8 3.0 – 10.0: 84.9%
10 1.0 – 3.0: 50% – 64.9%, 3.0 – 10.0: 85% or greater
12 1.0 – 3.0: 80% – 89.9%, 3.0 – 10.0: 90% or greater
14 0.3 – 1.0: 75% – 85%, 1.0 – 3.0: 90% or greater
16 0.3 – 1.0: 95% or greater
DFS 0.3 – 1.0: 98% or greater


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HEPA stands for “high-efficiency particulate air” (filter). A HEPA filter is a mesh-like sheet of dense interwoven synthetic or glass fibers. True HEPA filters are rated to capture particles at an efficiency of 99.97% down to 0.3 microns in size.

When shopping for air purification it’s important to do your research prior to making a purchase. A common misconception people have with HEPA filters is any air filter with the name HEPA in it is the same. People need to reconsider air purifiers that use the terms “HEPA-type” or “HEPA-like”. These terms are misleading, and these devices likely cannot remove particles as small as a “True HEPA” filter. There is no standard set in place for “HEPA-like” and “HEPA-type” products so this should set off an alarm that these filters don’t meet HEPA standards.


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You're on the Planner page, ready for the next step?



Learn and take a deep dive into your IAQ challenge. This will help you build up a foundation and learn the principles of indoor air quality.



What surrounds us matters. Learn about your space(s) and start planning how to solve your indoor air quality challenge.



Taking the information learned during Discovery and Planning. Find the right solution and partner to make a real impact in your space.

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