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PuriFi plans Clean Air Store in Scottsdale

PuriFi will unveil its first-ever clean air store on August 14, 2023, a groundbreaking initiative aimed to give consumers an immersive indoor air quality experience demonstrating how the company’s air purification technologies work in real time.

Spanning 5500 square feet, the PuriFi Store in the Promenade Scottsdale shopping center will provide consumers with a transformative clean air experience.

PuriFi is an Arizona-based company with its corporate headquarters located in Scottsdale, AZ, and maintains local manufacturing of its air purification systems for residential and commercial clients.

“This is a first-of-its-kind clean air experience,” says PuriFi President Jerry McGuire. “Our goal with the PuriFi Store is to share the immediate impact of breathing cleaner air with consumers and visually show them the difference in air quality between our PuriFi-ed environment and a typical home or business.”

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Air pollution can be significantly worse indoors than outdoors, according to recent reports from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The PuriFi Store will deliver a proven air quality experience that demonstrates its indoor air is two to five times and up to 100 times cleaner than outdoor air.

“When customers visit our facilities,” McGuire says, “What we consistently hear from them is that they immediately see, feel, and smell the difference. The air is so crisp and clean. It’s palpable.”

As visitors enter the PuriFi Store, they will be greeted by a 7-foot-tall smart screen streaming real-time air quality data. To the right, guests can explore a model living room designed to show typical home air quality. On the left, there is a welcome desk where air quality specialists can provide personalized guidance and expertise.

PuriFi’s technology has demonstrated the capability to achieve air quality that is much better than outdoor air. By using state-of-the-art laser technology, the PuriFi Store makes invisible particles visible, providing consumers with a visual demonstration of the typical air quality in their home or business. The store’s 20×10 foot LED wall showcases the stark contrast between airborne particle concentrations found in typical indoor environments versus the PuriFi-ed air within the store.

PuriFi’s commitment to transparency is evident in its testing procedures and publicly shared performance reports, which are conducted by independent laboratories.

The store will open its doors officially in August 14, where PuriFi will provide an immersive experience for consumers to learn about and personally experience the transformative power of clean air.

ABOUT PURIFI LABS

Arizona-based PuriFi Labs develops, manufactures, and distributes air quality management systems for residential homes, small businesses and large-scale commercial buildings. The company’s Airborne Molecular Purification (AMP) technology cleans indoor air and surfaces by neutralizing and removing airborne particles at the molecular level, reducing contaminants including allergens, odors, particulates, bacteria, pathogens, mold, and viruses. PuriFi AMP technology has been tested by multiple independent laboratories under real-world conditions demonstrating remarkable results for purifying indoor air. Full laboratory tests can be found at www.purifilabs.com/test-reports

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