ThinkLite Air

Healthy Buildings, Healthy Occupants.

Now more than ever it is important to know what is in the air that you are breathing.

Air within ThinkLite Air’s Monitored Air Zone is monitored by the world’s most advanced air monitoring system, The Flair. The air is measured for the presence of the viral loads including COVID, SARS, Pertussis, and Influenza. In addition, the presence of pathogen carriers, CO2, temperature and humidity are monitored.   

Flair Air Safety


ThinkLite Air

Transparency that inspires confidence

Public Dashboard provide real-time information on your office’s air quality. Accessible through public monitors or through QR codes which allow a real-time view of the air quality in your facility.

What to look for in your air quality?

The Air Quality Index was developed by the Environmental Protection agency as a means of measuring how polluted air is in a given area. Think of the AQI as a yardstick that runs from 0 to 500. The higher the AQI value, the greater the level of air pollution and the greater the health concern. For example, an AQI value of 50 or below represents excellent air quality, while an AQI value over 300 represents hazardous air quality.

What is a viral load?

Viral load refers to the amount of viral particulate matter in the surrounding air. This is expressed as the number of viral particles in each cubic foot of space. Higher viral loads can have different implications for different viruses but typically means the infection is progressing. Through monitoring, you receive up to the minute information on whether harmful particulate matter is in the air.

What is a VOC?

Volatile Organic Compounds are the natural gasses that are omitted from human made chemicals that are used in paints, lacquers paint strippers, cleaning supplies, pesticides, building materials and furnishings. Volatile organic compounds act as the carriers to harmful pathogens in the surrounding air and are often found 10x greater in indoor environments.

You are in a monitored air zone.

The information on indoor air quality that is collected is used to understand if there is harmful particulate matter in the air and to understand temperature, humidity, and CO2 levels which in the wrong levels can be a breeding ground for bacteria.

 For information on Clean Air Zones