Surgically Clean Air Protects Staff in One of North America’s Oldest Universities
The University of Toronto is a globally top-ranked public research university in Toronto, Canada. It was founded by royal charter in 1827 as King’s College making it one of the oldest universities in North America. The university has over 7,000 academics and support staff and over 60,000 students.
The University of Toronto has several buildings spread throughout various campuses in the Greater Toronto Area. Their first need was to provide a healthier air environment in the Continuing Dental Education facility.
Their first Surgically Clean Air commercial unit was purchased in 2016 and installed in their Don Mills CE Centre.
Not only did the Surgically Clean Air Commercial unit protect the staff and students in the CE Centre, but it also became a vital lead source for many dentists that attended CE courses and subsequently purchased Surgically Clean Air units for their dental practices. More recently (2020), the University ordered additional Jade units for a critical laboratory in their main downtown Toronto campus.
Want to keep up to date with best practices for air management?
Subscribe to our newsletter!