Los Angeles International Airport

Passengers, Crew Members, and Employees at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) were complaining of Jet Fuel Odours (VOC’s) inside the terminals, Food and Beverage Outlet Odours, Odours from Retail Outlets, and generally poor Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) causing eye, throat and nose irritation. Being located near a waste water treatment plant added to the odour problems.

AtmosAir’s bi-polar ionisation air purification system was first installed at the Tom Bradley International Terminal. Within a short time, the complaints reduced and the indoor air quality was substantially improved.

Today, AtmosAir has been installed in over 200+ AHU’s in the Midfield Terminal, and Terminals 1,3,4,5 and 7.

“AtmosAir’s Bi-Polar ionisation technology, from what we have found, works
well to combat jet fume odours to improve air quality here at LAX. We have all the terminals with AtmosAir systems in place and they require very little
maintenance and have worked for us as intended – to purify the air and also
clean and purify the HVAC system. We have been very satisfied with this

Rich Yakel, Manager, Los Angeles World Airports, HVAC and Maintenance