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Johnstone’s Trade launches Air Pure

Johnstone’s Trade has launched Air Pure, an innovative bio-based wall and ceiling paint proven to purify indoor air, helping architects and designers respond to increasing calls for improved air quality in buildings.

On average, we spend 90% of our time indoors, where air can be up to 10 times more polluted than outdoor air, containing a number of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). This includes formaldehyde, which is present in all houses and public spaces and is emitted from a range of common indoor materials, such as chipboards, carpets and furniture.

Once applied, Air Pure’s revolutionary Air Purifying Technology removes up to 70% of formaldehyde from the air, helping to neutralise the indoor environment, which is a growing consideration for bodies such as BREEAM, LEED and the WELL Building Institute. Air Pure is also 45% bio-based and the packaging is made entirely from recycled materials, contributing to a more sustainable world.



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