AirCertify™ provides online air quality certification for a wide range of buildings, including offices, data centers, schools, healthcare facilities, museums, and technology spaces. AirCertify™ ensures ongoing compliance and safety.

The AirCertify™ label has a QR code link to your online air quality certificate. Scan the QR code or click on the image below to view a sample AirCertify™ certificate:

AirCertify™ in 3 Simple Steps:


Collect air quality data using one of our sampling products (see "Air Quality Data Collection").


Air sampling data is analysed in our Swiss laboratory and we email you laboratory reports.


We send you silver AirCertify™ labels printed with QR codes linked to your online certificate. AirCertify™ labels can be affixed to doors, racks, and other surfaces to demonstrate environmental due diligence.

In order to ensure compliance with air quality standards it is important that air quality data is from a trustworthy source such as an authorized AirCertify™ partner or by purchasing an AirCheckup™ sampling kit at: Please contact us if you have any questions or would like an authorized AirCertify™ partner to contact you.

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To order or update the AirCertify™ online certificate please send us the lab report number(s) that you would like to register on your AirCertify™ online certificate. We will then send you a quote.

Click here to request a quote.

AirCertify™ Benefits:

  • Promotes positive relationships with tenants, customers and employees.

  • Helps avoid lawsuits and cancellation of equipment warranties and insurance.

  • Reduce equipment downtime and increase MTBF (mean time between failures).

  • Unparalleled Swiss made quality and objectivity.

  • Trustworthy third party analysis.

Why proving environmental due diligence is more important than ever:

IT equipment manufacturers and insurers require that ASHRAE TC 9.9 recommended air quality be maintained or risk loss of insurance and warranty coverage. Settlements resulting from contamination related downtime can cost millions of dollars.

An initial study (preprint) from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health found that an increase of just 1μg/m3 in PM2.5 was associated with an 8 % increase in COVID-19 death rates. Source: World Health Organization (WHO)

"building owners must not only ensure their buildings can adequately manage IAQ and implement the appropriate measures,but they will also have to communicate their efforts" . Source: Carbon Lighthouse Study

"Contamination has been the indirect cause of more data processing downtime than all the fires, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, and disgruntled employees combined." Source: Disaster Recovery Planning