Last year Austin Air Systems released a toolkit that helps wildfire victims get cleaner, safer air in their homes, schools, and workplaces. This year, Austin revised the toolkit and added new, pertinent information.


The toolkit (located at is an educational resource for anyone affected by a wildfire. It educates people on: 


  • the dangers of wildfire smoke
  • how far smoke travels
  • proper cleanup and remediation
  • how toxins from wildfire smoke can impact human health 


Austin Air also provides resources for businesses and schools to ensure employees and children stay safe during wildfire season, including funding opportunities available to get free air purifiers for classrooms and workplaces.


The toolkit includes podcast interviews with the Dahl family, where they talk about their story of survival after the Woolsey wildfire. It includes an interview with Frank Carroll, managing partner of Professional Forest Management, LLC, where he discusses wildfire effects and proper cleanup and remediation. 


The toolkit also contains a section on the importance of clean air during and after a wildfire. This is especially important for those with underlying respiratory conditions, such as COPD, long-haul Covid, or asthma as smoke exposure could trigger or worsen symptoms.


How To Clean the Air After A Wildfire


The Austin Air HEPA air purifiers are an important part of the approach to mitigate the effects of wildfire smoke. The medical grade HEPA used in the Austin Air HealthMate Plus effectively removes up to 99% of particles larger than 0.1 microns. It also eliminates a wide range of gasses, chemicals, VOCs and formaldehydes. This broad-spectrum adsorption makes it the best choice for people exposed to smoke from wildfires.


That’s why Austin Air is the most trusted choice by many wildfire victims and doctors across the country. The company has helped countless wildfire victims return to normal life. Austin Air has been a trusted first responder in many other disaster situations, such as Hurricane Katrina, Hurricane Sandy, and the 2015 SoCal gas leak in California. And Austin Air purifiers have also been deployed by FEMA and the American Red Cross following other disasters, including the devastation of 9/11. 


Austin Air Systems has shipped hundreds of thousands of air purifiers to areas affected by wildfire smoke. Austin Air is also recommended and sold by doctors in wildfire areas. 


Austin Air Systems is also located in Buffalo, New York with all units handcrafted in the world’s largest air cleaner manufacturing facility. That means no supply chain issues. Austin Air has sold to more than 100 countries. 

Sign up for a discount code on the toolkit at