Most casinos are losing revenue because they struggle to control tobacco smoke on their gaming floor.

Improve your air quality and take control of your guest experience with our Clean Air Solution.

Poor air quality from cigarette smoke is significantly impacting your bottom line.

Decreased Gaming Revenue

  • Negative Reviews
  • Customer Complaints
  • Damaged Reputation
  • Leave Gaming Floor Early

Higher Operating Costs

  • Energy Consumption
  • Failed Solutions
  • Masking Agents
  • Maintenance Costs

Lower Employee Morale

  • Decreased Productivity
  • Health & Safety
  • Absenteeism
  • Employee Turnover

How does our Clean Air Solution work?

Air Purification

Install an active technology that will seek out and destroy tobacco odors on the gaming floor.

Complete Coverage

Use existing supply diffusers to eliminate odors across the entire gaming floor.

Monitoring & Data Logging

24/7 monitoring ensures your air is consistently free of odors and in compliance.

Monitoring & Data Logging

24/7 monitoring ensures your air is consistently free of odors and in compliance.

Eliminate Embedded Odors

Destroy tobacco odors embedded in carpet, furniture, and fixtures.


Our Commitment To Your Satisfaction

Take control of tobacco smoke in three steps


During this initial call, our team will get an understanding of your air quality challenges and your existing HVAC equipment.


Our in house air quality specialist will engineer a customized solution that will meet and exceed your needs.


Sit back and watch clean, fresh air, constantly delivered to your casino floor with your air quality on auto pilot.

“Once we installed the Casino Air system, our negative reviews dropped by over 90%, and the casino floor and hotel lobby have taken on a whole new personality. Our air quality now rivals any on the strip.”

Ben Donnellan | Treasure Island Casino, Las Vegas

In addition to clean air, you will also enjoy significant energy savings and improved occupant well-being.

Lower energy costs

Improve and automate HVAC performance

  • Maximize ventilation efficiency
  • Lower energy costs
  • Optimize building performance

“The return on investment has been exceptional. We are able to re-circulate 50-75% of the conditioned air from the casino floor. This reduces our energy costs several million dollars a year compared to the 100% outside air design offered by other companies.”

Gordon Sjodin | Chickasaw Nation
Improve occupant well-being

Create a safe and comfortable environment for your employees

  • Increase employee performance
  • Attract and retain top talent
  • Reduce complaints and sick days

Paradise Casino in Yuma, AZ knew their employees were suffering from exposure to secondhand smoke and decided that clean air was a valuable employee benefit.
They reported a 50% reduction in employee absenteeism in the first year as a Casino Air customer.

Paradise Casino | Yuma, AZ

Indoor air quality products

Frequently asked questions

What does a "Sustainable IAQ Strategy" mean?

The standard approach for better air quality consists of the dilution of pollutants with as much outside air as possible. This is done through your existing HVAC system which can be very energy intensive.

Our approach is to clean and purify the air inside your casino. This allows you to maximize the recirculation of conditioned air while still achieving optimal air quality for occupants. Demand controlled ventilation dramatically reduces energy consumption and lowers the carbon footprint of the building. Clean air has a direct and positive impact on a sustainable future.

Does it apply to smoking and non-smoking casinos?

Yes! Non-smoking casinos are filled with many pollutants that need adequate filtration and purification. The same “Sustainable IAQ Strategy” applies to all buildings. Casinos that allow smoking are dealing with the addition of a very toxic and invasive pollutant. The approach is still the same but a greater sense of urgency is required to provide a cleaner, safer environment for occupants.

What is Demand Controlled Ventilation?

Demand-controlled ventilation (DCV) is an energy-saving control strategy that regulates the rate at which outdoor air is delivered to a zone based on air-pollutant sensors or occupancy sensors.

What is IAQ Monitoring?

Indoor air quality monitoring is the process of gathering continuous data on the particles, gasses, and chemicals present in your air. The goal of collecting this data is to identify trends, spot problem areas, and make adjustments accordingly.