How Is Indoor Air Quality Measured?

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is a measure of the indoor air quality in buildings. IAQ is particularly important when it comes to health and comfort. Indoor air can contain numerous contaminants, including mold and spores, carbon monoxide and radon, bacteria, viruses, vehicle engine exhaust, asbestos and clay, to name a few, all of which pose…

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How Air Quality Improves Office Productivity

The productivity of your office is directly tied to your bottom line. Productivity is a popular topic – and rightfully so. But many workplaces tend to overlook and perhaps even entirely miss a very important factor altogether: air quality. Indeed, even office workers are not immune to air pollution. Indoor air quality is a common…

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3 Ways Hospitals Can Prevent Airborne Contamination

Keeping indoor air quality in hospitals safe requires health professionals to consider many factors. It prevents contamination and infection issues that result from microorganisms and the compromised immune systems of patients. Knowing how to prevent airborne pathogens from causing these and other issues protects patients and staff. This supports the healing process and can improve…

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4 Industries That Require Custom Critical Air Filters

Critical air filters (HEPA and ULPA) are used in a wide range of industries. Unlike standard “off-the-shelf” filters, custom designed air filters provide optimal function, performance and pressure drop to meet the specific needs of agricultural, dental, and disaster recovery industries among many others. Custom designed air filters make it possible to accomplish essential requirements…

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