The Dangers Of DIY Air Filtration Systems

According to the EPA, indoor air is five times more toxic than outdoor air. Indoor air can contain numerous pollutants, including mold, spores, carbon monoxide, radon, bacteria, viruses, vehicle engine exhaust, asbestos, and clay, all of which pose a major health risk. In fact, studies have linked poor indoor air quality with both short-term and…

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3 Benefits Of Custom Critical Air Filters

Critical air filters (HEPA and ULPA) are used in a range of different industries, including agriculture, disaster recovery, healthcare and manufacturing. The benefits of these filters are many as you will see in more detail below. Designed For Specific Industry Needs (Critical For Highly Vulnerable Industries) Custom critical air filters are designed to meet the…

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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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