Is your building sick?
Indoor air quality has become a serious concern to businesses, building managers, tenants, and their employees, especially in recent times.
There are many things that can negatively affect the “health” of a building. Lack of fresh air ventilation can cause recirculation of biological contaminants, chemical pollutants, and poor air quality. Proper air changes are important and vary based on the type of building application.
Too high or too low humidity levels can promote growth for molds and spores and can cause respiratory issues. It can also cause harm to the structure of the building and the materials inside the space.
The humidity levels should normally range between 40-60%RH. There are ways to properly maintain these levels, and it begins with the correct equipment and design.
Proper air filtration will capture particulate and minimize dust and circulation of contaminants. It will also help keep your HVAC system and ductwork clean and operating more efficiently.
With the advent of Covid-19 and the unknown strains mutating from it,we recommend installation of air purification devices which will help to keep your people and building safe
UV lights, Bi-polar ionizers, upgraded filters and increased ventilation are some ways to protect your business and help give “peace of mind” to the building occupants.
This photo shows UV lights installed inside of a roof top unit to sterilize the air. The UV light kills mold, viruses, and bacteria as it passes by. The UV lights can also be installed near the air conditioning coil to sterilize the coil and drain pan area where mold growth is most active.
Bi-polar ionizing air purifiers can be installed easily on the duct system, are very effective and require no maintenance. They have a patent-pending self-cleaning design. They are very effective at killing mold, bacteria, and viruses.They also significantly reduce allergens, odors, smoke, static electricity, and other airborne particles.
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