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Ventilation in Schools

Ventilation in Schools

Ventilation in Schools Our children are not being exposed to a clean, healthy school environment. With 53 million school children and 120,000 schools in the United States, at least 50% of these schools have Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) problems. In fact, school...
Healthy Indoor Air Quality

Healthy Indoor Air Quality

Healthy Indoor Air Quality Indoor air quality (IAQ) is essential to a building’s health and productivity, so adequate maintenance and the control of indoor air contaminants are essential. HVAC systems are the key to regulating IAQ, temperature control, and air...
What is a Negative Pressure Room?

What is a Negative Pressure Room?

A negative pressure room is designed to prevent the cross-contamination of airborne pathogens, radioactive isotopes, gases, volatile organic compounds, and other airborne particles, chemicals, and contaminants that may be injurious to human health. Where are negative...
How to Improve Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

How to Improve Indoor Air Quality (IAQ)

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the quality of the air in and around buildings, especially how it affects the health, comfort, and well-being of a building’s employees or occupants. As most Americans spend the majority of their time working and living indoors, IAQ...
Tips For Choosing a Commercial HVAC System

Tips For Choosing a Commercial HVAC System

There is no such thing as a simple decision when it comes to choosing a commercial HVAC system. Each building – and sometimes each part of a building – has different requirements for indoor air quality (IAQ), which is influenced by the building’s design,...