Air Filtration in Educational Facilities

Schools and universities present unique challenges to maintaining good indoor air quality (IAQ). Gymnasiums, classrooms, auditoriums, and cafeterias must all meet different IAQ standards. Additionally, darkrooms and laboratory classrooms require air filtration at the molecular level to keep gaseous contaminants to a minimum.

Energy Savings Utilizing Pressure Drop as a Barometer of When to Change Air Filters

One of the most important parts of your Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system is the air filter. Besides protecting building occupants from harmful contaminants, the type and efficiency of an air filter determines the amount of electricity required to push the air through and as a result, affects cost.

Air Filtration Guide to Odor Control

Odor control in any facility can be difficult to manage without air filters or designed to filter and remove the contaminants/gases causing the odor issue. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), particulate matter, and moisture are often the most common sources of indoor odors in a commercial or industrial setting.


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