The Role of Air Filtration in Protecting Your Workforce from Productivity Loss

There is a growing concern about the current state of the environment and the negative effects it is having on the health of the American people. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lists air quality among the top five hazardous influences U.S. citizens face on a daily basis. Businesses operating with poor air quality put their employee’s health and wellbeing as well as machine life at risk. When poor air quality causes employee illness, that effect directly translates into lower productivity and lost profits.

Why ISO 16890 is Good News for Gas Turbines

Gas turbines ingest enormous quantities of air. In especially harsh conditions, gas turbines can be subject to fouling and erosion due to fine dust particles. The new ISO 16890 standard focuses on these fine dust particles and has changed testing and classification methods for air filters.


Indoor Air Quality in Medical Waiting Rooms

Waiting in a doctor’s office is rarely a pleasant experience. Besides worrying about the germs on magazines, chairs, tables, and toys, patients are aware that the air they breathe can potentially be rife with pathogens. Patients need quality air in medical waiting rooms likely more than anywhere else. These environments need to be free from bacteria and viruses as well as be comfortable for people.


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