According to studies released by OSHA (www.osha.gov) and ASHRAE (www.ashrae.org), increased ventilation and air cycling rates can minimize the risk of airborne diseases spreading in our community.
Constantly diluting the air
within the space by creating consistent airflow, thus reducing any stagnant concentrations of airborne particles in a single area.
Regularly moving clean air in and contaminated air out of the building through openings such as windows, entranceways, louvers, etc.
Reduces the chance of any buildup of dirt, mold, dust or bacteria on the surface of your equipment, items and personnel.