Air Filtration and its Practical Application in the Hospital Environment The essential functions of air filters are to improve indoor air quality and to protect downstream equipment and facility components. Within hospital environments, air quality.
Commercial Building Filtration Standards: Making Sense of Recent Changes Recently there have been significant changes in the normally sleepy world of filter test standards and overall building “wellness” ratings. Greater focus has been placed.
Air Filters: Considerations in Maintaining Air Quality & Energy Efficiency To some, the humble air filter is commonly misunderstood as just “a thing in the duct that blocks air flow”. Whilst that is in.
The mere mention of “Legionella Pneumophila” (Legionnaires disease) is a cause of panic for most people involved in buildings, where large numbers of people are housed. This is for good reason, as while these.
Considering the vast number of Hospitals and Medical Centres within Australia, one would expect that the solutions for Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) would be routine. However, while the aims of good IAQ are easy.
A position document on “Filtration and Air Cleaning” was recently published by ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers). This document is well worth reading as it resolves a number of contentious issues with.