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.
Hotel back of house areas may be a common source of offensive odours and odour complaints. These areas may include garbage / refuse rooms, loading docks, commercial kitchens, designated outdoor smoking areas or sewer.
There are many aspects to consider when maintaining effective air quality and freedom from contamination in Pharmaceutical, Biotech and Hospital Laboratory environments. Obvious considerations include compliance (or better) with various state and federal standards.
Airepure’s ongoing support ensures clean, healthy air to the terminal buildings at Tullamarine Airport, Melbourne Critical to successful operation of any airport is ensuring that potent aviation fuel fumes and odours are kept out.
In Victoria one water board was faced with the dilemma over how to remove fumes from sewerage access when service staff are called on to reline them, make repairs etc. Clearly there were Occupational.
Because two types of gas-phase filters are frequently being marketed for the same applications, one must be able to evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of using one over the other. Public attention to indoor.