COVID-19 - 4 Low-Cost HVAC Steps to Mitigate Coronavirus in Your Building

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General Measures for Cleaner Indoor Air

HVAC Standards Bodies Weigh In Guidelines are ever changing, but both ASHRAE (the standard setting body in the US for heating, AC and refrigeration) and REHVA (the European equivalent) have been coming out with some warnings and recommendations. ASHRAE’s Environmental Health Committee says we need to take the threat of virus spreading through the HVAC [...]

By | June 2nd, 2020|HVAC, Refrigeration, Safety, Technology|Comments Off on General Measures for Cleaner Indoor Air

4 Low-Cost HVAC Steps to Mitigate Coronavirus in Your Building

  While there is no guaranteed way to eliminate all pathogens from the air in your building, there are some steps you can take to reduce the chances of spreading them through your building via your HVAC system: Clean and disinfect your HVAC components Install MERV-13 filters Install in-duct air ionizers Optimize the fresh air [...]

By | May 6th, 2020|Business, HVAC, Planned Maintenance, Safety|Comments Off on 4 Low-Cost HVAC Steps to Mitigate Coronavirus in Your Building

Cracked Heat Exchangers Can Introduce Carbon Monoxide into Your Building

  Inspect now before you need to heat your building.  Yes - It's still nice and warm outside - but it gets cold fast in North Carolina. For Raleigh, the average low temperature in September is 61 - and the average low in October is 48.  You'll be needing the heat in the mornings before you [...]

By | September 28th, 2016|Energy Efficiency, Equipment Repairs, Safety|0 Comments