You may have run this internal monologue through your head recently: What’s that smell? It smells like something’s burning. No, that’s not it…Am I breathing poisonous gas? Fortunately, we’re here to tell you that the answer is (most likely) no. This time
Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) has highlighted the need for us to be flexible as we tackle new challenges. And while the virus may be “novel” (how many times have we heard that word?), most of us are just trying to make it work with what we have. For building owners and managers
How does bipolar ionization work? Bipolar Ionization is all about oxygen ions. Outdoors, there are naturally thousands of positively and negatively charged molecules or atoms in every square inch called “ions”. Generally, the higher the ion density, the better the air qual
We’ve all heard a lot of theories lately about what’s “safe” to do indoors with other people—specifically with regard to preventing the spread of COVID-19. You may be wondering, how exactly do viruses spread indoors? How do viruses work? The first thing you need to know is that viruse
We have certainly experienced a wet winter and spring. When it’s wet outside, most of us look for telltale signs of a moisture problem like water infiltration or flooding. But did you know that excess moisture can affect your building and Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in less obvious ways?
Remember a while ago when we were talking about Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) and Building-Related Illnesses (BRI)? (If not, here’s the article.) We discussed how modern tightly-sealed buildings can produce systematic indoor air quality (IAQ) problems. Proper ventilation and HVAC contr
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