Air Filtration Guide to Odor Control

Odor control in any facility can be difficult to manage without air filters or designed to filter and remove the contaminants/gases causing the odor issue. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), particulate matter, and moisture are often the most common sources of indoor odors in a commercial or industrial setting.

What You Need to Know About Air Quality in Data Centers

Data center air filtration is not only important to building occupant health, but it is also an important component of ensuring proper data transfer and electronic component stability.

Recent changes in regulations have left data centers more vulnerable than ever to equipment failure, and the insulating properties of some contaminants can cause cooling costs to skyrocket.

Furthermore, the increased use of free cooling, especially in urban areas, has led to increased rates of failure of electronic components from the contaminants that make their way indoors.

Indoor Air Quality: Filtering Transportation Sector Pollutants

Air pollution from transportation sources (i.e., planes, trains and automobiles) affect both outdoor and indoor air quality. Lack of clean air due to the transportation sector contributes to most health issues caused by air pollution in the United States. HVAC air handlers, which are designed to help clean the air by incorporating air filters, alone, cannot guarantee acceptable levels of indoor air pollutants.


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