As COVID-19 continues to be a prominent part of our daily lives, we are here to help you reduce the risk of spread and put a larger focus on a healthy environment. How do we do that? Through a comprehensive, analytical, facility assessment that allows us to best determine a plan of action tailored to suit your needs, and your facility. We are your partner to understanding how to put your best foot forward in these ever-evolving times.
Ways to Improve IAQ & Reduce Spread:
- Installation of PHI Technology for Air Sanitization - Reduces air pollutants such as bacteria, mold, viruses, smoke, odors, and VOCs
- UV Lighting for Sanitization of Evap Coils
- Installation of HEPA Filters - A high-quality filter able to stop 99.97% of particles.
- Bipolar Ionization - Attacks viruses before they enter shared spaces. The ions cluster around the virus and break it down, making it inactive. Making the virus larger by clustering, increases effectiveness of filters.
- New/Replacement Equipment for Failing Equipment or Troubled Areas
- Heating/Cooling Equipment
- Appropriately Sized Equipment - We can evaluate your ability to bring in more fresh air while maintaining comfort.
- Addition of Dehumidification Equipment
- Reduces Dust, Mold, and Mildew
- Upgrades to Control Systems for Temp, Pressure, and Humidity Control
- Scheduling Run Times - Bring in more outside air or change outside air percentage.
- Room Pressure Monitors - Alarms sound when pressure is off. Reduces spread and aids in isolation rooms if needed.
- Controls Platform Upgrades for Performance and Security - Use of infra-red cameras for measuring entrant’s temperature.
- Panel Upgrades for System Reliability and Performance
- Calibration and Maintenance of Existing Temperature, Humidity, and Pressure Monitors - Ensures indoor air quality is properly addressed.
The Overall Benefits of Improving IAQ:
- Increased Comprehension and Retention
- Up to a 15% Increase in Test Scores
- Less Sick Days
- Higher Employee Satisfaction
- Maximized Occupant Comfort, Health, and Productivity
How the Cares Fund Act Can Help Improve IAQ
Cares Fund Act aid can be used to enhance or install heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems to promote facility air quality and hygiene.*
*This includes inspection, testing, maintenance, repair, replacement, and upgrade projects to improve the indoor air quality in school facilities, including mechanical and non-mechanical heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems, filtering, purification and other air cleaning, fans, control systems, window and door repair, and window and door replacement.