Air Filters

Best Practices for Schools HVAC maintenance

Published by: Brookaire, 05/18/2020 6:49 am

The best way to ensure routine maintenance occurs for all HVAC units is to have SOP’s and a maintenance logbook for the HVAC systems. Often, due to lack of repair or maintenance, HVAC systems, if not the cause, exacerbate indoor air quality problems. The following list contains items that can be included in a maintenance program to reduce this risk. This list does not include maintenance of the mechanical components such as motors. Those items should be addressed following manufacturer’s recommendations.

Coronavirus: What you need to know

Published by: Brookaire Co., 03/19/2020 10:25 am

Brookaire has a commitment to clean air during the COVID19 outbreak. Because of this, we’ve assembled this information as a guide. We’ve compiled resources from CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and WHO (World Health Organization).

Guidance for Filtration and Air-Cleaning Systems

Published by: Centers for Disease Control, 03/03/2020 10:31 am

This article discusses the issues associated with protecting your building from the risk of airborne chemical, biological & radiological (CBR) exposure. It is intended to provide guidance regarding measures that may be taken to prepare for a potential CBR risk, rather than in response to an actual CBR event. 

How Dirty Filters can contribute to machine failure and decrease production efficiency

Published by: Cheryl Mornan - Filtration Specialist, 02/28/2020 8:09 am

How Dirty Filters can contribute to machine failure and decrease production efficiency.


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Characteristics of Heat Transfer Fluids

Published by: Matthew Werle - Lab Consultant, 02/28/2020 7:34 am

A variety of chemical compounds can be used to formulate heat transfer fluids which are used to prevent water from freezing when the temperature of the fluid reaches below 0°C (32°F). The most common are: