Hospital air filtration keeps patients and employees safe while following local and federal guidelines. Even though many products can clean the atmosphere, hospital HEPA filter air purifiers are the most effective at removing germs from your facility. This guide explores the equipment you need for excellent hospital-grade air at your location.
At any given moment, your indoor air is filled with various contaminants, like dander, mold, dust and pollen. Though you can't see contaminants, they create poor air quality that can worsen existing medical conditions, like asthma, and irritate allergies. Some pollutants, like airborne bacteria and viruses, pose an even more significant threat to you and your employees or clients.
Air pollution isn’t just car exhaust or factory smoke. Dust mites, mold spores, pollen, and pet dander in the air inside your home can cause problems if your family has allergies or asthma. Using HEPA filters can trap these pollutants and may help bring allergy relief. HEPA Filters can remove/ block at least 99.97% of particles from the air down to 0.3 microns in size. For every 10,000 particles that come into contact with a HEPA filter, only 3 very small ones will be able to pass through it.
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.
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).
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.
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