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Containing Infectious Contaminants with Negative and Positive Airflow Systems

Industrial climate control systems comprise two main categories of airflow systems to consider when trying to combat and contain infectious airborne contaminants: positive air pressure and negative air pressure clean rooms.

Typically found in medical settings, positive and negative pressure cleanrooms prevent the spread of infectious diseases and keep contaminants out of restricted or sterile spaces. These rooms are an essential part of research laboratories and medical facilities.

Combatting Airborne Viruses: Reducing the Risk of Air Pathogen Infections

In light of the recent outbreak of the Coronavirus, many businesses are being forced to shutter their doors and send employees home to avoid contamination and spread. People are panicking and toilet paper is disappearing from shelves! But there is another way to protect yourself, your business, and/or employees — and it involves staying educated on how viruses spread and the best prevention methods a business can take.

Viruses and How They Spread

Coastal and Tropical Climate Challenges for Commercial Air Filters

Running a business in a tropical climate or near a coast means you have easy access to water, beaches, fresh seafood, and in simplest terms, the good life. However, residing near the beach or coast means the salt air can cause damage to your commercial building, namely your air conditioning and filtration unit.

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