Taking steps to improve indoor air quality is a top priority for building owners and facility managers; and at Sustainable Facility Group, our background in the building management systems industry allows us to provide turnkey advice and solutions to improve the indoor air quality in your building or workplace.
The installation of commercial-scale air purification systems can make a world of difference to your building, office, factory or workplace. Your air purifier deployment will be based on pre-qualified advice and indoor air quality testing from our engineering team, installed by our in-house technicians for an efficient and expert project turnaround.
There are several techniques and installations our technicians may use to improve your indoor air quality, including:
Air purifiers or air filtration systems remove hundreds of harmful pollutants from the air, such as dust, pollen, smoke and chemical pollutants. Air purifiers can be particularly effective in buildings located in polluted areas, workplaces requiring chemical or heavy industry equipment, or those with poor ventilation.
Some air purifiers use HEPA filters to capture small particles, while others use activated carbon filters to remove odours and chemicals. Our engineers will recommend the best solution for your space during the air quality audit and testing process.
Carbon dioxide is a common indoor air pollutant that can lead to drowsiness, headaches and reduced cognitive function. CO2 monitoring indicates how well-ventilated an area is, measuring the concentration of carbon dioxide, as well as the likelihood of airborne virus particles spreading throughout your space. This sensor can then signal the HVAC system to increase ventilation rates where needed to maintain indoor air quality.
Mechanical plant redesign
In some cases, mechanical plant redesign may be necessary to improve your indoor air quality, as well as the upgrade and implementation of other building tuning and energy efficiency measures.
Our team of engineers and technicians can support the redesign or modification of your mechanical plant equipment and infrastructure to create long term improvements in air quality and building efficiency.
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