Keep air quality moving in the right direction

Isolate parts of a building using pressure control. This also can help reduce the spread of airborne pathogens from vulnerable spaces into adjacent spaces throughout the building.

Use air pressure to create healthier spaces

Consistent pressure creates precise, one-way airflow for more effective exchange and filtration – removing stagnant air where pathogens could linger. Pressurization can also be used to contain air in a quarantined space or to isolate and protect clean spaces.

Technical resource 

Download our technical reference guide on Air Quality for healthy buildings

See what you can do 

As we all adjust to new air quality concerns, you can take tangible steps to ensure business continuity and help your building thrive in any future.

Anatomy of a Healthy Building: Air Quality 

View this on-demand webinar where our experts will explore technologies that can be used to improve air quality including considerations for retrofits and new use cases.

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