NAFA recently published the Best Practices and Guidelines document, Filtration for Continuing Care Retirement Communities.
Patrick Rosenthal, CAFS (lead author of this NAFA Guideline) will educate HVAC and air filtration professionals on what facility managers need to know about clean air in continuing care retirement communities.
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About NAFA Air Filtration Best Practice Guidelines:
What’s the difference between ASHRAE has Standard 52.2 and NAFA’s Best Practices and Guidelines?
The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) has minimum standards for air filtration.
Organizations like the National Air Filtration Association (NAFA) go beyond these minimum standards. NAFA publishes best practices and guidelines for several facility applications based on the experience and expertise of their membership, as well as current mandates and research provided by governmental and scientific communities.
HVAC and air filtration professionals should use NAFA’s Best Practices and Guidelines as a tool to educate their clients on how to protect their facilities’ occupants.