NAFA recently updated the “Commercial Offices Best Practices and Guidelines for Air Filtration” A lot has changed since 2020 and 2021, and keeping building occupants safe, healthy and breathing clean air is more important than ever.
Kevin Delahunt, CAFS, NCT of BGE Indoor Air Quality Solutions is the lead author of this Guideline and will present his thoughts on what Building Owners, Property Managers and Facility Managers need to know about managing their commercial office buildings.
- Download the free PDF of the Commercial Offices Best Practices and Guidelines for Air Filtration
- Download Kevin Delahunt’s PowerPoint Slides
About NAFA Air Filtration Best Practice Guidelines:
NAFA’s best practice guidelines establish air filtration guidelines for the removal of particulate contamination for the protection of the air handling equipment and components, as well as providing comfort and a healthy environment for all who work, visit, live and play in these facilities. Many international HVAC/R organizations create standards for the air filtration industry, and many of these standards become part of a national building code. However, these codes dictate “minimum standards” NAFA publishes a series of air filtration best practice guidelines based on these codes but goes further to recommend and incorporate the “highest level of air filtration standards” for specific facility types.