Schools across the country are challenged to provide clean, safe, healthy environments for our most valuable assets.
With limited resources, meeting current expectations, guidelines and regulations can be overwhelming. Evaluating existing equipment and reviewing best practices can quickly reveal an opportunity for immediate improvement. Shifting to an application-based approach is the most effective way to achieve optimal performance and impact meaningful change in the well-being of staff and students.
Air quality in schools is not as good as it should be, but the good news is that it can be easily improved.
Who Should View?
Any stakeholder in an education facility:
- University and District personnel
- Facility managers, engineers and operators
- HVAC Contractors
- Design Engineers
What viewers will learn:
- Why is air quality a critical part of an education facility.
- What has changed in air quality standards within education facilities.
- Why correct filtration is a vital part of air quality in education facilities.
- How has filtration technology evolved and adapted.
- What can you do now to improve air filtration in any education facility quickly.
- What to look for in the future.