Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is a crucial consideration in the design of buildings, with increasing emphasis being placed on the impact of harmful pollutants found within our structures.
The most effective way of improving IAQ is to focus on reducing pollution at the source, presenting a significant challenge to building owners and developers. Ventilation is thus the most important and viable strategy: forcing indoor air exchange with filtered clean outdoor air before supplying it to various rooms in a building.
Air filters are used in a range of general ventilation systems for the heating, ventilation or air conditioning of buildings. If carefully selected, they work by reducing people’s exposure to harmful levels of air pollutants such as particulate matter to significantly improve the indoor air quality of the built environment.