What Is Dilution Air?
Is your facility as clean as it could be? In the age of COVID-19, you need to be more cautious than ever about the quality of air your team breathes. Now is the time to be diligent—any neglect on your end and you could be jeopardizing the health and safety of your team.
What Is Dilution Air?
First things first: Dilution air is the combination of air and flue gases that lower emission concentration. It can be extremely harmful—if air dilution isn’t taken care of, it can have a disastrous effect on your working conditions. That’s why a system that resolves all outside air intake issues is so important. A fully functioning HVAC system not only makes sure your space is clean and accommodating for your employees, but it allows you to keep up with guidelines from the CDC and ASHRAE.
Do You Have a Purge Ventilation System in Place?
Purge ventilation is the ability of a system to rapidly ventilate rooms or spaces to dilute pollutants, water vapor, and other harmful substances. There are different ways to look at a purge ventilation system—it can be as simple as opening a window or turning on a fan, or it can involve a much more intricate, involved process like installing a new HVAC system. And while the former might be easier, the latter option is definitely what you should be looking into for your facility.
How Can Brandt Help?
Do you have a contractor that you can trust working on your facility? Your HVAC system has to be designed, constructed, and installed carefully—any errors along the way can lead to unnecessary equipment malfunctions, costly repairs, and other preventable issues. At Brandt, we tailor every single one of our solutions to fit seamlessly within your existing space. We want to make sure the HVAC solution we provide for your facility is actively making your space healthier and safer for your employees. With experience working with companies in sectors including education, healthcare, industrial manufacturing, among others, we’re confident that we can find a solution that fits perfectly with your unique needs.
Ready to Get Started?
Why waste any more time working with an inadequate HVAC system? Make sure the indoor air quality in your facility is at a high enough level so your employees are safe and sound. With everything going on in the world, you need to do everything you can to make sure they remain as healthy as possible. For more information on how you can jumpstart your partnership with a contractor that cares, reach out to Brandt today to schedule a consultation.