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Why Indoor Air Quality Matters

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) refers to the air quality in a building or structure, breathed in every day by the building’s occupants.

When planning new residential buildings, schools, offices or light commercial buildings, many things must be considered. Besides structural factors, there are also the topics of heating, cooling and something often neglected: indoor air quality.

Did you know that the indoor air we breathe, whether at home, at the office, or in a hotel room could in fact be much more polluted than the air outside?

  • 90% of our lives is spent indoors
  • Indoor air quality can be 2 to 5x worse than outdoor air quality
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Indoor Air Quality Components 

  1. Ventilation: Ensures the provision of fresh and clean air

  2. Energy recovery: Delivers energy savings by transferring heat and moisture between airflows

  3. Air processing: Delivers the required conditioned air to optimize the energy efficiency of indoor HVAC equipment

  4. Humidification: Ensures the desired moisture level in the conditioned space

  5. Filtration: Ensures clean and healthy air by filtering out pollen, dust and odors that are harmful to our health