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  • From Alan Scott posted by SolveCast
  • 10 months ago
  • 1
  • Starts 340 seconds

What is the most effective way that they. 
 Implement changes to, to improve indoor air quality and reduce uh, pathogen, transmission risks and people who occupy the buildings are wanting in that assurance. So, uh, one of the things that we've been doing is testing to show the comparative efficacy, efficacy of different strategies, building owners can implement to help them select the most cost-effective and efficacious, uh,, strategies. 

to provide the invalidation testing to show uh, to the stakeholders that, that these strategies have been put in place are working. And so a key piece we came out of this is that uh, keeping it simple, it's sometimes best focusing on uh, ventilation effectiveness and, and high quality filtration uh, are as effective or more effective than in most other strategies that they might have.
  • From Alan Scott posted by SolveCast
  • 11 months ago
  • 1
  • Starts 1160 seconds

Air quality strategies like increased ventilation and higher efficiency filters do a lot. And so, and in one situation that those things were already in place. And so our baseline levels of air pollutants were extremely low before even implementing other technologies. 

And so it was really hard to see any statistical significant moving of the needle of improvement with adding more exotic technologies on top of those. So, one of the things I think the key takeaway is keep it simple.

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