Part 1: IAQ Terminology. What Does It All Mean?
Author: David Ferguson, Sales Application Engineer
The indoor air quality marketplace has been flooded with solutions to address the immediate and urgent need to make our facilities safer and healthier. Terms like CFM, UV-C, HEPA, Ionization, and CADR have become common in our new vernacular. But what do these terms mean? With hundreds of air purifiers to choose from, which one is best for you? And with so many claims made by manufacturers, which ones are true? Is there a difference between a consumer-grade air purifier and a commercial-grade air protection system? These are the questions facing each of us today as we try to navigate the ever-changing world of indoor air quality (IAQ). Air Rover’s goal is to help you learn the fundamentals of clean air which will empower you to make the best choice possible for your organization.
First let us take a closer look at the most common IAQ terms.
Let’s see how these terms can help you decide which machine will best meet your IAQ needs.
Indoor spaces are unique and only a tailored approach will achieve the highest level of air quality. To make the right decision, you need to know a few details about the space you are dealing with.
We hope you find this information helpful. Stay tuned for Part 2, where we’ll discuss what makes the Air Protection Systems (APS) an ideal choice for your commercial or business setting. We’ll also explain common pitfalls of consumer-grade purifiers, which can lead to a false sense of security and do more harm than good. If you have questions about our air purification products, please call (903) 877-3430 today to speak with one of our IAQ specialists. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.