Managing Airborne Toxins & COVID-19 In the Industrial Workplace.
Now more than ever we need to know!
Smoke, dust, chemicals, particulates in general, are byproducts of “The Industrial Age”; along with all we have done and all we continue to do. Construction, manufacturing, transportation et al. Consider the historic effort given to protect populations from contaminates and toxins we have created throughout history. Those efforts continue today in “The Information Age”.
The need for clean air is a global concern, especially as it relates to the workplace environment. Such concern has been driving innovation for decades.
The integration of technology, of digital information, with traditional air handling techniques, has led to new strategies for cleansing the atmosphere in enclosed areas. Conventional HVAC, coupled with state-of-the-art filtration, variable speed drives, intelligent controllers and sophisticated Energy Management Systems, are leading the way towards obsolescence of traditional HVAC systems.
There are a several issues we must be aware of …
First, one must know that the technology needed to improve the work environment, and the safety of employees, really does exist.
Second, one must know the efficiency of contemporary air handling systems leads to a smaller carbon footprint and an improved sustainability profile.
Third, one must know …, increased efficiency leads to lower operational costs, less risk and a better bottom line.
At this point one thing stands out …, you must be aware of the technology improvements before taking any action.
You must know. That’s what this webinar is all about… Learning and becoming aware.
Often it seems technology improvement out-paces capital expenditure. Changes or upgrades rarely come before equipment is dead, dying, or fully depreciated. On some occasions, however, when the right people know, progress and profit are right around the corner.
So, if you want to know, join us August 26th at 11:00 AM and learn from: the experts about the advancements in industrial air filtration systems.
Note: This discussion becomes especially important given the risks associated with COVID-19 and the ability of filtration systems to capture 99.97% of infectious elements thus reducing risk of exposure and infection.