There’s no question that bipolar ionization is a hot topic. The latest surges in COVID-19 cases have taken their toll. Even if your business has not been directly affected, it’s still worth it to take the proper precautions. Keeping your building is safe and doesn’t need to disrupt your day-to-day routines. Regular cleaning and disinfecting methods can do wonders for your building’s safety. Plus, all of your HVAC-related equipment needs preventative maintenance at regular intervals. This much, at least, can continue as it did in the time before the pandemic turned life inside-out.
Fighting Airborne Virus Transmission
Bipolar ionization can vastly improve your IAQ ratings. This attribute comes from the fact that it eliminates airborne virus particles in any tightly-enclosed quarters. Coronavirus is so infectious because its droplets can be distributed by talking, coughing, or sneezing. That’s why proper facial protections and coverings are so important whenever you venture into public. Another frightening ability that the Covid droplets possess is that they can cling to any aerosols in the air around them. Clean air depends on high-quality ventilation, and for that to happen, you’ll require outstanding service from elite HVAC technicians.
Ionizers and Indoor Air Quality
These ionizers are attached to the HVAC systems already present in your building. Suppose your campus contains multiple buildings. In that case, all of your buildings must have this technology at the ready. Air purification is, in this case, achieved through the massive deployment of ions. Said ions are both positively and negatively charged; they will locate and destroy all viruses they encounter.
How Cleaner Air Helps
Your air handler and ductwork do more than bring you fresh air. These devices also function as robust defenses against germs, bacteria, and other contaminants that affect public health. Although newly-built HVAC units contain ionizers, extensive retrofits can upgrade the aging systems you have in the interim before you can get newer replacements up and running. So with all of this in mind, you might still be wondering how cleaner air is good for you. Well, fresh air makes you feel better. You’ll keep employees healthy and working, which cuts down on sick days and healthcare costs. Even so, these factors should be your top priorities instead of a detriment to your company’s bottom line.
Crockett Facilities Can Help!
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