WHAT IS VENTILATION
Indoor air quality ventilation
Air quality systems draw in fresh air, which is heated or cooled and filtered by your
HVAC system before distribution throughout your building.
Dilution systems use an exhaust and intake to remove contaminated air and slowly
replace or dilute it with clean, fresh air.
Local exhaust ventilation
Used at or near the source of contaminants, local exhaust systems directly draw out contaminated
air through a system of ducts and release it outside through an exhaust stack, typically after it has been filtered and cleaned to remove pollutants, such as welding gases, dust, or airborne particles.
A quality, well-maintained ventilation system is essential to protect the health of your family, employees, customers, and visitors in a commercial, industrial or residential environment.
Air contaminants such as chemical vapors, dust, mold spores, and particulate matter from industrial processes can contribute to a range of health concerns from airway irritation and allergies to more serious problems like infections or long-term diseases.