When it comes to choosing the right indoor air quality system for your needs, you need to take into consideration the current quality of your air, the needs of the entire building, and the overall characteristics of the building itself.
For commercial structures, the volume of fumes being created through work processes will play a major role in selecting an indoor air quality system. For example, industrial processes will produce large quantities of dust particles, while welding may produce fumes. These fumes will rise, and heavier dust will return to the air, lowering the overall quality.
Depending on your needs, an indoor air quality system can remove pollen, bacteria, molds, carbon dioxide, contaminates, and dirt from the air. For many, ventilation will make a huge difference. Proper ventilation is essential to improving air quality indoors and reducing environmental risks for those living or working in the immediate area.