As we come out of the stay at home orders and back into spaces there is a sense of how safe are the enclosed spaces we enter? At DMA Engineering, we’ve wondered the same things and have put into place some accommodations:
We are holding off now on a UV light as our RTU’s run very minimally and the ERV will be bringing in the non-recirculated fresh air. These measures make our indoor air quality higher than required by code, limit the amount of recirculated air, and filter the air that is recirculated.
Every space and system are different and the exact implementation measures typically require someone with experience to help guide your selections. If your space had poor indoor air quality before the pandemic, a thorough audit of your system is warranted. The DMA audit focuses on what relative humidity can be maintained with your current equipment, increasing the amount of outside air to brought in, if better filters should be added to your system, if a standalone dedicated outside air system should be added to improve air quality and if anything has been overlooked that keeps your space from having the cleanest indoor air. If any of these are a concern to you, our team is ready to help you do the right thing for yourself, your families, your employees, and your business.
It’s never been more important to have the cleanest air possible.