Behler-Young is committed to the health and safety of our community. Poor indoor air quality (IAQ) is the leading contributor to absenteeism in schools and workplaces. As we address the current global pandemic, and start to look beyond, improving IAQ has a multitude of benefits to the comfort and safety of your building. Below you will find information about available technologies and funding to improve the IAQ in your facility.
Six Steps to Healthy Schools
HARDI (Heating, Air-Conditioning, Refrigeration Distributors International) is an industry group supporting the HVAC industry. They convened a panel of experts to determine the best way for schools to safely return to in-person learning through improved HVAC performance.
There are several pieces of equipment that work with your existing HVAC system to stop the spread of indoor air pollutants. Behler-Young supports a multi-pronged approach for the most economical and effective reduction in airborne contaminants. Once the global pandemic is over, the technologies developed to help stop the spread will also help reduce “sick building syndrome”, by reducing or eliminating indoor air contaminants like viruses, bacteria, mold, mildew, allergens and other pollutants. Additionally, these technologies can improve the performance of your existing equipment and make your facility more comfortable.