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How Serious are the Issues of IAQ?

Jeff Roseberry - President, ProMark Associates, Inc.
April 14, 2015

In a recent report, UL’s scientists estimated that there are 80,000 chemicals in international commerce today, with only 3% having been fully evaluated for health impacts. The danger is exacerbated by sealing building envelopes to conserve energy and trapping some of these chemicals inside buildings. The increase in awareness of mold as a cause of …

Confusion over the word “filter”

Jeff Roseberry - President, ProMark Associates, Inc.
March 10, 2015

I find that using the word “filter” conjures up very different pictures and understanding in people’s minds as everybody has the reference of home furnace filters–mostly the low end of possibilities. There are many filter types and various purposes making it very confusing. Here’s what I say to make sure who I’m talking to understands …

A case must be made for changing how buildings operate

Jeff Roseberry - President, ProMark Associates, Inc.
January 25, 2015

So Cloud connectivity for sensors is essential. It is becoming common that large monitors are placed in the common area to show building operations, energy consumption, calculated Carbon Footprint, recycling productivity, and waste reduction and where appropriate LEED points. At the AHR Expo we are demonstrating an Internet of Things, an IAQ sensor system that …

‘Sleeper’ Issue: Indoor Air Quality

Linda Hardesty - Energy Manager Today
January 14, 2015

Thirty percent of commercial buildings in the United States have poor indoor air quality (IAQ), according to an article in Buildings. And a white paper from UL entitled “Dawn of the Building Performance Era,” refers to IAQ as a “sleeping giant” in the United States. The paper finds a major cause of poor indoor air …

Does Your Availability of Data Trend Toward Saving Money?

Jeff Roseberry - President, ProMark Associates, Inc.
December 1, 2014

A case must be made for changing how buildings operate, so Cloud connectivity for sensors is essential. It is becoming common that large monitors are placed in the common area to show building operations, energy consumption, calculated Carbon Footprint, recycling productivity, and waste reduction. It is now as if we are demonstrating an Internet of …

Is the solution to pollution dilution?

Jeff Roseberry - President, ProMark Associates, Inc.
November 10, 2014

Controls and monitors are part of environments where cleaning and purifying air moves beyond the usual HVAC filters and ventilation air. We can now utilize sensors and real time monitors that identify, track, and assure safe destruction of: mold, odors, allergens, bacteria, viruses, corrosion, chemical gases, and VOCs. Powerful proprietary filter media, adapted to each …

Post Show Survey Results are in from the 2014 show!

November 7, 2014

According to a post-show survey of several thousand industry professionals who attended the 2014 AHR Expo, 94% said they came to see “what’s new” in the marketplace. An additional 91% said attending the Show was an important way to look for new suppliers. Click on the box to the left and find out what is …

Does Innovation in Indoor Air Quality Involve a Paradigm Shift?

Jeff Roseberry - President, ProMark Associates, Inc.
October 14, 2014

Instead of diluting indoor air with compromised outside air, consider removal and destruction of pollutants as part of the HVAC system. Purifying indoor air reduces the level of ventilation required, thereby lessening the energy used to condition outside air. This results in energy savings, increased building value and improved occupant productivity through enhanced indoor air …

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