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Why your HEPA air filter might not be doing what you think

October 4, 2021

With the onset of the COVID pandemic, people have become far more conscious of the air pollution they are inhaling on a constant basis. The most common solution people arrive at is to purchase an air purification system, especially one that is labeled as a High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filter. While this solution may …

Five Questions to Ask Before Buying a Mobile Air Purifier for Your Business or School.

September 29, 2021

There are lots of reasons to have an air purifier operating in your business or school. Minimizing the spread of airborne viruses such as COVID-19 is just the start. You may be breathing in a variety of toxins from seasonal brush fires, factory chemicals, and vehicle exhaust, not to mention allergens. The big problem is …

Mobile Industrial-Strength Air Purifier Cleans Air, Destroys Airborne Viruses

June 10, 2021

ProMark Associates is known for engineering highly effective clean-air solutions for large commercial businesses and buildings worldwide. Their newest clean-air product is the ProGuard® Mobile Air Purifier. Not to be confused with small portable air filters that are better suited to filtering residential-size rooms, this industrial-grade system can remove particles, VOCs, and pathogens. It can …

1 in 3 Workers Say Air Quality Updates are Critical to Feeling Safer at Work

February 25, 2021

It’s no secret that 2020 has upended the traditional workplace while permanently changing worker’s expectations in regard to office safety and air quality of the office environment. With vaccine distribution fueling progress in the right direction, more and more offices are slowly bringing workers back into offices, while trying to mitigate Covid-19 risks through social …

Destroy viruses with advanced technology to achieve clean indoor air

May 19, 2020

The spread of COVID-19 has facilities managers around the globe concerned about the risk of airborne contaminants.  According to the (Centers) Center for Disease Control, the virus can spread through respiratory droplets that travel through the air.  These respiratory droplets can land on others and even be inhaled into the lungs.  Reports of the virus …

ASHRAE Seeks Second Round of Public Comments for Proposed Revision to Standard on Residential Building Energy Design

May 4, 2018

from ashrae.org ASHRAE seeks a second round of public comments on proposed revisions to BSR/ASHRAE/IES Standard 90.2-2007R – Energy-Efficient Design of Low-Rise Residential Buildings. The standard is open for a 45 day public review until June 18. Those interested in reviewing and commenting can do so at www.ashrae.org/technical-resources/standards-and-guidelines/standards-actions. The purpose of Standard 90.2-2007R is to …

ASHRAE Publishes Energy Simulation-Aided Design Standard

April 24, 2018

from ashrae.org ASHRAE published a new standard describing a methodology to apply building energy modeling throughout the design process. ASHRAE Standard 209-2018, Energy Simulation Aided Design for Buildings except Low Rise Residential Buildings, defines minimum requirements for providing energy design assistance using building energy simulation and analysis. The standard defines consistent energy modeling procedures to …

Submit a proposal or apply to be a peer reviewer for Greenbuild

January 11, 2018

By Tara Wilkinson from USGBC.org Share your knowledge at Greenbuild: Submit a proposal and apply to be a peer reviewer for Greenbuild 2018 in India and China. The deadline to apply is Fri., March 2. The Greenbuild International Conference and Expo is the largest and most influential green building conference in the world—and in 2018, the conference is …

ASHRAE Launches New Building Energy Quotient Portal

December 13, 2017

from ashrae.org ASHRAE announced the recent launch of the Building Energy Quotient (Building EQ) Portal, which provides a faster, more automated approach to receive a Building EQ Performance Score. “The primary goal of the Building EQ program is to promote more energy efficient buildings and give owners actionable recommendations to improve a building’s energy use,” …

How best to solve the IAQ problem in large buildings

Jeff Roseberry - President, ProMark Associates, Inc.
September 29, 2015

Recently we had the opportunity to present our point of view on how best to solve the IAQ problem in large buildings. We knew it was a long shot that we might gain traction but here was an opportunity to do our best. Thanks to one of our team members who scoured their web site, …

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