Increase Ventilation to help

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Our covid-19 white paper breaks down:
  • How COVID-19 is transmitted
  • How increased building ventilation can stop the spread
  • Why energy recovery should be used to offset increasing energy consumption
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RenewAire ERVs Installed at School To combat covid-19

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Utilizing RenewAire ERVs, Avon Old Farms School in Connecticut overcame serious challenges prior to opening this fall. Chief among those were countering the lack of ventilation during the pandemic and reducing ventilation energy costs during harsh northeast winters.

RST Thermal and Air Equipment, LLC of Connecticut helped design, install and commission RenewAire ERVs to enhance IAQ and help stop the spread of COVID-19. Subsequently, the students, teachers and staff at the school are now enjoying increased ventilation that provides a safer and healthier environment.

Adverse Affects of Poor IAQ

Poor indoor air quality (IAQ) negatively impacts our health, businesses, schools, and homes. Ventilating with a cost-effective and energy-efficient ERV is the first step to better IAQ.

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Indoor Air Contaminant Sources

Indoor air contaminants consist of an array of internally generated toxins, chemicals, vapors, gases, particles, virus contaminated aerosols, and odors that cause deficient IAQ.

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Benefits of Increased Ventilation

Better Health

Better Health

Cognitive Improvement

Cognitive Improvement

Boosted Productivity

Boosted Productivity

Reduced Disease Transmission

Reduced Disease Transmission

Why Indoor Air Quality Matters