FacilitiesNet Webcast | HVAC and Air Filtration: Best Practices to Minimize Infectious Disease

Thank you to those who attended FacilitiesNet’s webinar entitled HVAC and Air Filtration: Best Practices to Minimize Infectious Disease”, on August 18, 2020, presented by Jim Newman of Newman Consulting Group and sponsored by AQUIS, the nationwide leaders in air handler renewal. In case you missed it, a PDF of the presentation can be found here.

 As Jim discussed, air handlers are prime amplification sites for pathogens, including viruses like SARS-CoV-2, as well as bacteria and fungi. These pathogens colonize and proliferate in the form of biofilms, a depiction of which can be seen in the illustration below:

If you’re not already familiar with AQUIS, we are the nationwide leaders in AHU renewal, and are experts in both air handler refurbishment and coil restoration – two key areas of discussion in the webinar:

About AQUIS

For 15+ years we have helped America’s top hospitals, universities, government buildings, and commercial and industrial facilities restore thousands of air handlers to like-new condition, eradicating the very concerns mentioned above. Some examples of our work can be seen here. Also, our growing list of impressive customers can be found here.

AQUIS offers peace of mind to both Facilities teams and building occupants in these challenging times by restoring hygienic conditions to building AHUs, resulting in improved IAQ.

Every project we take on is done right, done well, and fully compliant.

We look forward to the opportunity to earn your business!

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AQUIS remains open as an essential business during the COVID-19 pandemic to serve our nationwide customers by providing remediation services for mechanical air handling units. We remain committed to providing safe and reliable services while protecting our employees, customers, and the communities where we live and serve. For additional resources, please see our current COVID-19 update. For prompt assistance, please email us or call 888-494-1191.