HEPA versus ULPA Filtration: What’s the Difference?

It’s difficult to imagine a time when clean air was the exception rather than the standard in places such as factories, hospitals, distilleries, and doctors’ offices. But before commercial air filtration was invented, workers were exposed to all manner of indoor air pollution (IAP). As a result, illnesses such as asthma, blood poisoning, even cancer, were not uncommon occupational hazards. The need for worker protection was great.

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Bread Bakers Beware

The specific health condition suffered by those who labor in the baking or milling industries goes by numerous monikers. “Baker’s Lung”, “Baker’s Asthma”, and “Baker’s Allergy”

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Dental Aerosol Management and Indoor Air Quality Measures

As we have all learned during our heightened state of pandemic awareness, a healthy indoor air quality is a medical necessity. Especially for first responders and other medical workers. But when it comes to the risk of harm from infectious disease, there are other industries that are considered high-risk; such as the dental profession. THE Read More

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