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Clean and purified air indoors is not only important, it is considered as an essential component for all human beings. Since indoor air is not circulated as much as outside air, many airborne pollutants continue to thrive inside. Air pollution, as well as outbreaks of viruses, are harming the population’s health. By installing air purifiers, air sanitizers, and indoor pollution mitigation devices at schools, businesses, and homes, we can remove bacteria, germs, and airborne viruses from indoor spaces, keeping us safe from health issues, allergies, respiratory infections, and disease.
CDC recommends a layered approach to reduce exposures to SARS-CoV-2, the virus
that causes COVID-19. This approach includes using multiple mitigation strategies,
including improvements to building ventilation, to reduce the spread of disease and
lower the risk of exposure.
Some of the following interventions are based on the American Society of Heating,
Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE):
• Ensure ventilation systems operate properly and provide acceptable indoor air
quality for the current occupancy level for each space.
• Improve central air filtration:
Increase air filtration external icon to as high as possible without significantly
reducing design airflow. Increased filtration efficiency is especially helpful when
enhanced outdoor air delivery options are limited. Make sure air filters are properly
sized and within their recommended service life. Inspect filter housing and racks to
ensure appropriate filter fit and minimize air that flows around, instead of through,
• Consider portable high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) fan/filtration systems to
enhance air cleaning (especially in higher risk areas such as a nurse’s office or
areas frequently inhabited by people with a higher likelihood of having COVID-19
and/or an increased risk of getting COVID-19).
• Generate clean-to-less-clean air movement by evaluating and repositioning as
necessary, the supply louvers, exhaust air grilles, and/or damper settings.
• Consider using Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) as a supplemental
treatment to inactivate SARS-CoV-2, especially if options for increasing room
ventilation and filtration are limited. Upper-room UVGI systems can be used to
provide air cleaning within occupied spaces, and in-duct UVGI systems can help
enhance air cleaning inside central ventilation systems