ALL BUILDINGS have leaky ductwork simply based of how ductwork is built and installed… and on top of that we are faced with the increased challenge of servicing older buildings that have mechanical and ductwork deficiencies that are gravely affecting their ability to deliver the right volume of air to each space. As a result, building operators are wasting energy, incurring unnecessary maintenance costs, and reducing the lifespan of their mechanical equipment.
But ABOVE ALL, this current pandemic and has shed light on the importance of indoor air quality and how we should all strive to provide healthy buildings. This technology just hits on all the right points. First of all, its practically the only solution that does not require any building or business disruption, and it is the most cost-effective way we’ve found as engineers to increase airflow and reduces cross contamination. What we love about it the most is that it effectively eliminates energy waste, reduces your ongoing utility costs, and helps to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions – we know 33% of emissions in buildings come from ventilation.