4 Tips To Improve Indoor Air Quality

While the industrial or chemical processes involving volatile liquids are necessary to facility production, the fumes produced are difficult to control in large, open-air warehouses. Due to the fact that fumes or vapors can stratify in calm air due to the difference in density, particles are more likely to spread in an air space due to molecular diffusion. To combat these obstacles, the four following facility layout tips can help facility managers control and minimize the dangerous build-up of fumes, ultimately improving the facility’s indoor air quality.

  1. Implement traditional exhaust systems
  2. Divide workspaces with fabric curtain walls
  3. Maintain airlocks using high speed doors
  4. Let HVLS fans mix facility air

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