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Controlling Dental Office Ventilation

The indoor air quality (IAQ) situation in many dentist offices is nothing to smile about on a good day. Citing the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Information Network, Business Insider ranked the dental industry as the most hazardous job environment* thanks, in part, to contaminants, disease, and infection exposure. And that was before the pandemic.

Best Engineering Practices – Ideas for addressing real world ventilation challenges

Participating in the practice of hot yoga is a challenge not only for the practitioner, but for the building owner who needs to control the humidity under the required temperatures. The ideal climate for a hot yoga studio is a temperature of 40.5 C (105 F) and 40 percent humidity. Keeping a healthy, mold-free environment with good IAQ is more of a challenge in some geographic locations than others.