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October Newsletter 2022

HVAC Pressure Drop: FAQ for Building Operators

Somewhere in your system there are fans are blowing air through the ducts. Anything in the pathway of this air is going to cause resistance. Pressure drop is the impact of this resistance on the flow of air through your system.

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Top 3 Indoor Air Quality issues in Texas

Top 3 Indoor Air Quality issues in Texas

Air is essential for human life, but it’s not just about the quantity. The quality of the air we breathe has a major impact on our health. And because humans today spend 80-90% of their time inside, the indoor air quality (IAQ) in our homes, offices, and other buildings has become an increasingly important public health issue.

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Improving Your HVAC’s Health: Coil Cleaning

Improving Your HVAC’s Health: Coil Cleaning

Your indoor environmental health has been Joe Fly Company’s top priority for over 50 years. In times like these, we want to provide Texas businesses with the utmost care to give your staff, their families, and yours, peace of mind.

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How to Eliminate Microbial Growth in Your HVAC System

How to Eliminate Microbial Growth in Your HVAC System

Microbial growth in your HVAC system can reduce energy efficiency and contaminate the air in your building. This is a particular risk in hot, humid areas like Houston and along the Texas coast, but it can occur in buildings anywhere. Inside the HVAC system it is often cold, dark, and wet—providing the perfect environment for mold and other microbial organisms to grow.

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Air Quality in Educational Facilities

Air Quality in Educational Facilities

Air quality in educational facilities has always been very important. Schools have a high concentration of people that come and go every day, often bringing in new germs from the outside world. There are many studies over the years that correlate poor air quality with lower test scores and increased absences. It is all hard to quantify with so many variables, but not many experts would argue that air quality does not matter.

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Indoor Air Quality During a Pandemic

Indoor Air Quality During a Pandemic

Air is essential for human life, and because of that the quality of the air we breathe has a major impact on our health. Humans today spend 80-90% of their time inside, the indoor air quality (IAQ) in our homes, offices, and other buildings has become an increasingly important public health issue as the nation deals with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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