How state-of-the-art IAQ measuring technology can save lives.
Authors: Lisa M. Casanova, Soyoung Jeon, William A. Rutala, David J. Weber, Mark D. Sobsey
Based on tests with surrogate viruses, this study shows that corona viruses survive for a much shorter time on surfaces if you have average relative humidity and an elevated air temperature in indoor areas.
Authors: Leslie Dietz, Patrick F. Horve, David A. Coil, Mark Fretz, Jonathan A. Eisen, Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg
This article describes how decision-makers, building operators and indoor users can minimize the environmental risk of transmitting infectious diseases.
Authors: Stephanie Taylor, MD, M Arch, FRSPH(UK), MCABE
Find out here how a relative humidity of 40 to 60% not only reduces the proliferation and transmission of micro-organisms, but that optimum air quality can also have a positive effect on patients’ immune defences.
Authors: Stephanie Taylor, MD, M Arch, CIC, FRSPH(UK), CABE, Walter Hugentobler, MD
This study shows that a controlled humidity level of over 40% can reduce the risk of infection indoors.
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