IAQ


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IAQIndoor Air Quality
IAQInvestment Administration Qualification
IAQInfrequently Asked Questions
IAQInternal Air Quality
IAQImmigration Alien Query (law enforcement)
IAQInuit Art Quarterly
IAQIllinois Air Quality
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Al Manzil has been selected by Panasonic to ensure a professional organisation of the distribution of its IAQ -- Fan products through the most adequate channels in the country, said a statement.
With air pollution and respiratory illnesses citied as a major cause of absenteeism in schools globally, the coalition's roundtable discussion highlighted the importance of IAQ and what can be done to improve the indoor school environment for students.
The good news is that the IAQ experts from Pure Air Control Services, Inc.
If you're unsure whether your ventilation rates are high enough, ASHRAE 62.1 specifies minimum ventilation rates that are optimal for IAQ. By referring to the individual codes and standards, you can apply them to your building with other best ventilation practices.
Demand-controlled ventilation (DCV) is a control strategy of the ventilation rate to ensure the acceptable IAQ with maximized energy conservation for buildings which is increasingly used and studied for many possible application cases (Kusuda T 1976; Nielsen et al.
I think we need to look into ways to recognize exceptional buildings that have better (i.e., healthier) IAQ, and/or provide greater comfort than the minimum.
This disparity creates a problem for managers because the need to maintain an acceptable level of IAQ requires a filter that can efficiently remove particles from the airflow.
The Kasugai City-based company in Japan's Aichi Prefecture is developing specific IAQ products and solutions for the region and is confident of achieving double-digit sales growth this year due to rising demand of its air purifier products in the Middle East.
In 2005, Hal Levin developed the first comprehensive study of national annual expenditures for IAQ goods and services, which he estimated to be $12-$20 billion per year, with a midpoint estimate of $16 billion (Levin, 2005).
IAQ monitoring is challenging because indoor air-pollutant concentrations and human motion patterns each vary spatially and temporally within and across rooms.
The IAQ conferences have had a history of addressing specific themes and attracting the world's most authoritative experts on indoor air quality, as well as the most up-to-date technical and practical information on the subject.