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Re: GBlist: Hospital & Lab Air Filtering
The following is taken from a recent report on the recofit of an office
tower but may be helpful in your application.
*2.8 Mechanical Air Cleaner/Preheater (Fig. 6): If the problem of street
pollution persists in entering the fresh air ducts even with the changes
presently being made, it would be wise to explore the innovative work of Henry
Dumonceaux at Dexon Canada Manufacturing Corp. @ 272-0562. He has developed
modular in-line air cleaners that supply highly filtered and preheated outside
air to offices using existing ducting, Hepa filters, solid state controls and
highly efficient blowers. A portable cleaner is also available. For further
information, please see Attachment # 2.8.
Jorg Ostrowski, M. Arch. A.S. (MIT), B. Arch. (Toronto), Ecotect
- in full-time professional practice since 1976 (Straw Bale since 1978),
environmental/architectural design, ecological planning, consulting
on sustainable buildings/communities. Lectures, seminars, workshops.
3 demonstration projects in Canada, +80,000 visitors
- living a conserver lifestyle & working in a sustainable home and office
ACE, ARE, ACT, ASH-Incs., Phone: (403) 239-1882, Fax: (403) 547-2671
Web Site [under construction]: http://www.ucalgary.ca/~jdo/ecotecture.htm
On Thu, 12 Jun 1997, Carol D'Agostino wrote:
> Does anyone know the names and contact info of any companies who
> install the high efficiency air filtering systems in hosptials
> and labs? I would appreciate any input.
> Also, what is the best filtering medium for PERC and/or TRICH. A
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