airborne contaminants

airborne contaminants, materials in the atmosphere that can affect the health of persons in the same or a nearby environment. Also referred to as
air pollution.
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The bag protects against corrosion caused by humidity, moisture, oxygen, salt spray, aromas, grease, and other airborne contaminants, the company says.
The measurements taken are compared with the criteria for performance for ventilation systems given in HSG258 "Controlling airborne contaminants at work: A guide to local exhaust ventilation".
Each standalone power source includes the Cooler-On-Demand[TM] feature, which operates the auxiliary cooling system only when needed, resulting in reduced noise, energy use and airborne contaminants pulled through the cooler.
The heat exchanger shell creates a sealed environment that protects against airborne contaminants, electromagnetic interference (EMI), electrostatic discharge (ESD), and provides an extra layer of physical security.
Founded by Dennis Rude in 1982, Cathedral Stone Products is known for its line of Jahn restoration mortars that can be custom blended for a specific project, as well as for potassium-silicate mineral coatings that mechanically bond to masonry and create a breathable surface that resists airborne contaminants, cracking and peeling.
They understand the performance of the leading HVAC systems deployed by industrial firms and can help to diagnose operational issues while mitigating problems related to airborne contaminants within systems.
Blueair founder Bengt Rittri said the acquisition will enable even more people to protect their health by using Blueair air purifiers to remove indoor airborne contaminants such as hazardous PM2.
The converters are heavily ruggedized for immunity to shock and vibration, and internal boards are conformal coated for protection from moisture and airborne contaminants.
Strategies include removal of airborne contaminants, as well as prevention and purification.
Labs can be instrumented to detect airborne contaminants in lab spaces, and this data can be used to improve the controls of the lab ventilation system and provide 24/7 information about lab air quality to environmental health and safety (EH&S) personnel.
It is advisable for those who are sneeze prone and others to wear surgical facemask to protect inhalation of airborne contaminants.
The system also performs multiple interdependent functions including ventilation, pressurization, and filtration which affect distribution of airborne contaminants in buildings.

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