environmental control

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environmental control

1. In occupational health and safety, a design feature, e.g., in a hospital or workplace, that limits the risk of on-the-job injury.
2. In the practice of allergy and immunology, a process or design that limits the exposure of the patient to particular antigens.
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The breadth of HVACi's technician network will also provide HVAC forensics' clients with quicker assessment cycle times.
Gulf learning plans to optimally use this platform to aid in attending to the needs of the HVAC Industry by bringing together the market leaders, the innovators and the end-users," he added.
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Under a new articulation agreement between the United Association (UA) and HVAC Excellence, the MSCA and UA will provide advanced placement to persons carrying specific certifications from HVAC Excellence.
Studies show that less than two percent of residential HVAC systems have been properly air-balanced.
The engineered flexibility of McQuay products allows you to fine-tune your HVAC system to meet the specific requirements of your application.
To make HVAC service as seamless as possible, the ESCO shall be responsible not only for HVAC upgrades it installs, but all of the existing HVAC equipment and controls in a facility.
A study published in the 29 November 2003 Lancet suggests that UVGI lights installed in office HVAC systems can effectively reduce microbial growth and improve worker health.