Museum Applications


Without a comprehensive air filtration strategy, museums run the risk of harmful pollutants that can cause damage to artifacts and priceless collections. In addition, these particulates can have on the health of museum workers as well as people who visit the museums.

No matter the size of a museum, ventilation and air conditioning systems must understand the importance of maintaining proper indoor quality. If uncontrolled, air pollutants can cause the deterioration of books, paintings and sculptures that are already in fragile states. The HVAC system with an air filtration system that can eliminate the tiniest particulates, such as sulphur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, formaldehyde and organic acids, is a critical requirement for maintaining air quality in museums.

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