Nearly every industrial process comes with its own indoor air quality (IAQ) challenges. Whether you are engaged in the production of food products, silica chips or chemicals and polymers, keeping workers safe from toxic, irritating or combustible dust and fumes is a necessary priority.
For some types of manufacturing, simply blowing contaminated air to the outside and pulling outdoor air in may be adequate. When you are engaged in processes that require strict indoor temperature control, however, an air filtration system usually is a better option. This article will look at what you need to know about controlling indoor air quality in a temperature-controlled environment.