What You Need to Know
(A brief Overview of Indoor Air Quality Issues)
IAQ Overview - Table of Contents
IAQ Overview - Part 1 - Is There a Problem?
IAQ Overview - Part 2 - What Don't We Know?
* IAQ Overview - Part 3 - What Do We Need to Know? *
IAQ Overview - Part 4 - Which Technology Works the Best?
IAQ Overview - Part 5 - What are the Major Differences in the Technologies?
IAQ Overview - Part 6 - What IAQ Issues Need to be Considered and Addressed?
IAQ Overview - Full Article
Table of Contents
Part 1 -- The Need for What Pro-active Environmental Technologies Does
Part 2 -- Diagnosing the Problem
Part 3 -- Treating the Problem and Preventing a Recurrence
(Specific Fixes to What's Wrong with the Air You Breathe Where You Live and Work)
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B. What Don't We Know?
-- KWIK FACTS.
The problem is worse than we realize.
C. What Do We Need to Know?
Sorting out the info and charting a course to follow.
D. What are We Breathing?
Unwelcome guests we receive every time we breathe.
Airborne pieces of a lot of stuff we should not be breathing.
The body’s “hit list” of alien invaders.
The bacteria, viruses, and germs which reproduce in the human body and try to stage a takeover.
Things have odors for a reason,
Can the problem be corrected rather than merely masked or covered up?
Are we possibly drowning in a toxic soup?
Is what we see dangerous?
And is what we don't see
perhaps more dangerous than what we do see?
E. Which Technology Works the Best?
Are the technologies pretty much equal, or is their a large disparity among them?
1. Passive Technology.
The pollution finds the solution.
(Or so we hope!)
2. Active Technology.
The solution finds the pollution -
even where it is hiding!
a. Stage One -- Dual Ionization (Particulate Removal)
b. Stage Two -- Quad Oxidizing Plasmas
c. Stage Three -- Advanced Oxidation
d. Combo Effect -- The Whole is Greater Than the Sum of its Parts.
3. Major Differences.
Things that are not the same
are not equal.
a. Literally out of this world.
The technology which produces
"the purest air on the planet"
actually comes from
out of this world.
b. Overall Air Purity.
By what standard do you certify the actual purity of air?
c. Too Clean to Test for Purity?
"Without dirt in the air,
we cannot tell you
how pure the air is."
Does that strike anybody as odd?
d. Where's the Dirt?
(Where is Clara Peller
when you need her?)
e. What to do?
Anybody can see that it’s clean except the career bureaucrats.
f. Where are the Germs?
Hint: One place they are not is
"Blowin' in the Wind".
g. Filtration rates vs. Kill rates.
In the war against pathogens,
would you like your germs
captured and contained
or killed "graveyard dead"?
h. Odor Abatement/Removal.
The same thing that RCITM does to particulates and germs it does also to smoke, dust, and sources of odors.
F. What IAQ issues must be considered and addressed?
Head to head comparison of the technologies - very revealing.
G. Are there medical considerations?
Obligatory disclaimers and the practical realities of what happens when a sick body can actually catch its breath.
H. Are there legal and other considerations?
What happens if we just ignore the problem or fail to investigate it fully?
I. When is Timing an Issue?
If the mold or other air quality problem doesn't seem to be spreading or getting any worse, so we really have to pay it any attention?