Air Pathways and Indoor Air Quality

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Air pathways are a key component of indoor air quality. Understanding and improving air pathways will greatly improve your indoor air quality. Understanding Air Pathways Air flow is created by pressure differentials.  Air flow always flows from higher relative pressure to lower relative pressure.  Air will flow through any available opening (pathway) in an attempt… Read more »

Improve Indoor Air Quality by Understanding Air Pressurization

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Several factors contribute to poor indoor air quality that can be easily controlled. Air pressurization greatly affects the indoor air quality of a home or building. Pressurization Air flow is created by pressure differentials.  Air flow always flows from higher relative pressure to lower relative pressure.  If more air is supplied to a room than… Read more »