6 ways using Air Conditioning units can help to reduce Covid-19 infection
The pandemic coronavirus infectious disease (COVID-19), caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) has affected our day-to-day life in many ways, and the effect
will change how we consume, how we learn, how we socialise, how we work and communicate for the foreseeable future. Whilst it is too early to assess the damage caused, one thing that is certain is that responsible companies will have to include new procedures and use technology to aid in the prevention of spreading of this virus and other future viruses.
One consequence of the Covid-19 outbreak is we now need to think about new ways of installing and using Air Conditioning (AC) systems, as well as the ways we will integrate them in the Home or Building Control System.
In this free whitepaper, HMS Industrial Networks shares some best practices or improvements we can all do in our systems integrations to help prevent Covid-19. The AC units and ventilation systems are difficult to change or improve without new equipment, but one of the advantages of modern home & building control systems is that we can improve the system, by programing new features without having to change any physical device, or in the scenario of an office that does not yet have a control system able to do this, it is cheaper and faster to install a control solution that can offer this level of adaptability, rather than change the Air Conditioning units
The full whitepaper can be found here.